CHCCN302A. Provide Care for Children Assignment 1: Off the job Read the following case study and describe how you would plan to meet the emotional needs of Max within the childcare service. Max • Aged 3 and a half years • Attendance pattern: Five days per week, he only commenced two weeks ago • Family: Two parents, no siblings. • Other information: • Floppy teddy bear accompanies Max to care each day and is used at rest time • Limited friendships amongst peers • Quiet and often withdrawn uses aggression to initiate contact with other children - has difficulty initiating play • Has developed a strong friendship with Jesse (neighbour). Scenario Max's parents are concerned about his socialisation and that is one of the reasons he is in care five days per week.
My parents have always dreamt of providing their children with the best education, security, and moral values. As I grew up, these values were gradually instilled within me. During my middle school years, I can remember how strict my parent’s values had gotten towards my education. I was not able to do certain things many young kids would do such as staying after school for extracurricular activities, hanging out with friends, etc. While my friends spent their weekends hanging out and going to the movies, I was at home studying.
Aunt May and her Uncle Ob took her in as a daughter when she was six. Before then they used to pass her around the family like a chore. Summer is now scared that something’s wrong with Ob. Ob doesn’t feel like living no more. Suddenly in the garden Ob feels like May is around him and gets a strong vibe.
I do not remember a time as a young child that I did not have my bear. According to my mother I had the bear since I was born.Its role in my childhood was significant. I feel very satisfied in playing with it.It gave me a total feeling of comfort.But now that teddy bear donot have any worth in my life and I don’t even remember where it is now. As a child I had a lot of free time during which I would play with the neighbour’s children. I always knew when play time was over because my Mother would call me into the house when the sun began to set but now playing with them has no meaning to me infact I take them to have shopping with me.
Childhood Family Tradition My family is always searching for more traditions to add into our life. Every holiday consists of many fun and corny traditions. We’ve built all these traditions from our innocent childhood days. One memory that has always lingered in the back of my head was Saturday nights at my dad’s house consisting of ice cream, Blockbuster, and the nearby park. My sister and I spent every weekend at our father’s house.
The day I decided to become visible! 9/24/11 Audience and Purpose: My Peers and how I have come to the ABP Revised Draft I remember the days when I was so shy, very timid, bit of a wallflower and content to stay in the background shadows. My youngest memories are of being a young girl of six years old. I was living with my parental grandparents but it was only supposed to be there for a short time but as fate would have it, it lasted for years, three and a half to be exact. The time at my grandparents was anything but happy.
We would argue, pick on each other, and gang up like siblings do, but at the end of the day we always had each others backs. Although all of our parents had nice campers with comfy beds we choose to spend most of our nights sleeping in tents. This gave us a sense of freedom and independence as children. We would stay up late talking and laughing and trying to scare each other. Camping allowed me to spend time and get closer with my family.
I was a single parent for 15 years, and always joked with my children that I would be happy when they went away to college because it would finally be time for me. How foolish I was! When my daughter went away to college I was excited and happy for her. I still had my son at home, so I was able to focus on him during his senior year of high school. But that all changed when it was his turn to go to college.
Gundersheimer’s mother gave him family album, and it was valuable gift, but it flooded his mind with memories that related to album pictures. Gundersheimer’s mother put all the memories of her son’s life from infancy through high school and, she mentioned brief memories about her life and her parents. Gundersheimer was looking for the missing memories from the family album, and he was wondering why those memories missed. After reading the secret power of things we hold dear, by Sherry Turkle, Plastic by Anwar F. Accawi and A mother's secret by Werner Gundersheimer, I have found that they stated the objects are part of our identities and we should restore the missing memories and keep them safe from being lost again. Also, I have found that Gundersheimer and Turkle have many of similarities.
I’d never have been giving this party” (10). After lamenting on her mistake, Auntie Mame happily embraces her nephew and kisses him, thus giving him the reassurance that he is safe. Auntie Mame is also very proud to have her nephew around, as she goes around introducing him to her guests. Her pride is apparent from her statement that “This is my brother’s son and now he’s going to be my little boy” (13). After formally welcoming Patrick into her home, auntie Mame apologizes for her mistake and promises him that they would talk more the following day.