1.1 Explain why working in partnership with others is important for children and young people
You have to consider the parents. While you are trained to see the development barriers and recognize them, as parents they only see their baby. Continuously bringing up concerns or making suggestions could come off a little offensive. You should consider the condition of the child because his situation has a lot of unknowns. His well-being should be the top priority through the process. Most importantly, the child is aggressive and that is a sign that there is a bigger unknown issue. You have to handle the child with care and
safeguarding and welfare requirement for the EYFS this includes and entails, this gives details of the guidance available to childcare providers, this guidance is given to ensure that all children have their needs met to a high standard. this includes,; child protection and what we can do to protect the children in the care , suitable people includes those deemed appropriate to work with children by the requirements., staff qualifications what qualifications are needed to work with children , training what training staff need to help improve the standards of care and what support and training are available, key persons and what their responsibilities are to best help the Childs development , staff; child ratios and what the ratios are appropriate
3 Explain the main differences between communicating with adults and communicating with children and young people
As a parent you are in the best position to advocate for your child, and in order to do that you must be aware of what you can do to ensure that your child receives the services and accommodations she or he needs.
Every setting will have to make sure that the children are safe when entering the setting, leaving the setting. When children arrive to the setting, you will have to make sure that they enter the setting safely. When leaving the setting you as a early years practitioner has to check who is collecting the child. There even is a policy in every setting that is about parents and carers collecting their child. In this policy you must take the register so
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.
Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, more well-known as ADHD, is a disorder that affects 9% of children in the U.S. When left untreated, ADHD can lead the sufferer to be unable to cope in school or socially and possibly leads to depression. ADHD is a hyperactivity disorder with many symptoms that can be treated through therapy, emotional counselling, and use of medications.
The welfare of the child always comes first and being protected from any further harm or abuse is paramount. The child or young person has every right to receive the best care possible, this may be achieved by leaving the child in the home environment with appropriate level of support, it may involve a referral to social services or if the child is viewed to be in immediate danger then removal from the family home may be appropriate. It would be the rights of the child or young person to be kept safe and to be protected from
-Staff responsibilities-does a keyperson system operate to support your children? How do you monitor, check children’s language needs and act in consequence if there are any issues regarding it
We warn you for making anyding public or for notify the Polise the child is in gut care.
When there is a custody dispute between parents regarding a child, the court system is more likely to make a decision that is more cautious if there is belief that the kid could be living in dangerous conditions. If you can somehow prove to the court that they are in danger, it will be easy to convince a judge to change existing rules regarding custody.
Froebel’s theory is linked to working with parents as he believed when children are in education and developing the parents should be closely involved (Pound 2006). This means the parents are a main part of their education as well as the practitioners. Also if the families have a negative attitude towards the setting by involving them and sharing information with them it could make them think more positive about the setting and feel comfortable when talking to practitioners. In my setting the staff have an open door policy so that parents have the opportunity to come into the setting and see how their child is getting on in the setting. As my setting is a flying start setting the children don’t do much work as play is the main focus so when parents come in to see how their child is getting on its mainly to see how they are communicating with children and staff and how they are behaving when in the setting. Also in my setting the children have log books which are books the children take home on a Friday to do an activity with their parents over the weekend. The activities in the book are often coloring
During the early 1960s, psychologist Diana Baumrind did a study on more than 100 preschool-age children (Baumrind, 1967) and discovered convincing association between parenting styles and the effects these styles have on children. She has termed four types of parenting styles: Authoritarian Parenting, Authoritative Parenting, Permissive Parenting & Uninvolved Parenting.
Within the industry of sports therapy, consideration must be made with regards to the professional standards and code of conduct to protect both the client and the Sports therapist.