1:2 Explain how multiple conditions and/or disabilities many have an additional impact on the individual’s well being and quality of life.
1.describe the social, economic and cultural factors that will impact on the lives of children and young people (unit 7)
Explain how legislation and local and national practice guidelines affect the planning of the transition for a young person with a disability from childhood into adulthood.
1.2, There are many factors that could hinder children and young person lives and this includes social, economic and cultural issues. Poverty is an example of social factors, so children who are growing in poverty experience lack of knowledge of how to achieve their ambitions. These children are more likely to experience lack of self-esteem and confidence as they would feel incapable of fulfilling their own needs. This is due to because the outcomes of poverty is often leads of inequalities education attainments and in heath such as poor physical and mental health which associated with growing up in poverty.
Information about current educational performance and how the disability affects the child’s involvement and progress in the general curriculum (TEKS).
Assessing the needs is the first logical stepping stone of the health promotion planning cycle stones. Assessing children with disabilities in the school setting can be applied with the collaboration with the teachers. The school may recommend further assessment or screening for the child with disability based on the teacher’s recommendations, observation, or by giving the children special tests. In addition, parents are also needed to share the assessment of their child if needed. At the beginning, I am going to define the relevant population demographic and social characteristics, behavior, lifestyles,
Children with developmental and intellectual disabilities may encounter difficulties with their activities of daily living that may often lead to poorer health outcomes concerning their educational performances, quality of care and needs (Lindly, Sinche, & Zuckerman, 2015). The demand for health care support is high among this population as parents and child experiences an imbalance in their routine as the care starts to become complex (Robert, Leblanc, & Boyer, 2015). These families need additional support in order to alleviate their situation. As a child goes through their stages in life, the expectations start to rise to a greater level such as being able to read and write, interact with other people, and other developmental
In this interview, the interviewer has the opportunity to learn the different personal experiences that parents encounter attempting to obtain the best possible education for their disabled child. Whether it be a mild disability such ADHD, or a more severe case of blindness or deafness parents still face struggles. Conducting this interview provides an opportunity to gain more respect for these students and their parents as well. Parents will offer you the information that is sometimes overlooked during
When it comes to seeking the best interest of the child as a whole the parent must be considered. Working with children with health disabilities is a huge undertaking for any educator the parent has been there from the very beginning and desires what is best for the child. The list is long
Imagine living your life from a disabled person's perspective. Since I was four years old, I have lived with disabilities. My sister was diagnosed with cerebral palsy two months after she was born. After that, I was practically raised in the hospital because my sister had to be there so often. I have grown up surrounded by disabilities, and I have seen the effects first hand. Growing up with a disability is the worst thing a child has to do, but Gillette Children’s Hospital does all they can to make these kids’ lives better.
According to Moore (2002) in the medical model of disability, disability is seen as a clinical concern, where the
A statement of the child’s present levels of academic achievement and functional performance, including how the child’s disability affects his/her involvement and progress in the general education curriculum.