3.1 describe the different transitions children and young people may experience.
This could make the child or young person frustrated because they are being turn away from their favourite place or even their friends, when a child or young person moves away he or she may feel lost or scared. Lonely or even anxious this could possible end in depression and the child or young person’s behaviour in nursery or school.
Friends moving away
This could make the child or young person feel upset, lost and nervous because he or she will now has to make new friends which may not be easy for some children and young people, if a child’s friend does move away its good to encourage them to join school clubs this will forces them to interact with other children.
This could make the child or young person feel confused because they can’t control what is happening to them, the changes the teenager or child will be going through may make them feel insecure and can result in a loss of confidence. Puberty could also make the child become dismissive or make the teenager or child become argumentative with parents or carers.
Starting a new school
when a child or young person moves school, they may start to feel sad, upset by thinking that they are leaving all their friends behind and may not see them every day anymore. Moving school could make a child or young person feel nervous because he or she has to make new friends and could make the child feel anxious because they don’t know what will happen. This could also make the child become shy or dismissive. They may start to leave school early try and stay home when it is school time in the morning.
When a Child or young person parents have a new baby, it could leave the older child feeling like they are not the baby anymore in that stage they may feel jealous or even upset because he/she may not be getting as much attention as before, this could make the child start to request more attention than before.
Parents divorce or separation
If a divorce or separation in process a child will have lot of practical issues to come to terms with such as where they will live, who they will live with and what access rights each parent will have. They start worried about the situation they will live with, start be sad, and feeling of loss or loneliness increase.
A death of one member of the family may causes problems with child or young person’s development. They may get very upset, become very quiet, could stop eating, even talking and they may not understand what is happened with the person who has died.
Violence and abuse
This is very distressing and damaging transition for child or young people. Child abuses affect the development of all aspects of development. They become extreme anxiety, depress and difficulty for them to form attachments and build relationships with anyone.
3.2 explain how to give adult support for each of these transitions. To give adult support for each of these transitions rely on: How difficult the change seem to be
the age of the young person or child
What happen and the child or young person suddenly change
Because we found hard sometimes to take in new information when it is life changing. Children or young person most of time needs to through about what their surrounded told them and sometimes they may need to ask question and seek reassurance from someone later on. It is also really important to be honest with the child as possible as so that the child can trust us. We also need to work closely with the adults and share information about the child’s needs. Refer the adult to the appropriate organism who can deal with the situation they live on. Help them financially in case of short of money.
Encourage the adult to create family activity which child can have turn and that will create new atmosphere in the family.
4.1 Explain how a work setting can encourage children and young...
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