Children and Young People’s Services (England) (3978-51/52/53/54/55/56)
The learner will:
2. Understand the importance of effective communication for individuals with sensory loss Assessment criteria The learner can: 2.1 Explain the methods of communication used by...
live. there are some of the most important areas that can effect and they are : poverty, housing and community, disability, health support, family expectations and religious beliefs.
1.2 Explain the importance and impact of poverty on outcomes and life changes for children and youngpeople...
evaluation questionnaires or suggestion boxes so as to learn what they doing well and areas they need to improve on.
3.4 – Explain how effective multi-agency working operates within early years provision and benefits children and carers.
Multi-agency working is known as different services, working...
E6 Include TWO (2) examples of information from agencies outside the setting which may contribute to the assessment of learning needs
E6 - A health visitor is a fully qualified nurse who has had special training to help families and youngchildren. With the first few years in a...
you need to ensure his safety. To overcome this you can make sure there is a safety mat at the bottom, make sure there is no one near where he is jumping and ensure you are supervising him at all times.
Explain the dilemma between the rights and choices of children and youngpeople and health and...
of youngchildren. Childrenneed to have the opportunities to respond in an individual and personal way, make choices and follow new ideas uninhibited by adult expectations. Many people believe creative learning and creativity are the same but in fact they are very different. Creative learning is...
disrupt daily function in
home, school, or community. Serious emotional disturbances affect 1
in 10 youngpeople at any given time. 2
Mental health is a key component in a child’s healthy development.
Childrenneed to be healthy in...
facilitated advocacy for
children and youngpeople
who require it
the personal assistant role.
1.5. Explain the importance of
encouraging the participation
of disabled children and youngpeople.
2. Be able to work in
partnership with families
with disabled children or
legacy of values to shape the character of the next generation. The family lays the foundation, which gets built upon by the other institutions.” He further explains that, “adults have to come together to maximize the chance that we'll have a generation of youngpeople who are mature enough and good...
understand the value of it and many other things.
2.2 – Explain why it is so important to design and provide a service that responds to the needs of children and youngpeople.
The principle of designingservicesaroundchildren and youngpeople is to improve their outcomes and meet all...
care settings or with children or youngpeople in a wide range of settings. The unit introduces the central importance of communication in such settings, and ways to overcome barriers to meet individual needs and preferences in communication Learning Outcomes The learner will: 1 Understand why...
Identify the positive outcomes for children and youngpeople that practitioners should be striving to achieve
2.2 Explain the importance of designingservicesaround the needs of children and youngpeople
2.3 Explain the importance of active participation of children and youngpeople in decisions...
material goods |
economic | on leaving school | • live in households free from low income |
well-being | • ready for employment • live in decent homes and sustainable communities |
2.2. Explain the importance of designingservicesaround the needs of children...
others. Children and young |
|people are often vulnerable as they are yet to develop the physical and cognitive capacity to fully care for themselves; they need care and |
|protection from the adults around them. Health and social care organisations have what is called a duty of care towards...
stage, the preoperational stage (2-7 years), is where children begin to use words and solve complex problems. Children can also move from one to two-word at age two, to eight or ten-word sentences around age five. The concrete operations stage (7-11 years) is third. This stage brings a solid way of...
and transferring their popularity to attraction in theme parks. By designing the parks around these beloved figures Plopsaland enables children to extend their fantasy and live in their favorite TV-show. The dream is realized even further by the company by selling merchandising of the characters...
6. An environment that that encourages both quiet and
noisy activities, as well as large- and small-motor
1. You must respect them.
2. Childrenneed consistency in the peoplearound them.
So, a staff needs to remain as consistent as possible.
The organizational consumer encompasses for-profit and not-for-profit businesses, government agencies, institutions(schools, hospitals, prisons),
all of which must buy products, equipment and services in order to run their organizations.
There is need to know what people are...
). Segmentation is a key part of marketing to many companies Nike included. Segmenting consumers into different segments helps companies produce the right type of product and needs for that particular segment. Moskowitz H (2005) explains market segmentation as the selection of groups of people who will...