Co-sleeping is a hotly debated topic between mothers and scholars alike. Should children and infants sleep with their parents or should they sleep in their own space? Many people believe that co-sleeping is vastly superior and has numerous benefits, short-term and long-term, while others believe that co-sleeping is dangerous. A large divide between those who are for co-sleeping and those who are against it comes from cultural differences in the Western world and everywhere else. I will be arguing that co-sleeping is natural and that parents should be encouraged to co-sleep with their children by pediatricians and parent educators. There are numerous benefits that come from co-sleeping that has been documented in cultures all over the world.
During my time at placement I was given the role of a Nursery Assistant; My duties were to plan and prepare activities for children, read stories, nappy change them, observe and make notes for use in their reports. I was also a key worker for one child, I had to monitor their progress and share information about their development with their parents and carers. The setting was a warm and welcoming environment, I found that all of the staff were very friendly and reassuring. The placement lasted for four weeks and I worked from Monday to Friday from 8:30AM to 5:30PM. On my first day I arrived at 10AM for my induction and was introduced by the manager of the setting to the other members of staff.
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. We can also support the children by creating a safe and welcoming environment, allowing them to feel comfortable to be able to talk to staff if they have any problems. The younger child, however can be supported by ensuring she has clean clothes when she comes into the setting, so that she is not comfortable. We could support all children and mum by monitoring the children's behaviour, learning and development more regularly, making it more efficient to act upon if something begins to slip, such as their development in health and self care. Within this case, it would be crucial to support self care skills by making activities to improve the children's knowledge on, for example the morning routine (getting dressed and brushing teeth for example).
In this situation I would not want to shut down any of my community based organizations. Knowing that the closure would lead to loss of jobs and affect the community as a whole. For starters I would look over our budget to see if there where any areas that I could possibly cut cost or do without. Going by a budget can also help you minimize risk for future obstacles. By eliminating unnecessary cost hopefully will increase funding so that layoffs will not be my only option. Other options that I would consider is cutting hours during the slow hours of the day.
I am working on the 2.03 assignment. I am having some difficulties and was wondering if you would be able to help me. I choose the Federalist side and only have my introduction completed. I am having some difficulties explaining the two sides. If yuo could please help me so that I could move on with the rest of the needed compleed assignements.
This piece of work will be focusing on a child aged 18 months starting a nursery day care setting. The two key issues that will be looked at in this assignment will be planning, preparing and reviewing for the child to settling into the setting. Secondly I will be looking into the child’s emotional support that the child may need when starting the setting, along with the attachments of the child that will need to be built or have already been put in place.
Measuring outcomes is a vital element proceeding evidence-based intervention measures because it ensures that the intended purpose of the interventions has been met. To certain that a program is effective requires evaluation, which is supported by the strength and reliability of the proposed intervention. The goal of implementing the intervention: The Beat diabetes and new leaf for AA programs aimed at reducing the incidence rate of diabetes as indicators of positive outcomes that the preventive measures are effective (Ricci-Cabello, et. al., 2013). The principal evaluation measures for AA at risk for T2DM with the new leaf intervention program will be an improvement of hemoglobin (Hg) A.1c measure (below 6.5%),
When presented with a list of seven items, the student will compare the value of seven items on a grocery list while spending less than $15.00 referencing whether or not the items are needs or wants. They will obtain only the necessary materials and recording the completion at 85% accuracy, across ten consecutive sessions.
Calories are defined as the energy required to fuel our bodies. The foods we eat all contain calories needed to sustain my everyday energy levels. As a moderately active student, my recommended average intake of calories is 2400 per day, whereas during the project my average daily intake was 1280 calories per day leaving me at a deficit of 1120 calories.
Customer satisfaction is an abstract concept where that involves factors like the products quality and quality of service and the locations atmosphere where the products are being purchased, and whether the prices are suitable for the products or service. Businesses uses customer satisfaction survey to find out whether the customers are satisfied with the services and the products of the company.
Logos means the message itself or the clarity of the argument. Ethos means the writer or speaker of the message and how his or her personality affects the expression of the message. Pathos means the audiences of the message and what their assumptions or beliefs are. Paying attention to pathos will enable the writer to set up sounding arguments. Kairos means the timing of the argument. Expressing messages under different time and different location will result in different effects.
It is very important to establish a routine as an early year practitioner. Routines will support the physical care needs of children. It should provide a predictable and well-ordered environment, children know what to expect. They are comforting and provide regularity, especially for babies as they enable them to adjust to their own body rhythms. For toddlers, routines provide security and they are a way of teaching children about how to look after themselves. The predictability of routines helps to reduce anxiety and the child can develop self-control.