of their disability, this can prevent people from seeing the child as a whole person like their gender, culture and social background.
3.4 explain the differenttypes of support that are available for disabledchildren and...
expect disabledpeople to change to fit into society.
* Explain the differenttypes of support that are available for disabledchildren and youngpeople and those with specificrequirements (CYP3.7 3.4)
Specialised services - in my setting we have a special educational needs coordinator and...
should explain the differenttypes of support and services that are
available to supportdisabledchildren or youngpeople and those
with specificrequirements. Before you start, jot down differenttypes of support and service.
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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...
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|4. Understand the importance of equality, diversity...
his actual needs to pushed to one side because of this it wasn’t until later in life when it could of been too late that his needs were taken into account and his learning was encouraged.
3.4 Explain the differenttypes of support that are available for disabledchildren and youngpeople and those...
achieve new things, which improves their confidence and self-esteem.
3.4 Explain the differenttypes of support that are available for disabledchildren and yond people and those with specificrequirements.
There are many services available for children with disabilities. Speech and language...
2.1. Explain the concepts and
principles of partnership with
carers of disabledchildren and
youngpeople and those with
2.2. Explain the types of support
and information carers may
2.3. Demonstrate in own practice...
: Certificate Diploma
Learning Outcomes The learner will be able to
4 Be able to supportdisabledchildren and youngpeople and those with special educational needs to participate in the full range of activities and experiences
Assessment Criteria The learner can
4.1 Identify and implement...
society and they way it is organised. It discriminates against those with disability.
3.4. Explain the differenttypes of support that are available for disabledchildren and youngpeople and those with specificrequirements
Look at the services below how do they supportchildren with disabilities...
“Youth Matters” puts youngpeople at the heart of reforming a wide range of services that supportyoungpeople and explains how the government sees its youth policy fitting in with ECM.
The Integrated Children’s System (ICS), a central government requirement for all local authorities to...
those with special education needs __________________________ 66 Supportdisabledchildren and youngpeople and those with special education needs indicative content ____________ 68 Supportchildren and youngpeople with behaviour, emotional and social development needs ____________________ 69 Support...
, Kate Beith, Kath Bulman and Sue Griffin - series consultant: Maureen Smith page 199.
CYP Core 3.7: Understand how to support positive outcomes for children and youngpeople.
3.4 Explain the differenttypes of support that are available for disabled...
for children and youngpeople:
Being healthy –
Equality – each child should have the same opportunity to lead a healthy lifestyle.
Diversity – individuals in the society may have different methods of being healthy, i.e. exercise regimes, and dietary requirements.
Inclusion – accepting the...
the differenttypes of support that are available for disabledchildren and youngpeople and those with specificrequirements:
Often children with disabilities will need extra support. This may come in the form of LSA’s in school, or a social worker, doctors or a sure start centre. Some...
apprenticeship or a part-time training course.
The main qualifications available are:
Diplomas: providing the background for a range of careers.
Vocational qualifications: for youngpeople who already know what career they want to follow and need training for specific jobs.
A levels: offered as specific...
|30. explain the differenttypes of support that are available for |Support can be offered in many forms, these will include; |
|disabledchildren and youngpeople and those with specificrequirements |Funding. Funding for equipment alterations to the living...
When many differenttypes of things or people are included in something (Oxrord dictionary, online)
Diversity to me in terms of my work place is about valuing and making the most of people’s abilities whatever their backgrounds regardless of gender, ethnic minorities, disabledpeople...
way of working to supportchildren, youngpeople and families.
It is a way of working that ensures children and youngpeople who need additional support have exactly the right professionals needed to support them.
Multi-agency working is a generic term and takes different forms locally. For example...
and draw up targets.
g. Explain how differenttypes of transitions can affect children and young people’s development
Children and youngpeople go through many phases of transition. The obvious school based transitions are starting at pre-school/nursery, moving to primary school, changing...