A good approach in becoming a good parent/guardian to the children is being an authoritative parent. Authoritative parenting helps the child become emotionally stable by providing them with care especially from the family. Authoritative parentings are those parents who set rules and regulations to be follow by the children, whoever they allow some exceptions to the given rules. Authoritative parents tend to use consequences instead of punishments. They also use more positive consequences to reinforce good behaviours and may be more willing to use reward systems and
They teach skills to gain social support and make friends, helping the child learn ways to resolve conflicts, reach compromises and find common play activities, and empathize with distressed peers and siblings. The parent is likely to be non-defensive and self-aware, and have good
The aim of the training is with an enhanced understanding parents can develop their parenting choices where needed. Through this, I was able to obtain a better understanding of attachment theory and the important part that interpersonal skills play when it comes to children forming an attachment with a
Parents know their own child best and the childminder have a general knowledge of childâ€TMs developments. Between parents, childminders and the child, if the child is going to expand well, together they must trust and respect each other. Occasionally, parents may have had dreadful experiences during their education so when their child unites with a particular group setting, all of those previous memories may return. Due to
Explain the importance to children’s holistic development of Speech, language and communication This development is important for children’s holistic development as this will help the children to socialise and help them express what they like and need, this will get them to have more sense about the world. If the child can communicate this will help them with their confident and self-esteem levels as they can talk about how they feel.it is important for children to use their own language skills and not to listen to other all the time and this could put their development back. Adults should praise children a lot so they have the encouragement try new things but it is important you adults to give them feedback so that they can learn from right and wrong.
By encouraging, the involvement of the involvement of the caregiver to be present and involved with the care helps the child cope better with the overall situation. By involving, the caregivers in the decision making will help the nurse know better how to care for child as an individual because of the added advice and understanding of the childs’ personal needs (Potts & Mandelco,
If the foster system could recognize the issues it faces, perhaps it would be able to operate more efficiently. Perhaps one solution to this problem is to provide a transitioning program and offer counseling sessions to better support mental health and emotional stability. To better help these foster children, they need to feel supported
This article breaks downs common diagnosis such as adjustment disorder and conduct disorder and explains different approaches to counseling children and working with families such as brief family consultation, solution-focused family counseling and strategic family therapy. Having an understanding of these types of approaches is of value to my training as a helping professional, especially when I reach my competency in working with children and
The way the researcher puts it, resilience is the ability of a person to recover after a given stress or problem. Like any other people, children at their age also have the ability to recover and become alright after a stress or a problem with the help of self-acquired skills or his social institutions. According to Purisima (2011), resiliency is a personality trait affected by external factors. The result of low resistance to stress, loss and adversities in life is a problem affecting the normal functioning and limits the potential of a student.
Work with him or her in ways that honor his or her needs of feeling important. First build a positive teacher-student relationship. Even though the child is misbehaving let the child feel you still care about them, include them in activities, and recognize their success. Secondly, reinforce progress and effort. Let the child hear when they are doing good and improving.
When a child is going through a difficult time such as a family break up it is important to put the child’s needs first because if you don’t the child may not be able to achieve their full potential. A way to do this is by having a child centred practice and planning around a child, so that the routine fits around the child and their individual needs are planned for. In my placement the practitioners would plan out what they are going to do, while making sure individual needs are taken into consideration. It is important to work closely with other professionals when planning for transitions because they would be able to help provide the appropriate support the child will need, this can be done by working in partnership with professionals that can help with that transition and coming up with a plan or routine to follow to support the child.
When supporting children individually, you can ensure you give tailored support specific for that child’s needs instead of having to consider the needs of others. It is an ideal situation to be in but sadly it is often an unrealistic one. Therefore it is important to plan and prepare for such events to ensure you can get the most out of the session. Before you aim to support a child in this way, you must first get to know the child, their likes/dislikes, any special requirements/IEP’s/SEN’s etc. A brief conversation with their parent or carer or, if that is not possible, their class teacher, can provide you with the right information if the right questions are asked.
1. What are some of the issues this family is facing prior to making a transition decision? After reading the case study charity seems to struggle with the process of switching over to solid foods. Although Charity does well with transitioning around others and peers, her parents seem to have a hard time with the transition process.
Case Study 2 As a setting it is our responsibility to note down all events seen, including the date, time and where it took place. It is also important to monitor this, seeing if the child comes to the nursery like this often, or on particular days. It is our duty to safeguard the child and if we feel that they are being 'neglected' we have the right to report it. However, we could support the mother by having an informal meeting, talking about any issues that she may be having.
1. You have been instructed of the great importance of using evidence based practice in everyday treatment. Give one example of an evidence-based intervention that you have used thus far. How did you make this intervention occupation-based, as well? If you don't feel that this applies to your FW rotation thus far, why not?