Part2- How to support children and young people when they are in relationship difficulties. 1.identify the different relationships children and young people may have
➢ Parents, siblings and extended family
➢ Friends, enemies
➢ Doctors, dentist
➢ Social workers
Explain the importance of positive relationships for development and well-being (Learning outcome 1.2)
➢ Children’s welfare can be properly monitored.
➢ Children are given consistent care.
➢ Children’s needs and interests are identified.
➢ Skills and ideas can be shared.
➢ Plans for children’s care and education are more effective
|A sense of connection and belonging.
Good relationships are really important for our wellbeing. Humans have evolved as social animals, so ability to develop good relationships is an extremely important step on the path to getting the best out of his or her life.
we have a deep, natural need to connect with other people and to belong to a social group. This sense of connection and belonging comes from good relationships with the people around us - in our families, at work or school and with our friends. There is strong evidence that when we feel we belong, we will flourish. This section explains what makes a good relationship. It gives information on how you can build better relationships with children and how you can help children form good relationships with others. A child’s ability to develop good relationships is an extremely important step on the path to getting the best out of his or her life