Should babysitters be certified? Well yes, because good certified babysitters deal quickly with medical emergencies,they get to know the kids to prevent injuries,and lastly there are safety risks for your child when hiring an uncertified babysitter. Babysitters for any child should always be certified for the safety of the babysitter and child. A first advantage is they know how to be calm in emergencies. In most major emergencies the first thing a certified babysitter is going to do is call 911,but uncertified babysitters will probably hesitate or do something wrong.
When working with children in the school setting you will need to be aware of the different signs that a child may be being abused, the signs may include behavioural and physical changes, although you will need to do your best to make sure the child’s safety is being looked after in your care but you will need to look for possible signs that they are being mistreated while they are not in
Do you like to be in charge? If so then babysitting is right for you. When you are babysitting you feel like you are in charge of everything because most of the time the parents are out of the house and it is just you and the kids. I think two of the most challenging things to do while you are babysitting is one telling the kids no that they can’t have something or that they can’t do something that they want.
The textbook for this course, Infants, Toddlers, and Caregivers, is based on ten principles for child care that are outlined by researcher Magda Gerber in the 1970’s. The ten principles are based on a philosophy of respect. In addition to the ten principles, a caregiver should know the “Three-R’s” for interaction. The Three R’s are respectful, responsive and reciprocal.
Mr. Chris warren I what to be a babysitter. I have to be respectful, keep kids safe , make kids happy and make them asleep. I need to Work hard for 12 hours. I need to pass school and get diploma to get a job a babysitter. As a babysitter gets paid about $13.50 per hour.
The World Health Organization (WHO) defines child abuse as "all forms of physical and/or emotional ill-treatment, sexual abuse, neglect or negligent treatment or commercial or other exploitation, resulting in actual or potential harm to the child's health, survival, development or dignity in the context of a relationship of responsibility, trust or power." The World Health Organization distinguishes four types of child maltreatment: physical abuse; sexual abuse; emotional and psychological abuse; and neglect. It is important that people working in education are able to recognize the early signs of possible abuse - physical or emotional. I would like to discuss two forms of abuse including possible causes, signs and symptoms: - PHYSICAL ABUSE - Children who are physically abused suffer violence such as being hit,
Physical Abuse: Physical Abuse is categorized as harm inflicted on a child which is non-accidental. Physical abuse can range from hitting, punching, scratching, biting, kicking, throwing, stabbing, choking, throwing, being beaten with an object or having objects thrown at them or even burning. This kind of physical abuse is generally perpetrated by the parents, care givers or family members living in the house. According to our textbook "Any injury is considered abuse regardless of whether the caregiver intended to hurt the child (CWIGW, 2013)." Neglect: Neglect is the failure of a parent, caregiver or family member to provide the child with basic living needs.
b) Quality of child care practices and child nutrition In their study of childcare practices in Ghana, Nti and Lartey (2008:94) indicated that the quality of childcare practices is important for child nutrition. They assess the quality of childcare practices by considering household and personal hygiene practices, child immunization status, child dietary diversity and caregiver responsiveness. Nti and Lartey (2008:98) reported a significant correlation between good caregiver hygiene practices with child nutritional status and morbidity. Hygiene practices included child, mother and environmental cleanliness.
Bullying • Bullying is defined as: ‘Behaviour by an individual or group, repeated over time, that intentionally hurts another individual or group, either physically or emotionally’ • All members of the school community can be victims of bullying. Examples of bullying behaviours are: o Physical : Taking or hiding belongings o Verbal: Name-calling, teasing, insulting, writing or sending unkind notes or messages, including cyber-bullying o Emotional: Being intentionally unfriendly, excluding, unfriendly looks, spreading rumours o Cyber:
their kids is a debatable topic. Spanking can lead to long-term abuse as well as other side factors. Spanking should not be able be allowed based on the chain reaction that leads to physical, mental and emotional abuse, and also abandonment. The Healthy Place has stated “that one-third of children who have wIn today’s society parents being able to spankitnessed battering from their mother or father demonstrate significant behavioural and emotional problems”. If it excels from a simple spanking, it can turn into physical abuse.
All my life I knew that when I grew up I wanted to choose a profession that involved helping change lives. When I was in high school I heard about occupational therapy. I knew that was exactly what I wanted to do. To become an occupational therapist, you must have many traits. You must be able to communicate well.