When the parent responds to the baby’s cries, the baby learns how to control his or her emotions and to calm him/herself down
Intellectual Development: Babies use their mouth and hands to recognise familiar people and objects. Language Development: Baby will make a lot of noises, often happy sounds and when they are distressed and upset they need to hear a familiar sound such as a mums voice.
Each child’s physical, social, emotional, and intellectual and language development will be looked at through age stages. All of these categories are as important as each other and can each have a substantial impact on the child’s full adult potential.
| Checklist of development | Record of child’s abilities within a development book | Good way of seeing where the child is with their development – do they need encouragement in a certain area?
Understanding the expected development for children and young persons from birth to 19? Explain the sequence and rate of development from birth to 19 years:- Emotional and social development Emotional development is the expected pattern of a Childs ability to feel and express and increa vsing range of emotions. Social and behavioural
The physical development of a baby in its first six months of life shows limited range of movement but the beginnings of an ability to respond to stimulus around them. They show their reaction to people, sounds and movement by turning their head toward whatever attracts their attention. They will watch an adult’s face whilst feeding, but have already begun to shows signs of recognition as they will smile when familiar people are around them either because they can see them
* Whether they are interested, compliant and accepting or not. 1.2 – Assess a child or young person’s development in following areas :- physical, communication, intellectual/ cognitive, social, emotional and behavioural and moral.
* Physical Development * Communication and Intellectual development * Social , emotional and behavioural development A child’s development can be measured through physical and language milestones, intellectual, emotional and social development.
It is an important part of a practitioner’s job to observe and assess children in order to establish where a child is at with regards to their development, health and well being and if they require extra support. The factors that need to be taken into account when assessing development are:
Assignment 005 Child and young person development Task A Table 1 Physical Development Age Range Description of the stage Impact on other development 0-3 months Head and eyes move together Kicks legs and waves arms As the babies begin to recognise people around them this has an impact on their emotional development as they can become distressed when people
Introduction Susie’s mother opened the door to let Molly, Susie’s babysitter, inside. Ten-month old Susie seemed happy to see Molly. Susie then observed her mother put her jacket on and Susie’s face turned from smiling to sad as she realized that her mother was going out. Molly had sat for Susie
On behalf of the early childhood initiative to provide early intervention for those infants and toddlers experiencing difficulty, I thank you for your engagement and cooperation. This system is designed to “[help] eligible babies and toddlers learn the basic and brand-new skills that typically develop during the first three years
Observational study of parent-infant interaction Infants are a special cohort of a population in the society. Children between the ages of five months to two years are at a stage where they start familiarizing with their surroundings and have different reactions to situations. The surrounding where an infant grows greatly determines
The development of a child in the first year of life is extremely intense; in just 52 weeks’ an infant goes through major physical, cognitive and social and emotional developments.
• Since the 1950s, family developmental theory has been used to explain the Infant Developmental Tasks Infancy is far from what some have assumed – a time for rigidly and mechanically handling the baby because he seems to have so little capability as an adapting human being. The following developmental tasks are to be accomplished in infancy: