Recognising and Responding to concerns about Child Development Any concerns that staff may have about the development of children and young people should be reported. Recognising concern, allows staff /carers to intervene and help the child, and inform the parents of the concerns and possible solution for the problem. The quicker the issue is dealt with the better this is for the child’s development. Whereas if a problem is left unresolved or delayed, the more damaging this could be for the child’s development. Difficulty with reading and writing If a child is having problems with reading and writing this could cause concern.
Family life can be characterized as chaotic and uncertain. Structure and rules may be either nonexistent or inconsistent. Children, who may not understand that their parent’s behavior and mood is determined by the amount of alcohol or other drugs in their bloodstream, can feel confused and insecure. They love their parents and worry about them, and yet feel angry and hurt that their parents do not love
Parents are often show frustration at not being there and being able to help their children in addition to not getting to see them as much as the teachers do. Parents may be reluctant to express their concerns because of cultural beliefs related to the authoritative position of the teacher. Parents may also be unsure of how to express their concerns to the teachers. Research shows that parents provide a passionate feeling that is highly personalized and comes with a history and a future. During a power struggle between a parent and a child, you will see emotions seldom seen by two people.
Survived Have you ever doubted your ability to overcome barriers? This is a common dilemma that people face throughout their lives. Many people learn over time how to resolve the different issues they face. Susan Madera’s short essay, “One Voice,” talks about how she was in constant doubt about her ability to communicate with others. In the folktale, “The Bar of Gold,” the protagonist constantly worries about his ability to provide for his family.
An Evaluation of IUPUI Center for Young Children Kayla Bruen ENGL 111-1CH Ivy Tech Community College September 29, 2011 An Evaluation of IUPUI Center for Young Children Introduction When I was a child I never did like going to daycare, simply because I knew that child care providers would not treat me like my mother would. I have chosen to evaluate this center because I know people who have use this service. This evaluation will be useful to parents who are seeking child care on campus. I have interviewed two of my friends who are using this service. When I interviewed my friends I asked questions about the cleanliness, activities, hours, prices, and location.
If one is fortunate enough, their parents might choose to support their decision; yet, most teenagers suffer from the unfortunate event in which their parents feel the need to take control and lead their lives in another direction. The short story “Brother Dear,” is told from the perspective of a young girl named Sharlene. Her brother, Greg, is a university student visiting home. He has always had a different perspective from his father, which eventually caused them to developed issues with one another. This time around however, Greg has come back home to take a stand for his passions and beliefs once and for all.
Anne Tyler’s story, “Teenage Wasteland”, focuses on the complex relationships between parents and their adolescent children. Donny is going through a confusing time – his adolescent phrase, which is the most difficult time for both parents and children. Instead of taking responsibility for their child, Donny’s parents followed the school principal’s advice and hired the professional tutor, Cal, who carelessly took the parenting burden on himself. Donny’s mother, Daisy, had difficulty understanding what Donny’s problem was, whereas Danny felt pressure from his parents, teachers, and peers. Donny’s mother lacked self- confidence and cared more about what other people thought about her as a parent.
It also affects the relationship with other family members. Kids often distance themselves from everyone and do not include themselves in family activities. They feel no one could possible understand what they are going through. When it comes down to a relationship with the opposite sex, trust is often a big issue. Children many times also seek out a significant other that reminds them of their incarcerated parent to fill that void.
My Field Experience Jahalia M. Imes Methodist University Abstract Every year, hundreds of families with children make the decision that they no longer want to live together as a family. Other family transitions are often difficult and painful process such as separation, or divorce. It is not uncommon for families who are separating to need temporary assistance in arranging and carrying out visitation plans between children and parents. The Safe Havens Supervised Visitation Center provides families a safe, neutral and family-friendly environment to exchange and visit with their children. My Field Experience The goals of the center is to offer assistance to parents in maintaining contact with their children
I became a single-parent at the age of 17, being a young and wild teenager trying to keep up with my friends I got caught up. I had several choices but being raised by my grandmother, I knew abortion was not even an answer for me. I once thought about adoption but was determine to right my wrongs by being a woman raising a child that did not ask to be here. The sociological imagination (also called the sociological perspective) helps us to see how the larger social forces influence our personal lives (Hensley, 2011 Page 4). It is much more difficult for a single father or mother to be an effective parent than it is for a father and mother who are working together to rear their children.