Identify risk and resilience factors for the young person concerned as they go through the process of transitions. You should evaluate how the legal framework can support the young person’s transition.
The young person this case study is about is a young boy named Tom; he is one years old and is currently...
nvq level 2
Unit title: Child and young person development
Unit number: TDA 2.1
Unit level: 2
2.1 Describe with examples the kinds of influences that affect children and young people’s development including:
2.2 Describe with examples the importance...
moderate association between SHORT-CARE pervasive depression and the number of life events experienced over the previous year. Personal illness, bereavement and theft were the most salient events. There was a stronger, graded, relationship between the number of social support deﬁcits (SSDs) and depression...
UNIT 1 CHILD AND YOUNG PERSON DEVELOPMENT
1.2 DESCRIBE WITH EXAMPLES ASPECTS OF DEVELOPMENT
Development is a holistic process and each child is unique and will develop in his own way and at different rates.
The period 0 to 3 years is a fast physical development. A baby does not...
Identify the transitions experienced by most children and youngpeople.
Most childrenmayexperiencetransitions; transitions can be long term or short term.
Sometransitions that most childrenmayexperience are likely to be, starting school or changing from one school to another. Some families...
Unit 201 Child and young person development
Outcome 3: Understand the potential effects of transitions on children and youngpeople
3.1 Identify the transitions experienced by most children and youngpeople
3.3 Describe with examples how transitionsmay affect children and young people’s behaviour...
Aspects of HIV/AIDS:
Children and Adolescents
Kristin L. Close, LMSW
1. Identify psychosocial factors that affect children and
adolescents infected with human immunodeficiency
virus (HIV)/AIDS and how these factors relate to
general chronic illness.
2. Identify sources of stigma and...
a. Explain how children and young people’s development is influenced by a range of personal factors.
The range of personal factors can be influenced in both the positive and negative with regards to a child’s or young person’s development these can include:-
The social situation i.e. where and how...
1. Identify the translations experienced by most children and youngpeople
* Moving nursery/school – E.g. From one nursery to another o from primary to secondary school.
* Moving house – E.g. To a new area. The child/young person must settle and adapt to the new area.
* New sibling/family...
LOSING A LOVED ONE:
A LITERATURE REVIEW OF
BEREAVEMENT AND RESILIENCE
Megan R. Moran
This review summarizes the existing literature related to assessment and measurement,
foundations of behavior, applications to therapy, special populations, relevant ethical and
L Scenario or case study
D Learner’s own products M Task set by CACHE
E Learner log N Questions and answers
F Activity plan or planned activity O Assessment method devised by Centre
G Observation of CYP or adults by the learner Assessment plan
example a child may be intellectual but not be able to tie his shoe laces. This is not because the child is incapable of tying his shoes lace but that he has not had to practice the physical skill. Another example is a child needs to wear glasses for school (physical) and other children tease him for wearing...
Psychology Major, Department of Psychology. Email: email@example.com
When one hears that someone is grieving a loss, they may think that a loved one died.
Many do not know that in order for one to grieve, the loss does not have to involve a death. A
similar idea applies...
Assessment Task – TDA 2.1 Child and Young Person Development
2.1. Describe with examples the kinds of influences that affect children and young people’s development, including:
Children will come from a diverse range of backgrounds...
Describe the expected pattern of children and young people’s development from birth to 19 years.
As a teaching assistant it is important to acknowledge different aspects of child development. Babies and childrenmay reach significant milestones at different ages, for example some babies will learn to crawl...
Identify the transitions experienced by most children and youngpeople Describe with example how transitionsmay affect children and young people’s behaviour and development
The transition experienced by most children and youngpeople are:
• Arrival of a new...
Child and young person development
TDA 2.1 Child and young person development.
1.1 Describe expected pattern of children and young people’s development from birth to 19 years.
Birth to one year
New-born babies can:
* see faces as fuzzy shapes
* grasp an object...
Discuss the transition faced by the children/youngpeople in your setting. Explain how the children and their parents/ carers are affected by these changes and reflect on the most appropriate ways to respond with reference to workplace policies and procedures. Suggest relevant further sources of information...
CHILD AND YOUNG PERSON DEVELOPMENT
Learning outcome: 1.1
Describe the expected pattern of children and young people’s development from birth to 19 years, to include:
a) Physical development
b) Communication and intellectual development
c) Social, emotional and behavioural development
Please do not copy, as your work may be rejected by your Assessor!!
The following ‘outcomes’, need to be met, to show your assessor competency of your work practices.
CYP core 3.1
1. Understand the expected pattern of development for children and youngpeople from birth...