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Make A Wish Foundation

Imagine the joy of finally becoming a parent. All the time, effort and dreams created with each new life. Imagine holding that perfect bundle of joy in your hands and looking into those eyes; seeing all the possibilities and future dreams in that one tiny gift God has given you. Imagine now those same eyes, […]

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Develop professional relationships with children, young people and adults

1.3 Making choices is like any other skill. Unless it is practiced, it will not develop. The choices given should match the skill level of the child. For instance, you might ask whether a child wants to use the puzzles or the blocks. If the child chooses to use the clay instead of either of […]

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Gone Baby Gone – Child Neglect

Child neglect is the failure to provide a child with basic needs. Child neglect is a form of maltreatment that is usually done to children by their parents or caregivers. “Child neglect is a term used most often to encompass parents’ or caretakers’ failure to provide basic physical health care, supervision, nutrition, personal hygiene, emotional […]

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The Difficult Child

The difficult child is the child who is unhappy. He is at war with himself and in consequence he is at war with the world. A difficult child is nearly always made difficult by wrong treatment at home. To bring up children and to handle them is a delicate matter. A child is learning all […]

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Childcare Cache

The unit (the development from conception to 16 years) will help me to understand all the types of development that children will go through during this time on a day to day basis. It will also begin to teach me about a variety of different theorists, what their theories are and how they work with […]

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The Resilient Child

Resiliency is tied to the ability to grow and develop continuously despite the adversities presented by this life; the ability to live through every day, despite the harsh life that brings forth fear and uncertainties in life. This ability is developed through nurture. Adults who expect children to overcome life difficulties are the enabling hand […]

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Childhood and Normal Assessment Findings

Potential Problems: If chosen diet by the parents is not a healthy one it can lead to child being undernourished and having poor dietary choices, also toddlers may not be open to try new food choices. Potential Problems: A child not aware of the need for hygiene or not compliant with the regimen as well […]

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A Letter to Children: Yourself is your wealth

Child, it is not necessary a bad thing if you want to be very rich when you are young. As long as there is something you desire, you will have the motivation to push your goals forward. Some people want to travel faraway, some want to look pretty, and some want to become a super […]

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Is child behavior better or worse than it was years ago

Children behaviors in the world we are living today are worse in behavior than the children of the past years. Children have turned to be violent towards their parents, their teacher and towards their fellow children. According to researches that have been conducted in the recent past it is estimated that there are more children […]

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Childcare Analysis

1.1Explain how to recognise and build on the strengths of a child or young person by giving different examples of positive strategies. Circle time allows children to build listening and attention skills and it allows a time in the day where children can communicate with one another. This strategy is to provide supported communication, allowing […]

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How Transitions May Affect Children and Young Peoples Behaviour and Development

As mentioned in question 3. 1 transitions are an essential part of a child and young persons development. These changes within a child or young persons life may be gradual or sudden. They present the child/young person with challenges which they must overcome. Transitions are stressful for children and young people, just as they are […]

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Describe The Roles Of Different

Schools have the responsibility to develop childrens awareness and their knowledge of what is acceptable and what is not acceptable behaviour, including when using the internet. Support and protect children who are identified as being at greater risk or are on the at risk register and provide professional training of all staff relating to safeguarding. […]

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Identify Current Legislation Guidlines Policis and Procedure for Safeguarding the Welfare of Children

Every Child Matters 2005: This was put into place to ensure all organisations and agencies invoved with children between birth and 19 years should work together to ensure that children have the support needed to be healthy, safe, enjoy and achieve and make a positive contribution and achieve economic well-being. Childrens Act 1989: Parents and […]

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Changing a Nappy Routine

When you change a child’s nappy you must make sure you have all the equipment around you so you don’t have to leave the child unattended while changing them for example you need a clean nappy, baby wipes, changing mat, sealable plastic bag to put the dirty nappy and wipes in, clean change of clothes […]

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Summerise the Main Development of a Child from Age Range 0-2 Years, 3-5 Years and 5-8 Years

Development refers to the process of learning new skills and abilities, and acquiring emotional maturity. All development changes are the result of both genetic and environmental factors. Genetic factors and diet are in the main responsible for growth, whereas environmental factors such as quality of the diet and disease are responsible for the emotional growth. […]

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Describe with examples aspects of development

There are many examples that can describe how different aspects of development can affect one another. Most of the time one aspect will lead to another and for example playing hide – and – seek will require all of the areas of development. A child needs to run to a hiding place or walking to […]

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Death without Weeping

Chronic child sickness takes on several types and can be classified as chronic child sickness and acute child sickness. Chronic child sickness refers to those who were born as weak and malnourished infants. These infants exhibit a sense of lethargy bordering on stuporous and have no force of life within them. As opposed to their […]

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Outline and evaluate research into the effect of failure to form attachment

Privation is the failure to form attachment. It occurs when a child has no opportunity to form a relationship with a parental figure, or when such relationship is distorted, due to their treatment. It is different to deprivation, which occurs when an established relationship is severed. It is understood that privation can produce social, emotional, […]

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Child labor in Philippines

Millions of children in the Philippines are forced to work at young ages. Child labor is one of the Philippines’ most urgent problems and stems from a range of social factors. Unless something is done, the issue of child labor will continue to affect the lives of many families across the country. Dangerous Work Conditions […]

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Explain the term child protection within the wider context of Safeguarding

Explain the term child protection within the wider context of Safeguarding: Child protection is a part of safeguarding and promoting welfare. It refers to the activity that is undertaken to protect specific children who are suffering, or are likely to suffer, significant harm. Effective child protection is essential as part of wider work to safeguard […]

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Maria Montessori and The Child’s Senses

1.Introduction The first tool that a child knows how to use is his own senses. Even before a baby is born, he is able to hear the voice of his mother when she speaks and when he arrives to our world; he knows when she is in the same room because he is able to […]

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Psychology child development

1. Evaluate Paiget’s theory of child development? Jean Piaget’s (1896 – 1980) theory of cognitive development during childhood was regarded as the major paradigm in which to understand the complex procedure of mental progression through different levels of thinking and understanding. One of the most important contributions that Piaget made, was to establish the fact […]

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