Such impairment may result in a reduced capability and capacity for self-care, management, communication or mobility of the disabled person. Children with disabilities may also be understood as the definition stated in The Disability Act. Despite the ease with which is defined, children with disabilities not only suffer from some problems but also become a source the disturbance. In other words, children undergo the pain of growing and living with their disability, are treated differently by school and the society in general, and invite different responses from their families. Some children are even abandoned by their families while others are loved unconditionally.
1.4. Analyse how children’s learning and development can be affected by: Personal factors are a child’s genes which influence development and how the brain works. This influences a child’s personality, potential and health which will later be influenced by their environment • Influences before and at birth: genetics, maternal, diet etc. during pregnancy and birth itself can have problems due to the lack of oxygen (cord around the neck) and injuries during birth. • Encouragement: if children are not given the praise and encouragement they need, this will affect their relationships and friendships as they get older and they will have poor attachment this can develop into anxiety, depression and they will lack motivation.
Reasons for deviation should be stated and discussed. After that an action should be taken and a record of the action taken and the outcome should then be recorded and fed back to front-line staff. (21) weakness in the documentation system ,lack of record keeping standards, and lack of systems in place for recording, collating, analyzing, reporting and acting upon variances for children with CP are major barriers towards quality improvement regarding the process of care of children with CP in the studied
Hosogi, Okada, Fujii, Noguchi and Watanabe (2012) in their research emphasized children's self- esteem was affected by their environment either home or school and children with damaged self- esteem has higher chances of developing serious psychological and social problem. Based on this, it can be speculated that Eric problems in social interactions arise from his self- esteem problem. Not just that, Eric parents overindulgence making Eric become overly dependent on them causing him to have difficulties in completing simple task as he needs others to help him. Question
1.4 Communication Barriers As disorder is an individual learning and two people with the same disability can have various experiences, it is need to consider and enclose the common needs of impaired students into e-learning environments at the design, development and testing phases. Communication and language requirement is the keystone of educational programming for children who are impaired by Hearing and visually. Hearing and visual impaired intense degree limits access to replica of communication and language and to the general curriculum. Many children are struggle to develop symbolic communication who are congenitally Hearing and visual impaired, Children and adults who are congenitally Hearing and visual impaired with additional disabilities often interact in highly peculiar ways, including communicating via challenging behaviours. Disorder refers to physical or mental impairment to an individual which halt them from present participle their normal activities.
Parents’ divorce has both short- and long-term effects on children. Some short-term effects include (1) children might feel guilty or responsible for the divorce, (2) they may become increasingly aggressive, violent and/or uncooperative, lashing out at both parents, (3) may become emotionally needy out of fear of being abandoned, (4) may lose the ability to concentrate which could then affect academic performance, and (5) may develop intense feelings of grief and loss. Although many of the effects of divorce on children are short term after which they fade once the child has time to adjust to the new family situation and all the changes that have occurred, there are many cases where the effects may be long term. The children of divorced parents may be more likely to: (1) be less educated, (2) experience poverty and/or socio-economic disadvantage, (3) exhibit anti-social behaviour as well as other behavioural problems such as (4) suffer from drug and or alcohol addictions, and (5) experience separation and/or divorce
As suggested by Jones et al. (2016), gender stereotypes create a sense of estrangement from society through spiteful actions and rejection from peers and adults alike. Exposure to media (For example, television programmes, magazines and film), other children, family members and school staff aids children in their formation of identity (MacNaughton, 2000, p. 20). This in turn, can affect how curriculum experiences are presented in the classroom. Therefore, it is imperative for educators to understand that gender inequality, due to portrayed stereotypes, can be detrimental to a child’s developing identity (National Union of Teachers, 2013).
In a study conducted by Unianu (2011) on Teachers’ attitudes towards inclusive education, a possible reason for mainstream teachers having preconceived ideas on children with special needs is the fact that they may not know or identify the main characteristics of students who have different disabilities. Since they lack this ability, they need assistance and support from school professionals such as the school counselor and or school psychologist in order to help each child and create an educational activity that will effectively and efficiently help the child learn (Unianu, 2011). These are some of the reasons why issue like incapable and inadequate educators pose as a problem inside the classroom. Since these teachers are not qualified or trained to handle an integrated or inclusive classroom and the school may lack the necessary resources and services needed, both the learning of the regular students and the students with special needs will be disrupted. Aside from that, the safety of the students and the teacher will both be put at risk.
Should Children Be Punished Like Adults? Punishment means imposing a certain consequence in an individual due to a wrongdoing made by that individual. In other words, children who have been physically punished feel that they have paid for their misbehavior. Some people see that the punishment is a small part of the stage of discipline and education. However, many of them consider it an important way that warns children and allows them to know that their behavior is wrong, and that they have to remember not to repeat it.
Introduction: Orphan children, their care and development are almost neglected aspects of social development in India. Orphanages are treated as charity, when instead they should be administered as a necessity. The overall climate of orphan care, neglect of their holistic development, lack of nutritional support, absent social security and poor education facilities are some prominent and well known issues. However, the most fundamental issue is the utter neglect of their civil rights. And even graver is the obscurity that shrouds it.