In relation to the title, children with additional needs may benefit from Early Support; EYPs can help the parents/carers to decide the best route for their child and plan the best support for the child. This leads the parents/carers to not only work in partnership with the EYPs but also with other professionals in order to give their child the best support for them to develop. According to ‘Working Together to Safeguard Children’ , “Providing early help is more effective in promoting the welfare of children than reacting later. Early help means providing support as soon as a problem emerges, at any point in a child’s life, from the foundation years through to the teenage years.” Through working in partnership the EYPs can give the child the best support they need in order to thrive in their learning and
The child has learned through interaction with the mother that she will provide and protect her young. The child becomes fearful of how will these basic needs be provided in her absence. The child does not feel secure. Bowlby provides a distinction between feeling secure and feeling safe, in his writings. Feeling secure is how one feels in the world.
The process of attachment starts very early in life. It is an intense emotional connection between the infant and their caregiver who, most of the time, is the mother. It is a bond that ties them together and helps the baby experience pleasure, joy, safety, and comfort. The Attachment theory shows that a primary caregiver is necessary for the growth of the infant. The primary caregiver influences the infant and helps their development, such as being able to figure out how to deal with certain situations, develop relationships, and being able to understand themselves.
People wanting to become parents should adopt to provide a loving home to children who have emotional or physical challenges, The adoptees get to have family of their own if they couldn't have children themselves, and to help birth parents who are unable to provide for their child. First of all, People who want to become parents give children who have emotional or physical challenges a proper home, love and a stable environment to live in. Most children in foster care
The court, parents and carers should think about the child’s happiness and what the child wants to do in certain situations and circumstances. They should also consider the child’s emotional and educational needs which could be affected due to the decisions made; as well as thinking about their age and background information. They should consider the effect that any changes may have on the child and should consider any harm the child may have suffered or in the future is likely to suffer with their current guardian. They also need to consider if the parents have the ability and are capable of meeting the child’s physical, language, emotional, cognitive and social
A person who is happy may become complacent while one who is not content will push oneself to be better. Because life is good, a person may believe there is no reason to do so. (David) Forcing happiness on someone will not make him or her truly happy. A person may appear to be happy by putting on a smile, but a false sense of happiness cannot last.
If one would meet a new group of people and believe to be superior to them, it could hurt the potential friendship and partnership to be achieved. Holding on to their views is hurtful to ones chances of survival in a new, vague land. The best strategy for moving on is to hold to your beliefs, but not too tightly. There may come a time where the ways of old help your situation incredibly, or there may come a point where they no longer “hold water” as their use is no longer practical, but is a hindrance to your new way of life.
This is important to make sure that both the parents will be there to support the child. The child custody services will be there to help provide resources and information regarding where the other parent lives or where he works. The support service will also help in establishing paternity, if this is needed. This is needed to help establish child support obligation because without a child support order, collection will be hard to enforce. A legal process is needed, in cases like this, and the support service will be the front agency for
*I would explain self-esteem to someone as it being an everyday thought that would consist of self-worth and self-confidence. Worrying about what other people say will affect a person 's self-esteem negatively. 2. Discuss how a parent can help their child develop good social self-esteem.
The adaptation to different cultural or social environments can create specialization among one 's brain and personality; one should be around a safe community to ensure their future. The brain of a child becomes more specialized as they grow older. The surrounding to different environments influence their cognitive development : “Cognitive development fits itself to the social and cultural environment of the child. Yet although the plasticity of the developing child’s brain is remarkable, equally remarkable is the similarity in cognitive development that is found across cultures and social contexts” (“Development”). Cognitive development is exhibited when children adapt to their surroundings and environment; through one’s surroundings, they can acquire different intelligence or learning behavior.
But, if a person is assumed to be better than they really are, there might not be such a rush to change their minds. The reaction also depends on the person. While some people are very bothered by what people say and think of them, others couldn’t care less. In addition, while this could increase motivation in one person, it could also decrease motivation in all aspects of life for
The childminder need to develop reliable warm, affectionate relationship with children particularly babies, but they should not look for replace the parents. Babies require being with same people to develop social relationship. This is why EYFS require early yearâ€TMs settings and schools to implement a key person system. Parents and the childminder have something in common, they all want best for the children. The roles engaged are not the same but they are complementary.
Such attachment theories have moulded practise within daily childcare and school settings, also within social care
In the case of children, how parents, teachers or other significant people in their environment can help those children. Although during this phase psychologists have ideally drawn reasonable explanations regarding the nature and the causes of the problem; it is important to also include the strengths that the child has. This could be useful when developing an intervention plan. Depending of the main features of the problem (i.e. behavioural, physiological reactions, or cognitive) the focus of the treatment can be modified to suit each child.
Relationship between Sternberg's triangular theory of love and types of adult attachment Love and Attachment According to Sternberg, the triangular theory of love points out that love can be assumed to be a function of three components that metaphorically can be viewed as forming three vertices of a triangle. The characteristics of love, according to this theory and with regards to the three components, lies within the context of interpersonal relationships (Madey & Rodgers, 2009). The three components of love include; Intimacy It comprises the spirits of bondedness, familiarity and connectedness that one is subject to experience in loving relationships.