importance of recognising and responding to concerns about children and young people’s development.
3.1 Identify the transitions experienced by most children and youngpeople.
3.2 Identifytransitions that onlysomechildren and youngpeoplemayexperience e.g. bereavement.
3.3 Describe with...
uneventful and somepeoplemay get anxious with transitions that are more difficult; they can become a serious issue if not supported through the process. (O’Connor, 2013) There are several explanations of the term ‘Transitions’ but the one that is most relevant to this case study is;
“ any episode...
of depression and married women a higher risk of depression. 6 Spared from the burden of caring for youngchildren, older married peoplemay reap beneﬁts from parenthood. We therefore hypothesized that childless married persons will be at greater risk of depression than married persons with...
period of 16 to 19 years is a stage when youngpeople became into adults.
Some girls may have reached physical maturity, boys will continue to grow and change until their middle twenties.
On this stage they thinking about career and university choices based on qualifications they have selected...
transitions that onlysomechildren and youngpeoplemayexperience e.g bereavement
3.3 Describe with examples how transitionsmay affect children and young people’s behaviour and development
Under each heading, explain how each aspect may impact on a child’s behaviour & development, giving examples...
life. The nature and timing and giver of the support will vary depending on the individual’s needs and circumstances.
Identifytransitions that onlysomechildren and youngpeoplemayexperience e.g, bereavement,
Somechildrenmayexperiencetransitions such as...
among people living with HIV/AIDS. AIDS Behav.
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Phenomenology and correlates of...
months time (Zhang,
El-Jawahri, & Prigerson, 2006). The other 10% – 20% of people, however, end up experiencing
complicated grief or bereavement and have a more difficult experience overcoming the loss of a
loved one. Some individuals are more resilient after experiencing a loss while others...
and draw up targets.
g. Explain how different types 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...
children and youngpeoplemayexperience e.g bereavement
* Family bereavement - E.g. death of a parent, grandparent or another family member.
* Being adopted/put into care - E.g. becoming an orphan or parent/guardians no longer able to care for child/young person
* Divorce of parents/guardians...
Transitions within classes
Transitions that onlysomechildren and youngpeoplemayexperienceChildren and youngpeople are bound to go through transitions, whether this be a transition from nursery to year1, or a transition from a certain group of friends to another. They will go through...
that children are given every chance to talk about their concerns so they may be as prepared as possible.
Assessment Task – TDA 2.1 Child and Young Person Development
3.2. Identifytransitions that onlysomechildren and youngpeoplemayexperience, e.g. bereavement.
diagnosed in civilians. Often, as in the case with bereavement and grief, little to no attention is
given to youngchildren in such situations; children tend to cope differently with traumatic
events. Treatment options for PTSD include psychodynamic, behavioral, and existential
new born baby
• Moving houses
• Death of a family member
• Changing school
• Starting nursery
Identifytransitions that onlysomechildren and youngpeoplemayexperience
The transitions that onlysomechildren and youngpeoplemayexperience are...
should be planned for and discussed with those involve.
4.3 Identifytransitions that onlysomechildren and youngpeoplemayexperience e.g. bereavement
Everyone will experience aspects of loss and change throughout their life, but there are some loss and change experiences which do not...
every opportunity to talk about what is going to happen so that they are prepared for it. In some cases such as bereavement, this may not be possible.
3.2 Identifytransitions that onlysomechildren and youngpeoplemayexperience e.g. BereavementTransitions...
because a child needs to start school in order to get an education.
CHILD AND YOUNG PERSON DEVELOPMENT
Learning outcome: 3.2
Identifytransitions that onlysomechildren and youngpeoplemayexperience e.g. bereavement
In some cases, transitionsmay...
and writing, but they would struggle with their memory and even their concentration.
3.2 Research and identify other transitions that onlysomechildrenmayexperience through life, for example bereavement.
Most childrenmayexperiencetransitions; transitions can be long term or short term.
, planned and unplanned transitions (DFE 2008). One of the most significant consequences of social change for the youngchildren is the shift from home to day care. Dunlop & Fabian (2007) explained in the modern life somechildren have to go through few transitions and looked after by different people...
children and youngpeople, such as moving school and puberty, and those that are particular only to some, such as bereavement and divorce
Transitions can be:
a emotional, affected by personal experiences, e.g. bereavement
b physical, e.g. moving to a new educational establishment, a new home/locality...