also an issue of nomothetic vs idiographic; some theorists adopt a nomothetic approach while others adopt an idiographic approach. Individuals that adopt a nomothetic approach create theories based on what we share with others, and find general laws that can be applied to large groups of people, for example...
Principles for implementing duty of care in health, socialcare or children’s and young people’s setting
All practitioners have a duty of care all the children the setting, this also includes the staff. A duty of care is where a practitioner has to take care of them and not let them get harmed...
1.1 Describe the Social, Economic and Cultural Factors That Will Impact on the Lives of Children and YoungPeople
There are other issues in our broader society that will affect the lives of children and youngpeople. Unemployment can lead to economic crisis resulting in difficulties in funding food...
Articles 12 & 13 UN Convention Rights of the Child
The Gillick Competency
How do organisations that work with youngpeople practice regarding consent?
North Yorkshire Safeguarding Children’s...
Belief that personality, social traits, and abilities are determined by chronological age
Can result in prejudiced behavior of society against the elderly
can lead to discrimination in areas such as employment, housing, credit, and medical care.
Can set up a cycle of self-fulfilling...
Children Act 1989
They provide support from local authorities, especially for families whose children are in need. They have a duty to look into cases where they think a child may be suffering from some sort of abuse and protect them from any harm. They also must put the child first...
Metropolitan State University
Munchausen Syndrome dates back to 1843, when British physician Hector Gavin differentiated between people who faked an illness to achieve some sort of compensation and those who pretended to be ill for no other reason but to assume the sick role (Berry...
outcomes for children and youngpeople
Some families decide that they do not wish to live or act in a way in which is viewed as normal. For instance a child may be from a travelling family. The outcome of this factor is that there are people which may not be able...
Play investigation issue
Statement: Should children be allowed to bring toys to day care on a daily basis?
The topic ‘should children be allowed to bring toys to day care centres’ is a very controversialissue and a debate that surrounds many centres in our communities today (Paige, N, C, 1997)...
same disquieting conclusion - that long periods of nursery care for under-threes may be producing more insecure and aggressive children. As the government publishes its latest plans for childcare, Madeleine Bunting reports on the controversial research that could halt the nursery boom
6: WORKING TOGETHER FOR THE BENEFIT OF CHILDREN AND YOUNG CHILDREN
1.3: FUNCTIONS OF EXTERNAL AGENCIES
I have a responsibility to help the children in my care achieve the 5 outcomes of the UK Government Initiative Every Child Matters (ECM) – Be Healthy, Stay Safe, Enjoy &...
wellbeing of children and youngpeople.
1. Understand the main legislation, guidelines, policies and procedures for safeguarding children and youngpeople.
1.1 In englang and wales the polices and procedures for safeguarding and child protection in a setting for children and youngpeople are a result of legislation...
radio, to TV, computer, mobile phone. He further noted that media makes the lives of the people at ease, along with Information and Communication Technologies they produce to increase the standard of living for the people to spend time. He concludes that, teenagers can easier to get mass media in computer...
Understand how to safeguard the well being of children and youngpeople
1.1. Outline current legislation, guidelines, policies and procedures with own UK Home Nation affecting the safeguarding of children and youngpeople
Children act 1989
The Children Act 1989 was brought about to help...
of the Health and socialcare worker
1. Policy for record keeping and records.
This policy outlines the expectations of what details need to be recorded and how they should be recorded. The purpose of this is for clarity and consistency
to ensure the provision of safe and effective care.
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In this paper we will walk through his early stages of life, social behavior, and criminal history.
EARLY STAGES OF LIFE
Gary’s parents would move him and his two brothers, Tom and Greg, from Utah and Idaho frequently throughout their young lives. It wasn’t until Gary was nine his parents found a place...
Safeguard the Wellbeing of Children and YoungPeople.
We use legislation, guidelines and policies and procedures to safeguard children. It is important that we use these guidelines as it does affect the way we treat and protect children in our care. Here are some guidelines, legislations...
policy and procedures
|This document outlines Ofsted’s policy on responding to concerns regarding the safeguarding and protection of children and youngpeople |
|aged under 18 years. This policy, combined with the associated procedures, provides guidance to all staff who may come across concerns of|
Workforce is made up of many different people from different sectors who have different roles, despite these variations all are working to deliver the 5 Every Child Matters Outcomes for children and youngpeople.
If you work directly with babies, children, youngpeople or their families frequently or for...