5.2 Recognisewhy it is important to followcarers’ instructions in respect of their child’s foodallergies or intolerances.
4.4. Explain the importance of informing relevant people when there are concerns about a child or young person’s health or well-being.
Unit 4227-066 5.1 5.2
Plan balanced meals,snacks and drinks for children in their early years, following current government guidance on nutritional needs.
Recognisewhy it is important to follow carer's instructions in respect of their child's foodallergies and intolerance's.
important to follow a carer’s instructions in respect of their child’s foodallergies or intolerances
Within a child care setting you need to listen to the parents or carers to make sure that you have the correct information in case the child could have allergies or intolerances. For example a...
Recognize why it is important to followcarers' instructions in respect of their child's foodallergies or intolerances:
It is important to follow parent instruction because some children may not be allowed to eat certain food such as nuts, tomatoes, food colouring such as (curry), eggs, and...
squash to drink |
5.2 Recognize why it is important to followcarers’ instructions in respect of their childfoodallergies or intolerances
There are many reasons to adhere to a carer’s advice regarding food for their child.
The main reasons would be:
* An allergy to a particular food...
current government guidance on nutritional needs. Y/N
(Edexcel 18) 4.3. Assess any risks or concerns to the health and well being of children and young people and take appropriate action. Y/N 5.2 Recognisewhy it is important to followcarers’ instructions in respect of their child’s food...
• glass of milk
• cheese and crackers or oatcake
• fresh fruit
• crunchy muesli
• nuts/ seeds/ dried fruit/ fruit smoothies
5.2. Recognisewhy it is important to followcarers’ instructions in respect of their child’s foodallergies or intolerances.
milk and either a portion of hard cheese, yoghurt or milk based pudding
1 serving at the main meal of meat, fish or alternatives.
Processed meats i.e. sausages, chicken nuggets, burgers, should only be offered once a week.
5.2 Recognisewhy it is important to followcarersinstructions in respect...
: 11.30am -12.30pm
Day 1: Session 2: CHCCN303A: 12.30am - 3.00pm
Allergies and intolerance
(Essential Skills and Knowledge)
Discuss what are and the difference between the allergies and intolerances
Signs of foodintolerance
What is anaphylaxis – triggers, signs and symptoms...
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5.2 Explain why it is important to follow carer’s instructions in respect of their child’s foodallergies or intolerances
Every child is unique and will slowly develop likes, dislikes and preferences...
or eyes, redness in the face, itching and difficulty breathing.
5) It is important that you follow parents/carersinstructions when a child has a foodallergy, intolerances or preferences. If you dont follow their instructions then the child's health being endangers or even possibly death. You...
explain to the child doing the bullying why her/his behaviour is not acceptable;
we give reassurance to the child or children who have been bullied;
we help the child who has done the bullying to recognise the impact of their actions;
we make sure that children who bully receive positive feedback...
their child’s foodallergies or intolerances? EYMP 3 AC 5.2
It is important to followcarers’ instructions in respect of their child’s foodallergies or intolerance because the child will become poorly if they eat food that they are allergic too or have a intolerance with the food concerned.
If a parent or carer says that their child cannot eat a particular food it is important that the practitioners take note of this and make sure they respect the parent or carer’s instructions. Quite often there will be a noticeboard with the details of what children can and can’t eat, and it is...
to try new things. You do have to take in to consideration that children might have certain allergies such as milk intolerance this is why the staff offer milk and water to the children but this will mean the child can only have water, also if the child had an gluten allergies this means the child...
water and use the designated colour coded ones detailed in instructions. Food to be covered and stored appropriately |
As appropriate give details below of any differences. |
Question 3.8Describe the procedure that your organisation requires you to follow if a child goes missing on a...
It is important to followcarers’ instructions in respect of their child’s foodallergies or intolerances, as it is your responsibility to ensure that the child is safe in your care. You must be well informed on the required action you would need to take in the event of an allergy and be...
what food to make for the child.
It is very important to keep information about the children and family’s confidential to:
Protect children and families
To protect staff
It is important to build trust with the Childs family and carers as it allows them to feel safe and protected if you lose the...