Unit 343 1.1 Health & Social Children and Young People

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Outcome 1.1 Age | Physical | Communication and intellectual | Social, emotional and behavioural | NewbornBy three months | When sitting head will fall forwards and the posture is more unfurled, Gazes attentively at faces, particularly when being fed or talked to. By three months babies will be far more alert and can turn side to back, lift head and chest from the floor, arms and can be waved and brought together. The baby will engage in hand and finger play, can hold objects such as a rattle briefly before dropping. | The whole process of communication is through sounds and crying, they will also start to communicate through physical closeness. The baby will begin to coo and gurgle in response to interaction from carer. Bt three months the baby will recognise and link familiar sounds such as the face and voice of a carer, will try to have a conversation with the carer and imitate high and low sounds, will aslo return and give smiles. | Smiles from about 5 weeks, begins to respond to familiar sounds, engaged by peoples faces and by three months starts to discover what she/he can do and this creates a sense of self. If the primary carer leaves the room baby may cry not yet understanding that person exists and will come back. Shows feelings such as excitement and fear, reacts positively to a carer who is kind and southing if a carer does not respond to a baby, the baby may stop trying to interact. | 3-6 months | Turns from front to back. Can hold head in central position, head can still drop but back is straighter. By six months they can turn from from to back to front and may do reverse. Sit unsupported for some time, use hands to play with feel and may put them in the mouth. | Will hold conversation with carers, return smiles when talked to and wait for a response, will use sounds to call and get carers attention, rhythm and volume explored vocally. Enjoys rhymes

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