Convention on the Rights of the child.
Everyone in the U.K, including children and young people, have rights that are recognised and protected. These rights are granted by legislation, for example, Human right legislation, The Children Act, etc, which have evolved from a variety of sources. One of these...
EYMP 1: Context and Principles for Early Years Provision
1.1 Explain the legal status and principles of the relevant early year’s frameworks and how national and local guidance materials are used in settings.
Children deserve and need the best possible start in their lives in order for them to...
Five pieces of current legislation and how they influence the working practice in the setting.
Children Act 2004
The child act 2004 set out the national framework for delivering children’s services, and identifies the Every Child Matters five outcomes for children and young people, which all professionals...
P1. Explain the concepts of equality, diversity and rights in relation to health and social care
Health and social care practice should acknowledge, respect and accommodate this diversity. Promoting inclusion and equality, taking rights into account, is an important part of health and social...
P2 Describe how the members of the adult team in a community based pre-school setting
contribute to the work of the setting.
The committee : The Committee represents...
* An explanation of how national initiatives promote anti-discriminatorypractice (P4)
* A description of how ant-discriminatorypractice is promoted in health and social care (P5)
* An assessment of the influence...
Needs and Disability Act 2001, applied to England and Wales in 2001 highlighted the importance of inclusion of all children into mainstream education. It firstly strengthened the rights of access to mainstream and also when it was expanded, it set the SEN code of practice that made it clear to education...
Professional development for Practice (PDP)
In this essay I am going to analyse my direct practice with a service user that I worked with during my work experience. I shall talk about the agency where I was working what they do and the service user group they cater for. I am going to talk about...
discharge was placed in a refuge.
It has been five days since the incident. The child has remained in out of home care and is described by the foster carers as distressed. Threats have been made to agency workers by the husband as he is unaware of his wife’s whereabouts. As a consequence the refuge has...
Literature Review 2013
“How engaging fathers in social work intervention impacts on the well being of children.”
This literature review examines the relationship between social work professionals and families in relation to the role of the father, step father or partner, including the...
POLICY & PROCEDURES:
A child’s safety is of the up most importance and as a Childminder I will do my best to ensure they do not come to any harm. However accidents and illnesses do happen so this policy will details what is to happen if these do occur.Accidents/ Emergencies:In the event of an accident/...
Understand the importance of speech, language and communication for children’s overall development.
Explain each of these terms:
Speech: Communication via verbal means. The art of expressing or describing thoughts...
Describe how ONE activity/experience supports the communication and intellectual development of a child or young person.
Making and acting out a story
With the activity I did with the children was making up a story then acting in out, this is using their imaginations and using role play. How I did this...
place which support inclusive practice for all
children. You must be familiar with these so that you can
demonstrate inclusive practice through your own actions in all
areas of your work. You will also consider the importance of
positive attitudes and practice for children with a disability or
language was Spanish, meaning that he had to learn English when he came to England. Nigel flew to the United Kingdom when he was 24 with his wife and children, which was difficult for him because of he’s language barrier, Nigel could not get work because of his poor English. He was diagnosed as having dementia...
HOWANTI-DISCRIMINATORYPRACTICE IS PROMOTED IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE SETTINGS
In health and social care sector, health care professionals take into account four key ethical principles when providing service to the service users. The key ethical principles are...
[Outcome 1] Understand the concept of diversity and its relevance to working with individuals who have dementia
1.1- explain what is meant by the terms
The Service Users i deliver care to are all different in many ways.This can be along the dimensions of gender...
differences, these can be along the dimensions of race, ethnicity, gender, social- economic status, age, physical abilities or religious beliefs.
An example of diversity is to accept someone’s views even if you don’t agree
Equality – Equality basically means access or provision of equal opportunities,...
|Reflective practice |
A model for integrating
Social work values,
Theory and practice
Aberdeen City Council
The Practice Pyramid is a model which helps to show how professional practice is built up. The...
discrimination based on sexual orientation, gender, disability, class, ethnicity, faith or background. It is about recognising and understanding that all children have the right to a wide range of facilities, learning and opportunities. In other words every child and young person or adult must be given equality...