CYPOP 1 Work wiyth babies and young children to promote their development and learning. 1.3 Explain the potential effects on development, of pre conceptual, pre birth and birth experiences
It is always advice to lead a healthy lifestyle .Future parents are advised to cut out smoking, drugs and reduce alcohol intake and be of an age where testis are still healthy. The parent habit gives a great affect of the baby in the womb. They could have lack of physical exercise, high cholesterol. The child in the womb can experience knocks and bumps which lead to disability, lack of iron and bad eating experiences the baby could then be born anaemic (weak) or low immune system, smoke inhalation can cause the child to have asthma.
3.1 Explain the benefits of the key worker/person system in early years settings. Babies and young children’s development is closely tied to the quality of the relationships that they have with others and especially the key person within their early years settings. Usually babies and toddlers do no like to be separated from their parents or primary carer, and therefore it is important that babies and young children are supported by a key person in their setting who will act as a temporary substitute for the care, love and attention that is usually provided by the parent. When the key person system works well within a setting, both parents and children are able to feel comfortable and relaxed during their time apart. The role of the key person is to help both the parent and the child and carries out the following:- 1. Provides stability and consistency for the baby or toddler.
2. Liases with the parents/primary carers. 3. Supports the parents/primary carers.
4. Carries out physical care activities such as feeding and nappy changing.
5. Helps the baby/child to sleep and to be there when the baby/child awakes.
6. Interacts with the baby. 7. Provides cuddles and physical reassurance.
8. Comforts the...
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