The baby becomes more and more independent and creates many different attachments to different people. People who have responded to their needs, the infant’s signals etc. Those people are most likely their mothers, fathers, grandparents, siblings and neighbors. The key to a healthy relationship between the mother and her infant is to make sure that she responds to everyone of the infant 's needs so that the baby can trust her. Adults that value their relationship with their own parents will then use the sensitive caregiving techniques that helps secure attachments with their own infants.
In a child’s early years it is important that the early years setting mirrors the child’s home and home routine in order to make the child feel comfortable and safe. Through having regular discussions with the parent the parent can be informed on where the child is and should be in their development. According to early years careers  “If they see their parents are talking to
In order for this relationship to be positive and effective, the adult must incorporate warmth, acceptance, genuineness, empathy, and respect when interacting with the child. Incorporating these elements when interacting with children allows the child to feel safe within their environment,
The Children Act 1989 that was revised in 2004 explains the importance that parents play in a child’s life. The act states that children should remain with their parents at all times if possible in order to make sure that the child is kept safe and to make sure their welfare remains the most important thing. This act believes that children are cared for best when they are in the care of their biological parents however the act ensures that in certain circumstances where the biological parents are unable to provide care for the child, that the child will be cared for in the correct way by another family member or by a carer. The Children Act 1989 also believes that the child’s well-being, health and safety should be the main concern for parents,
It is very important to listen to the child even though it doesn 't make sense because that 's how you are building confidence and self esteem in him or her which will help him later with other peers. Developing healthy and effective relationships with children means they feel consent
When it comes to creating developmentally appropriate environments, as an infant or toddler caregiver it is important to be reflective and responsive to young children’s needs throughout the day. These areas include: health and safety, physical environment, Language and literacy, social emotional environment, Schedules and lesson plans, and parental involvement. As adults, we are in control of the setting, and therefore, have a great impact on each and every child’s learning process. Here’s an example using an infant and toddler classroom. This classroom is created for infant and toddler whom I believed is developmentally appropriate.
Government interference in these deaths and cases of abuse is often close to nil. DHS programs vary from state to state, and often time abusive parents are allowed to have their children back if they prove they are rehabilitated, even if the child doesn’t want to go back. Through personal experience, I know that the system often fails, even when the individual people within the system try their hardest. According to the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC), a London-based non-profit, the effects of childhood abuse extend far into adulthood in many ways. One way is through something called ‘revictimization’; many children who suffered abuse as a child will grow up to be abused again.
According to the textbook, childhood experiences can leave people at the risk of developing acute and posttraumatic stress disorders. The textbook goes on to mention that people who went through abuse, catastrophic at an early age and also those who were younger than 10 when parents got divorced. Also people whose family members have suffered from mental disorders may have an impact on them. As we know that social support is very important to the mental stability of an individual, and those who don’t have strong social supports in life are likely to develop acute or posttraumatic stress disorders in life after witnessing a traumatic event. All these factors are true for Kristine in this movie, since she has witnessed the divorce of her parents at the age of six, she has chances of developing acute or posttraumatic stress disorders, not only has she been through the separation of parents at an young age but also experienced the great abuse in her home by her Father, she comes from a unstable home environment, therefore, she never had a strong social support system.