There are some restrictions of children developing independence, one is if they are unprotected, and don't receive support and love from their family, another restriction is if they are pressured into meeting milestones for their age too early. Toddlers that are healthy will start to develop skills ,the skills will help them to become less dependent on their parents. They may try to dress and also feed themselves, and want to explore new things. Children are shown how to do tasks at home such as water the plants, and taught how to set the table up, this will help them to take responsibility and help out with other household jobs, if their parents show them and they learn from them. Children may also develop their independence at nursery, as they are older they will be able to go to the toilet themselves, and do things for themselves such as get their coat on.
There are times when a child is suffering from a non-infection illness. We as the primary caregivers need to look for signs and symptoms of such infectious and non-infectious illness among the kids and identify them correctly. If any contagious infection is found, the parents will be informed and will be requested to keep them at home so that the others are not infected. And even if it is a non-infectious illness, the parents need
Competency Statement 1: To establish a safe, healthy learning environment When you are an Early Childhood educator there are some key factors that you have to keep in mind: 1. Creating a safe environment and 2. Creating and instilling in your students and yourself a healthy environment. Safety to me is a very detrimental factor in Early Childhood, because when you deal with young children you always have to watch out for their well being as if they were your own. Those parents entrust you with the care of their most prized possession and expect the best from you as their guardian.
To build positive relationships with the children there are many things I personally would do to help myself and the child create a bond. When I interact with the child, I would always make sure I get down to the child’s level. In my room, you tend to find that you are always on the floor whether it’s sitting up to talk to the children or lying down trying to encourage those non-mobile babies to crawl! In the baby unit the child’s speech is mainly babbling and some simple sentences depending on the child’s age. Therefore when a child comes up and starts babbling to me, I wouldn’t ignore it, I would smile, and wait for the child to finish then I would begin talking back to the child or even copying the child.
safeguarding is that health practitioners and organisations work together and remain in contact but only discuss certain people that they are working with and only discuss certain aspects. This is important because miscommunication can lead to large discrepancies and can cause problems for the person if all aspects of their case are not informed and are up to date. One main principle when safeguarding children is to make sure that they are growing up in circumstances that allow them to feel safe and are given effective care. This is so children feel safe and comfortable in their home life so that they can flourish and grow up to fill their potential. (Care Quality Commission, 2018) We need safeguarding as a way to keep health practitioners within the legislation and so that they are giving all service users to best quality of care that they possibly can and safeguarding helps them to do this.
From birth a baby is reliant on their key carer to cater for all of their individual needs. It is important that a child receives the appropriate amount of rest and sleep as this allows them to re-energise whilst their brain activity is altering and their body is producing hormones to help them grow. If a child lacks sleep then they may be agitated, cuddly, crying, rubbing eyes or having tantrums. In a nursery the sleep and rest policy must be abided by. This states that the all children must lie on their back whilst sleeping, there must be no cot bumpers, the child must be placed in feet to foot position in a well-ventilated room, there should be no toys and the child must be checked at least every ten minutes.
Home reared kids will be very comfortable at home with their loved ones, but they will not obtain the quality daycare kids will. The government definitely helps families get good quality daycare for their child. Daycare should be a significant factor in the decision making because kids will benefit from all the activities the children participate in. By admitting your child to a daycare facility you are ensuring the education skills that will impact their future. Children also learn
LRE (Least Restrictive Environment): Picture: PAGE 2 QUESTION A & PAGE 5.1 STUDENT SUPPORTS The first example I have of LRE in Stacy’s IEP is in the ‘Consideration of Special Factors’ section, which ask whether or not Stacy’s disability causes her to have behavior that negatively impacts her or her peers learning in the general education classroom. The answer to this question for Stacy is no, which means she will be able to stay in her general education classroom, which will ultimately benefit her. Keeping Stacy in the regular classroom will keep her from feeling isolated and left out, and will also help her to continue to be social and keep her social skills where they need to be, while working on areas that she actually needs help with.
My experience in an elementary school has given me the chance for mutual learning and collaboration with non-health professionals within the broader context of the community. Through this experience, I’ve realized that it is important to address potential conflict triggers, as it can be detrimental for nursing students, as seen in my situation. Additionally, it is essential to overcome and address the barriers in order to establish successful interprofessional collaboration. By doing so, as an interprofessional team we will be able to enhance the quality of pediatric health in a school setting. Overall, I’ve learnt that working in interprofessional team has proven to have a positive impact on my learning by developing synergy between myself and health and non-health
When discussing a child’s needs or issues with other professionals, teaching assistant needs to maintain a respectful and sensitive approach. It is important to remember that the child’s family will often be experiencing concern and anxiety about their child’s additional needs, and while honest communication is important, this must be approached thoughtfully. -Helping other professionals to access the communication and interaction with a child’s family. In some instance,s child care professionals may be the first to identify concerns about an aspect of a child’s health, development or wellbeing. When this occurs, teaching assistant should help child care professionals who should communicate honestly and sensitively with the child’s family about their concerns or observations and, if appropriate, provide the family with practical guidance about how they might contact other professionals for further support or