Explain How Theories of Development and Frameworks to Support Development Influence Current Practice

Only available on StudyMode
  • Download(s) : 3237
  • Published : October 23, 2012
Open Document
Text Preview
UNIT TITLE:- Understand child and young person development.

Unit number:- CYP Core 3.1

Learning outcome:- 3.2

Outcome Title:- Explain the reasons why children and young people's development may not follow the expected pattern.

Name & Surname:- Marika AbelaPin:-

Cache Centre No:- 1950.0000Group No:- CA12-VX-EY

Children and young people's development is meant to follow a pattern. This pattern indicates what children are able to do at their age. Not all the children can follow this expected pattern. The reasons might vary from one child to another and at times there could be easily no reason behind it at all. In the book Children's and young people's workforce, pg 73., Tassoni remarks that Occasionally there are children for whom, despite investigation, no specific reasons can be found. (Tassoni. et. Al., 2006). There are varies reasons that may vary and interfere in children's development. Disabilities, emotional reasons, physical reasons, environmental reasons, cultural reasons, social reasons, learning reasons, and communicational skills are most of the reasons that can delay or interfere in children's development

Disabilities and impairments:- Children with a disability or an impairment can be slow in developing certain aspects of development. Disabilities can effect one or more aspects of development, while an impairment might hit only one aspect. Cerebral palsy is an example of a disability. This disability jumbles messages between the brain and muscles. (Bruce., Megitt., and Grenier., 2010). Cerebral palsy effects most of the five aspects of development. The physical, because the child can only participate in structured physical activities, the communicational development, as some children with cerebral palsy have delayed language, 1st because they are unable to play and explore as much as the non disabled children. (Bruce., Megitt., and Grenier., 2010), and secondly because speech depends on the ability to control tiny muscles in...
tracking img