All members of the staff must act as professionals while at work, especially with young children. The administrative and teaching staff must work together to ensure their practices are developmentally appropriate, and share new and/or creative ideas with one another. It is also the responsibility of a teacher to establish an open, trusting relationship with the parents of each children in their care. Thus, parents can freely communicate their thoughts, concerns, and/or suggestions about their child or the program. Parent satisfaction is something that every child care or development center should strive for.
In my job, I must be responsible be being respectful toward other people I am working with, be professional at all time. To be encouraging toward the children, to be organised and to show that I am interested in the children and their parent. To work with parent to ensure a safe environment for the children. Encourage creative and imaginative thinking in the children. Follow rules and guideline that have been set in place and to set an example to the children. Keep information confidential and away in a lock cupboard. Communicate and use correct
This means to ensure that data is shared with the customer and that every effort is made to ensure that the client is capable to understand the data. This includes provide obtained information, maintain identity and express and understand needs, fears and wishes. For example, that there was a disabled person in the nursery the staff would draw pictures or show him pictures for that person to understand. Another example is that say if the service user was from a different country and that he spoke a different language, the nursery would have an interpreter or a person who spoke that same language. This is also so that he doesn’t feel left out for being different. I know this by observing the children and seeing that they are comfortable with the staff members. Every day the children have a daily report which tells the parents what they do well and how much food they have eaten or event that they have made friends. They share information to the parents through parents’ evenings or reports, observations and learning journeys. In conclusion, this area of care values is being implemented as all the children communicate with
In my child care setting, I work hard to provide all children with a safe and healthy learning environment. I research and follow strict standards available from the state related to preventing and reducing injury and illness, helping children feel safe, following sound nutrition and fitness practices, and creating an enriching learning environment.
Context: Working a standard job can become overwhelming in itself. Conversely, when it comes to taking care of others in a health care setting, the desire and outlook should be the main qualification before being considered for the job.
Family and Children’s Agency is located in Norwalk, CT. The mission statement is to partner with individuals, families, organizations, and communities to help them realize life’s possibilities. The agency has more than 70 years of experience in the field of social work and human services. They offer programs to individuals throughout the life cycle, including children, families, youth, adults and seniors. I am an intern in the Maternal Outreach and Mentoring Service (MOMS) project and healthy start. This is a prevention program whose goal is to increase the number of healthy babies born through education and an ongoing, positive relationship with a “Mentor,” who provides support and is an
This helps practitioner’s work together for the welfare of children. It promotes the Every Child Matters outcomes to reinforcing how important it is for all child careers to work together.
My duties and responsibilities within my work role is to establish good working relationships with children and parents and to support all staff and engage in a good staff team ensuring communication in paramount. To prepare and supervise suitable activities to help create and develop a stimulating environment in which children are encouraged to socialise and develop to their full potential. Care for the well-being of children including keeping their noses and faces clean, toileting and administering first aid. I ensure that all children are offered inclusive practise and
1.2 My expectations as a members of staff in my setting is to become a valuable practitioner, to be reliable and build good relationships with children and parents. I encourage children to play, learn and explore and I always keep in mind their best interests. I work well as a part of a team both with members of staff and parents in order to support learning and development. This will help children feel confident, safe and secure. It will make parents feel confident as well. I make sure I always follow policies and procedures in order to keep my work place safe following all the regulations and codes of practice.
My job role includes ensuring the happiness, wellbeing and safety of all the children I work with and to make sure that I help, together as a team with the other practioners that I work with to provide a stimulating environment where the children can learn and thrive from.
We are ambitious for positive outcomes for all children and young people in our community and having a motivated and high performing workforce will be fundamental to achieving these outcomes. We know that our children’s workforce already makes a huge difference to the lives of the families that we work with. We want to make even more of a difference in the future by being excellent
PCHAS’ overarching goal is to ensure that each child has a safe, healthy, stable and permanent home in which to grow and prosper. Reaching that goal takes perseverance and creativity. It also requires well-trained staff who are committed and passionate about the services they provide on a daily basis. PHCAS continues to seek qualified and caring staff to meet the needs of the children. Additionally, a strong training program is in place to enhance the skills of the direct care staff which is important to providing the best possible care. The specific goals are:
My first goal during the child life internship is to successfully gain a working knowledge of the philosophy and principles of patient-and family-centered care. Although I have some valuable experiences working with children and families, I believe that the setting, environment, and resources at Advocate Children’s Hospital will help me to further develop skills and knowledge in working with families in times of crisis and high stress. I want to gain a solid understanding of family dynamics, stress reduction and developmental, educational, and therapeutic play techniques. My second goal is to evaluate my own work under the guidance of experienced professionals, and be measured by professional standards. As a graduate student in child life, I have set forth to gain knowledge of developmental and educational theories, role-play various preparations with classmates, and volunteer for child life events; thus the next step is to gain clinical preparation and put what I have learned in class to practice. Hence, I am eager to invest in opportunities to build on coursework and apply theory under the guidance of experienced individuals to acquire skills in the profession. My third goal, but not my last goal, is to strengthen my ability to interact and communicate with other members of the health care team to integrate child life into the care plan. Child life is not only a service, but a team commitment to excellent care, therefore, it is important
The workers’ main focuses on ensuring the social, physical, psychological and emotional well-being of the children served. This is done by investigating allegation of neglect or abuse, do home visits, and providing assessments to determine whether a guardian or
I have always had a passion for working with children from when I was a babysitter to now volunteering with children. I believe it takes the right type of person to work with children. Requirements like passion, understanding, and compassion make me an ideal candidate to work in child health. I am interested in child health and wellness because children have simple outlooks on the world. Their point off view is unlike any body else’s. Also, being in a setting with children regardless of their situation, always have a smile and something happy to share. Working with children in health and wellness and being able to help their situation if only a little will be rewarding enough.