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    In addition to working with incarcerated populations, working with children also presents a host of limitations and hurdles to overcome. Numerous safeguards are required when working with children, particularly because children may not be mature enough to give informed consent. The study will follow respective IRB protocols in working with children, including receiving informed consent from the child’s guardian, explaining the research to the child in an age-appropriate manner, and receiving consent

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    Accommodating Children with Special Needs Working with children is one of the biggest adventures in life. However, as every other job, it has their complications and challenging times. A child with special needs or disabilities is a person who needs more from you; they require from your attention, support, help, and trust. I have the opportunity of working around children with special needs or disabilities; it is a different experience with each one. As every child, they are unique, they develop

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    Building a strong, caring, and positive relationship with children is extremely important. This is when a child first learns how to form a trusting bond with an adult. The adult is usually a parent, grandparent, a care provider, or another key adult in a child’s life. A caring relationship with an adult is essential to a child’s social and emotional growth. Through a strong, trusting relationship with an adult, a child learns that the adult will protect them, nurture them, and respond to their

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    work is a career that I have always been interested in, especially working with children and families. Helping people overcome obstacles and making the most of themselves is a very rewarding and yet a challenging career. I’ll have the chance to meet a variety of different people with different problems from cases of abuse and neglect as well as supporting those in the care system. I am particularly interested in working with children and families who often form the most vulnerable service users, developing

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    Many people have different passions, some might share the same ones while others might have some that no one has heard of before. Mine would have to be anything that had to do with working with kids. I love teaching them, babysitting them, and even playing with them, it's a new and different experience every time. I find it amazing that you could learn more than you think from someone who is 10+ years younger than you. They can teach you the smallest things that you never realized they could. For

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    work with children? Throughout these three articles there were similarities when talking about being in nature with children. The thread that flowed through all of them was taking more time while outside, having less guided nature adventures and exploring with our senses. Through all three of these articles it explained we all are “suffering from time sickness of trying to do to much to quickly we infect our children with our impatience”(Sobel, 1996, p.6). Adults and even children need to take

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    I chose my topic because i love kids and to see how they learn. I also want to venture off into the social work area with kids or even being a pediatrician. So this research held shed some light on what i would need to understand and notice about kids and how they learn and their sense of safety and how they attach to people they are comfortable with. i honestly feel like it is my calling because i work well with kids i feel as though it's what my future job is supposed to be im told im great with

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    Assignment 310 – Understand Children and Young People’s Self-Directed Play Task A – Briefing Notes 1. Explain the characteristics of freely chosen, self directed play Freely chosen play is where children are able to choose what they want to do Personally directed play is where children will choose how they want to do what they have chosen to play. Intrinsically motivated is why children choose why they choose certain types of play. Goalless means that children will play for no particular reason

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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

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    Working Memory in Children with Developmental Disorders, written by Tracy Packiam Alloway, Gnanathusharan Rajendran, and Lisa M. D. Archibald, was designed to test for the differences in working memory skills in children with various developmental disorders, such as Specific Language Impairment (SLI), Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Asperger’s Syndrome (AS), and Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD). The study consisted of one-hundred and sixty-three participants, whose parents

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