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  • Assignment 23 Task a - Diploma Childrens and Young Peoples Workforce
    Assignment 023: Understand Child and Young Person Development Task A1: Tables showing sequence and rate of development for children and young people from birth to 19 years Table 1: Physical Development Age Range | Explain the sequence and rate of development | 0-3 months | At birth babies...
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  • Rates and Sequences Development
    own. All information from the following. www.child-development-guide.com/child-development-stages.html www.kidshealth.org/parent/growth/growing/childs-growth.html Physical Development 0-3 years The first stages of a childs physical development is being able to move their head from...
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  • Understand Child and Young Person Development
    A1 Table 1: Physical Development Age Range | Explain the sequence and rate of development | 0-3 months | Babies at birth have learnt to use their reflexes e.g. grasp reflex where a babies puts their fingers round object that has...
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  • . Explain the Sequence and Rate of Each Aspect of Development from Birth-19 Years.
    and continues until much later in life. Below i have listed the sequences and rate at which children develop. 0-3 months Physical development: Some movement skills are mastered Able to hold a rattle but not with a steady hand Beome easily startled with unfamilair sounds and actions Respond to...
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  • CYP3.1.1 & CYP3.1.2
    , I will divide the stages in to the following age groups: • • • • • 0-3 years 3-7 years 7-12 years 12-16 years 16-19 years Physical Physical development looks at the gross motor skills. e.g running, skipping, climbing and the fine motor skills e.g cutting, threading and writing...
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  • Level 3 Childrens and Young Peoples Workforce Assignment 023
    note about both in order to plan effectively for them. It is also a check to see whether their rate of development is typical or needs further investigation or support. | (Ref 1.2) Table 1: Physical development Age range | Explain the sequence and rate of development | 03 months...
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  • Unit 1
    further in others. Table 1: Physical development Age Range | Explain the sequence and rate of development | | | 0-3 months | As a newborn, infants are showing signs of physical development. They can move their head and limb, will start to grasp fingers and if held in a upright position use...
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  • unit 3 child development
    Task A A1-Table 1- Physical Development Age range:- Explain the sequence and rate of development :- 0-3 months Children are born with reflexes Swallowing and sucking reflexes would ensure a child is able to feed and swallow milk Rooting reflexes would allow a baby to move its head to...
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  • essay
    birth – 19 years. Answer to 1.1: Below I have explained the sequence and rate of each development from birth – 19 years old in great detail. 0-2 Years – Physical Development: * The baby lies supine (1 month old) * The baby turns its head towards light and stares at bright and shiny objects (1...
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  • Communtity Development
    Communication Development | |Age range |Explain sequence and rate of development | |0-3 months |Babies will...
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  • Shc31
    Development Chart From Birth to 19 Years Age | Physical Development | Communication & Intellectual Development | Social, Emotional and Behaviour Development | 0-12 months | Birth: swallowing, sucking, rooting, grasp, startle, walking and standing reflexes. By 3 months...
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  • The Difference Between Sequence of Development and the Rate of Development.
    comes to monitoring child/young person’s needs during stages of their school years. We can then plan effectively to make sure the child receives the help and support they need in areas they could find difficult. E.g. Physical development should follow a specific pattern; a baby of 0-3 months should...
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  • Explain the Difference Between Sequence of Development and Rate of Development and Why the Difference Is Important
    may not talk at the usual age. In addition, the sequence of development suggests that, for instance children 0 to 3 years, physical development when born they have limited control over their bodies, and by 12 months they will be able to crawl or roll over. However the difference with the rate of...
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  • Child Development
    the death of a loved one. It teaches them right from wrong and helps them learn to respect others. 0-3 months Physical development • Sleeps much of the time and grows fast • Raises head and chest when lying on stomach. • Supports upper body with arms when lying on...
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  • Cyp 3.1
    Assessment Task – CYP Core 3.1 Understand Child and Young Person Development An Explanation of the Sequence and Rate of Each Aspect of Development from Birth to 19 Years Aspects of a child and young person’s development include: Physical Development: Gross motor skills (using large muscles...
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  • Understand Child Young Person Development
    when it comes to monitoring child/young persons needs during stages of their school years. We can then plan effectively to make sure the child receives the help and support they need in areas they could find difficult. E.g. Physical development should follow a specific pattern; a baby of 0~3 months...
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  • Devolopment Birth-19yrs
    developmental progress. Guide to a child’s development. Social and emotional development Physical development Intellectual development Language development 0-3 months Responds to voices, sounds and faces but feel most comfort with their mother or main carer. Learning...
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  • Child Development
    child developing, Rate means the speed in which a child develops. Social development The Children’s do not develop at the same rate as each other every child has different rate of development. For example a child from (0 to 3 months) Crying stops when they listen to others and responds by smiles...
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  • Table of Development
    Task A 1 Physical development | Age Range | | 0-3 months | Reach and discover feet.Legs kick vigorously, together and separately. Lifts head and will turn towards sound and light.Moves head to follow adult movement. | 3-6 months | Has good head control. Rolls over from back to side...
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