ommunication Describe the expected pattern of children and young peoples communication development from birth to nineteen years. Communication development it anything to do with our speech and language development, the way we interact with the world around us, gather information, social awareness of situations and how to conduct ourselves when building relationships, among other things. Birth - 4 Months: • Coos, then babbles. These first sounds, apart from crying are intentionally made to show pleasure. Crying with different tones and intensities communicates a need or unhappiness.
* Makes eye contact * May move their eyes towards the direction of sound * Responds to sounds, especially familiar voices. | 3 months | * Baby can imitate low or high pitched sounds. * Knows the smell of their mum from that of others. * Recognises differing speech sounds | * Baby will stay awake for longer periods. * Will fix eyes on mum’s face when feeding.
There are many barriers in communication, speaking a different language may need a translator, they may have a hearing impairment, so a hearing aid or loop system must be used. Illnesses can cause a barrier, these can cause confusion and mistakes to be made. Sight impairments, this is where computers and braille boards can be useful. 3.3 Explain how to overcome barriers to communication. You can overcome barriers by building a good relationship with the individuals, listen to them and respond appropriately with good body language and eye contact, make them feel at ease with you, understand their needs.
Unit 201 Child and young person development From birth until 19 years of age children and young people will tend to exhibit certain similarities which have complied into a development plan. Although children and young people are different and have different experiences, they grow and develop in a similar way. Babies are usually born at 40 weeks, which is a full term pregnancy. At this early stage they show signs of recognition towards their mother, they know her voice and smell. They even know that if they cry it is a sign of distress which lets people know they need help.
When a child is born they are physically active they will be trying to lift their heads up kicking and waving their arms about. Being physically active will continue into adulthood. Between the ages of 0-3 years a child will learn and continue to learn physical things like lifting their head sitting up and crawling then walking and running. 0-9months a new born will sleep much of the time and will grow fast. They will be trying to lift there heads up and will be kicking and waving their arms about and will be becoming more alert.will now support their own head and will be rolling about they will beging to sit with support and will now start to use the Palmer grasp and pincer grasp.9-18 months they will now be holding a cup and trying to feed themselfs and will be more mobile climbing stairs with supervision but will need help to get back down.
0 to 3 years is a period of fast physical development. When born babies have very little control over their bodies. They have primitive reflexes such as sucking, grasping and rooting. Their head control is unsteady, but they will grasp at objects when they touch the palms of their hands. As they progress up to 12 months they will learn to watch movements of their own hands, they will be able to roll over, sit with support, sit without support, reach out for toys when sitting, and crawl or shuffle along the floor.
The first modality to be discussed is kinaesthetic, which represents our feeling system. People who are primarily kinaesthetic have a tendency to tune into other people’s emotions quickly, like to touch and experience things and rely on their “feelings” to assess situations. In terms of an induction this group of people may like words such as feel, warm, soft, smooth and touch. With eye accessing cues, these types of people tend to have eye movements down to the right and may have a softer, lower tone to their voice and breathe naturally from their abdomens. The second main modality is visual and these individual’s will have a tendency to visual daydreams and imagination, they will be good at imagining a picture or a scene in their mind.
2. Social and emotional development: At the initial months they will recognize their mothers face and voice; they enjoy playing with others and game like peak-boo. They will please adults and perform for the audience. They develop sense of identity. Some want to do everything themselves.
It may also occur as a result of human nature and our ability to learn from our environment. Human beings have a keen sense to adapt to their surroundings and this is what child development encompasses. Every child would struggle to find their culture and identity in child development. | Birth – 1 Month • Sleeps 20 hours a day • Crying – main form of communication (fosters early interaction) • Begins to have distinct facial expressions • Moves around more • Focuses both eyes together • Can detect smells • Sensitive to touch • Uses reflexes • Focuses on source of sound | | 2 – 3 Months • Visual and oral exploration • Cries, coos, and grunts • Emotional distress • Smiles at a face (social smiling) • Imitates some movements and facial expressions • Begins to realize he/she is a separate person from others • Can be comforted by a familiar adult • Can respond positively to