1.1 explain the factors that need to be taken into account when assesing development confidentiality
It is important that the details of any assessment carried out isto remain confidential unless their are serious concerns regarding their well being or safety. Then confidentiality will breachd on need to know basis and relevant agencies would be contacted in line with policies and procedures. It is also important to receive permission from the parent(s) and the setting ou work for. Disability
Assessing a child or young person with a disability should not be compared to other children on their stages of development instead assessed on their own rate of development and progress. Low self- esteem also needs to b taken into consideration when assessing as compared to friends and other children ana young people, a child with a disability may feel in adequate or feel resentment at not being able to do the tasks their friends or peers can. childs feelings or wishes
If a child or young person has ongoing family problems at home thy may regress in their development or their behaviour may change. It is important to remember not to force a child or young person complete tasks you ask of them and when observing, you make them feel uncomfortable or are asked to stop you must do so. You would not get an accurate observation by forcing a child or young person to do something against their wishes and it will only cause upset and angst. CU1534
4.2 Explain the importance of engaging with a child to support sustained shared thinking. Using a topic a child is really interested in can allow for sustained shared thinking it can be talking about something or doing something which encourages conversation like we have done planting with our children this has really captured their imagination the children are talking about what they think seeds are going to grow into what happens as the plants grows, what might the plant produce. We are getting the children to reach...
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