The case manager who contacts you doesn't know Maria and her family very well and doesn't provide you with much information about the family and their needs. 1. How would you communicate in a way that enhances a person-centred approach when you visit Maria and her family for the first time? (2) 2. What workplace protocols should you consider when collecting and documenting information about Maria and her family?
Between the ages of 0 – 3 years children can attended either privately owned or government owned day nurseries separate from all schools, but still monitored by OFSTED (The Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills). There is a charge for your child to attend nursery at this age. From the age 3 – 5 children are eligible to 5 funded sessions of around 2.5 hours of pre-school education a week. Depending on the education provider depends how this is distributed. A lot of schools have morning or afternoon session to cope with the demand.
Childminders, Look after children under 12 in the childminder's own home. They can look after up tp six children under eight years old, although no more than three of them must be aged under five. Children develope quickly in the early years and every child deserves the best possible start in life. The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) statutory framework set the standards that all early years providers must meet to ensure that children learn and develop well and are kept heathy and safe and ensure that children have the knowledge and skills they need to start school. The framwork for under five years old have seven areas of
How does it reflect the scope and purpose of the sector Nursery A nursery tends to be for working families as they take children from six months till five years and run sessions between 7am and 6pm. They follow the EYFS to ensure that each child has an individual approach to their learning and development. Nurseries will work along the parents to keep a similar routine as home within the setting and all the child’s needs are meet. These settings are Ofsted registered and follow government guidelines. Childminder A child minder is similar to a nursery in that they can offer long hours for working families.
But now children are being raised by technology, less family orientations, and more lectures versus physical discipline. Everything has evolved in some way or another but listed below talking with a great grandmother age 83, grandmother age 64, and single mother of age 36 I was able to get their views on the following parenting practices in their households. | Generation 1: Years children were raised (1932-2015) | Generation 2: Years(1951-2015) | Generation 3: Years(1979-2015) | Parenting Practice 1: Education | Medium – low Standards | Medium Standards | High Standards | Parenting Practice 2:Discipline | High Standards | High Standards | Medium Standards | Parenting Practice 3:Birth control | Low standards | Medium Standards | High Standards | Parenting Practice 4:Breast feeding | High Standards | High Standards | Medium-Low Standards | All three generations has different standards for education, it wasn’t considered as important versus working and being a caregiver for the home. Even later on the roles of teens and adults with education was more focused on finding stable employment and marrying young. Although education was seen as a vast improvement from my great grandmother only going as far middle school, my mother going as far as high school, and myself going as far as college.
In some cases infants and juniors may be completely separate school or even in the same building but with a separate head teacher to the juniors. Some school have the infants and juniors in two parts of the building but all under the same roof and with the same head teacher. Local authorities are required to provide by law all children with a school place no later than the stat of the term after their fifth birthday.
Sarah Richards Mr. McKnight English 101 Period 1 10 February 2012 Effects of Foster Care Kids who spend their whole life living in foster homes are put there because their parents won’t sign their right as a parent off. The time that the kid has been taken from his or her parent or guardian should be limited to at least two years. “The child welfare system aims to protect children thought to be abused or neglected by their parents or guardians. Over two million children are investigated for child abuse and neglect every year in the United States alone, and roughly half are found to have been abused (“Breaking”).” Approximately 10 percent of these abused children will be placed in protective custody known as foster care. Foster care is meant to be a temporary arrangement, though children stay in care for an average of two years, and there are currently over five hundred thousand children in care.
My life Journey Djamila Lopes PSY 202 Adult Development and Life Assessment Kristen Allen September 24, 2012 I- What things do you remember about your childhood? A) Parents fighting/ divorced B) Mom having a hard time raising 2 kids on her own C) Lived with grandmother and father because mom moved to different country to get a better life for us and Worked 3 jobs D) Moved to a different country E) Mom always pushed me and my brother to go to school to get a better education II- What jobs have you had in your life? A) KFC cashier/ manager B) Direct TV dispatcher/ stressful C) Cardinal Cushing Center Direct care staff/ teachers assistant III- What are your personal, professional, and academic goals? A) Be a role model for my kids and show them the importance of school. B) Become a Clinical therapist for special ED C) Get my psychology degree My life journey When I graduated high school in 2004, I was looking forward in going to college and getting my college degree in criminal justice but sometimes in life plans don’t always go accordingly.
Know the structure of education from early years to post-compulsory education. 1A. Summarise entitlement and provision for early year’s education. As part of the Every Child Matters and Childcare 2006 acts, it became an entitlement for every 3 (the term after the turn 3) to 4 year old to receive 15 hours per week for 38 weeks a year. There are different types of childcare options available for 0-5 year olds, these include: • Sure Start Children’s Centre: Working with parent’s right from the birth of their child, providing early years education for children, full day care, short-term care, health and family support, parenting advice as well as training and employment advice.
• Day Nurseries Such as Bishop Auckland College: Based in workplaces and run by businesses or voluntary groups providing care and learning activities for children from birth to five years old. • Child-minders: Look after children under 12 in the child-minder’s own home. They can look after up to six children under eight years old, although no more than three of them must be under the age of five. Since 2004 all children in the UK aged three and four years old have been entitled to free places at nursery or another preschool setting (including child-minders). From 1st September 2010 the Government extended these hours from 12.5 to 15 hours for up to 38 weeks of the year.