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|4.3. Explainhowbabiesexpress|Babiesexpress themselves in a number of ways which adults learn to intercept as communication of their needs and emotions. Early on in life, babies may use different cries | |
|their emotions, preferences and|for different needs such as...
poor quality attachments on the development of babies and children.
4.3. Explainhowbabiesexpress their emotions, preferences and needs and demonstrateresponsivecare in ownpractice.
4.4. Explain why it is important to manage transitions for babies and young children...
basis of loving, secure relationships with carers and with key persons in work settings
3.3 analyse the possible effects of poor quality attachments on the development of babies and children
4.3 explainhowbabiesexpress their emotions, preferences and needs and demonstrateresponsivecare in own...
their development & learning LO 4Responsivecare
‘Responsivecare’ is the term used to describe how
practitioners identify and respond to the careneeds
of babies and young children. Responsive carers
respond sensitively, consistently and promptly to the
emotions, needs and preferences of...
relationships are both key elements to the EYFS.
4.3-Explainhowbabiesexpress their emotions, preferences and needs and demonstrateresponsivecare in ownpractice.
babies cry when they are hungry, in pain , frightened need comfort changing etc they gurgle and smile when they are happy and are enjoying...
have an ability to understand and honour differences. This is evident in everyday practice when educators demonstrate an ongoing commitment to developing their own cultural competence in a two way process with families and communities. Educators view culture and the context of family as central to...
3.3 Analyse the possible effects of poor quality attachments on the development of babies and children
4.3 Explainhowbabiesexpress their emotions, preferences and needs and demonstrateresponsive...
dilemmas between the child/young person’s needs,
preferences, rights and their responsibilities for
their owncare and protection and your own and
your families’ role, rights and responsibilities
when providing a home for specific children and
4how to deal with...
their emotions, preferences
and needs and demonstrateresponsivecare in ownpractice.
4.4. Explain why it is important to
manage transitions for babies
and young children.
4.5. Explain when and why babies
and young children require
periods of quiet to rest and...
Chapter 3: Infancy
Module 3.2: Cognitive Development in Infancy
What are the fundamental features of Piaget’s theories
of cognitive development?
How do infants process information?
How is infant intelligence measured?
By what processes do children learn to use...
: standing up for your patient’s rights ; active in the patient’s behalf ; being a representative of your own patient
3. Aphasia pg.108 difficulty expressing or understanding language
4. Body language pg.99: nonverbal communication
5. Communication pg.99: the exchange of information...
observing what a child is learning
what adults could do
what adults could provide
Birth - 11 months
Babies and toddlers need to explore the world and develop a range of ways to communicate before they can express their own ideas...
that you are bored.
2:3Demonstrate a range of communication Method and style to meet individual needs:
2:4Demonstratehow to respond to an individual’s reactions when communicating
Explainhow people from different background may use and/ or interpret...
• Preparing the home for an infant
• Preparing the car for an infant
• Accessing social support to help with the arrival of a baby
• How to care for a newborn (bathing, dressing, feeding, etc.)
• Identify strategies to prevent SIDS
3. Family Structure...
secure attachment to a parent or carer.
Be able to meet the communication and language needs, wishes and preferences of individuals
2.1 Demonstratehow to establish the communication and language needs, wishes and preferences of...
needs to be met immediately
•sometimes have tantrums if crossed or frustrated
•are capable of being loving and responsive
•can point to parts of the body and other features when asked
•are possessive of their own toys and objects, and have little idea of sharing
•tend to play parallel to other...
- Children know about their bodies and how to navigate them in space.
Personal care - Children carry out personal care routines on their own.
Healthy behavior - Children engage in healthy practices.
Mathematics equips us with the skills we need to interpret...
issues are recognised and reported. keeping other staff informed and aware of current situations within the workplace.
Individuals communicate with carers to express their needs and preferences and to ensure they are met.
1.2 Explainhow effective communication affects all aspects own work...
0 – 3 months | * Becomes very attached to parent/carer * Experiences extreme emotions which can change in an instant * Requires the security and reassurances of familiar routines * May be upset by unfamiliar methods of handling and care |
3 – 9 months | * Has...