They can quickly fall behind from peers of the same age. They may find it difficult to interact and make friends with others who are more advanced. They may struggle with intellectual development memory and concentration. Delayed speech development A child who has limited or no speech could be a cause great concern. This would affect a child’s social and communication development as he/she would find it difficult to listen and speak to peers staff and carers this could also affect their behaviour possibly becoming frustrated and quite angry Whatever concern you have about a Childs development in any area, you should always share it with others.
An emotional transition for a child could be something such as a family pet dying. This could affect them as they will be emotionally unstable due to the loss of their pet which could cause them to isolate themselves from future conversations about possibly buying a new pet or they could become depressed as they felt that the pet was a close friend whom they spoke to when they had any troubles. Physically they might suffer from a lack of sleep, no appetite or they could possibly self-harm. Physiologically they might change behaviour this can include uncooperative behaviour like slamming doors, staying out late or getting into trouble. Intellectual changes can include a lack of concentration, not joining in activities.
Their home environment may have to be adapted to suit their needs as well. The breakup of a family could have an effect on background and environment. As a result of the breakup he/she may be confused as to why it has happened show signs of emotional problems and lack in confidence. Having to live with separate parents and following different rules off each parent can be confusing the behaviour of the child could change as a result of this and he/she may try and play the parents off against one another. They may have to move house or even to another area which could be upsetting for the child.
Describe with examples how different aspects of development can affect one another; When it comes to different aspects of development there are many examples that can describe how it effects one another, some of these are as follows: If a child is less developed in reading, when it comes to children having reading time in groups, they may feel uncomfortable and unable to form friendships due to embarrassment and low self esteem. This will then affect their language and social development. This can cause the child to feel lonely and angry at themselves because they are not at the other children's level of learning. If a child doesn't like to share toys, this can cause a problem with social interaction as they will find it hard to form friendships. The other children will try to avoid the child that is unable to share, this can affect the emotional and social development of the child who is unwilling to share as they will feel lonely and neglected and even abandoned.
Insecurity can also mean fear of abandonment or fear of being replaced. Parents may also fear that questions or criticism will put their child at a disadvantage in school. However, in most cases, the provider is the secondary attachment for the child. Guilt is another emotion parents sometimes may feel because the parents are not there as much as they should be because of work or other obligations. 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.
They may also feel lonely. Having restricted or supervised contact may make the child feel angry at their parents, which could result in behaviour issues arising. They may feel they are unable to ‘connect’ with one of their parents – depending on the
This can cause the child to feel lonely and angry at themselves because they are not at the other children's level of learning. 2. If a child doesn't like to share toys, this can cause a problem with social interaction as they will find it hard to form friendships. The other children will try to avoid the child that is unable to share, this can affect the emotional and social development of the child who is unwilling to share as they will feel lonely and neglected and even abandoned. 3.
This could affect their ability to development or interact in social settings or in the classroom. Dyslexia; is a difficulty in learning to read. Children suffering from this may become frustrated and problems could arise at home or in school, behavioural problems could also be seen, as well as the child becoming unenthusiastic or disliking school. If dyslexia is undetected then this will affect their development at school and could spoil any chance of achievement. Physical disabilities could include: Cerebral palsy; cerebral palsy is a condition which affects the movement, posture and co-ordination of a person.
-disorientation : no sooner have children settled in one place and got to know a carer, they may be uprooted and have to face the same process again -a sense of loss : each time children and young people make a move, they lose the friends they have made and also the attachments they have formed with their carers -regression: reverting to behaviour usually shown by younger children .E.G. an older child might start to talk in a more ‘’babyish way’’ -depression : this may show in a number of ways : sadness, problems sleeping, crying and lack of
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