Children And Young People Essay

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  • Support Children And Young People

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    Support children and young people to have positive relationships 1.1 Identify the different relationships children and young people may have There are many different relationships that children develop as they grow, babies know that they cry to get attention from their parent for food or just a cuddle this is the beginning of learning to build relationships. Every child and family are different in how they believe relationships should be made and who children are allowed to talk to or be around so

  • Development of Children and Young People

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    Development of Children and Young People: The development of children and young people is significantly affected by speech, language, and communication needs. These needs have a profound and long-term impact that varies depending on the severity of the problem, the kind of support the child receives, the confidence of the person, and the demands of his/her environment. Actually, children and young children with speech, language, and communication needs are at risk of constant communication problems

  • Caring For Children And Young People

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    Caring for children and young people P1: Outline why children and young people may need to be looked after away from their families. There are a variety of reasons why children can become 'looked after ' they can be looked after a foster carer or put into a children’s home because they could of suffered from abuse, loss of a parent, disability etc. Suspected abuse: There are four types of abuse that a child can experience, Physical, sexual, emotional and neglect. Physical abuse is when someone

  • Complaint and Children/young People

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    own work role is to ensure that the young people and other colleagues I work with are kept safe and free from harm. This is from the basic needs of the young people I support; to ensuring that they are well provided and looked after, to making sure they have their medication that they need at the right time and dose etc. For each young person we have at Amberleigh, they each have their own risk assessment which all staff must follow to ensure that the young person is kept safe and free from harm

  • Working With Children And Young People

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    When working with children and young people it is important to know the aims and responsibilities for your setting. The government frame work, Every Child Matters (ECM) places great importance on partnership working. The five outcomes for ECM are • Be healthy • Stay safe • Enjoy and achieve • Make a positive contribution • Achieve economic well-being It is very important that everyone working together with children and young people finds out about the five outcomes and bases their working practice

  • Working With Children And Young People

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    Unit 087: Work with Children and Young People in a Residential Care Setting 1 Understand the legal, policy, rights and theoretical framework for residential care for children and young people 1.1 Explain Current theoretical approaches to residential provision for children and young people: Attachment theory – a model of psychology that tries to how long-term and short-term interpersonal relationships between people develop. Separation/Loss theory tries to explain the insecure attachment behaviour

  • The Development Of Children And Young People

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    Historically children and young people were only researched by philosophers through theory, The move towards experimental stidies has been a gradual process that has given research a diverse approach today. ch 1 p16. The reasons for such changes has been hinged on how society has viewed children and young people throughout history,depending on time and culture, from as early as the middle ages there has been theories surrounding children and their role in society, from being seen as ‘adults in waiting’

  • safeguarding children and young people

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    CYP CORE 3.3: 2.1 – Explain the importance of safeguarding children and young people. Safeguarding children and young people is everybody’s responsibility.   It should be a concern of the whole community and all public services, not just ones providing directly to children and young people. As professionals, we have a duty to ensure that children and young people are protected while they are in our care and that where we have other concerns outside school, these are investigated fully. School

  • Educating Children And Young People

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    All practitioners that come into contact with children and young people share a statutory responsibility of safeguarding also promoting welfare, regardless of the individual’s role. In order for practitioners and organisations to work together effectively, they should be aware of the role they play in the area of safeguarding children and young people. According to the Department of Education “safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children is everyone’s responsibility” Department of Education

  • Strategies For Children And Young People

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    Contents page… Strategies with children and young people Strategies for working with parents and families Support for children and young people who disclose Minimising the effects of abuse It is very important for professionals to develop respectful relationships with children and young people. A respecting relationship allows there to be trust between children and young people and a professional. A child will also show respect to a professional if they do too which lets a child learn

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