AGE GROUPS | PHYSICAL | COMMUNICATION AND INTELLECT | SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL | EXAMPLES OF KNOCK ON EFFECTS | 0-1 YEARS | Holds,waves,kicks,crawls, rolls,passing,pincer grips stands,sits up, self feeding lifting,follow with eyes and hands | Points,cries,improved hearing,reponds to calls,shouts,laughs,basic speech sounds,knows own name,can follow simple vocal instructions,reacts to light changes, | Recongise faces,smiles,shows interest in family and others,shows fear of strangers, seeks attention,aware of surroundings,trantrums,shows anger,awareness of own feelings and others, | If any of the physicals are missing then the ability to interact socially is impaired so communication is delayed this applies to all age groups. | 1-3 YEARs | Walk,pull and pushes,drawing,kick a ball,jumps,put on pull off shoes,pedal | First words,understands more,links words together to form sentence,counting 1-10,very questioning,converses with parents, knows primary colours,body parts and animals, | Shyness,selfishness,toilet trained, mood swings, independence starts,social awareness,develops friendships, awareness of gender | If walking, jumping is impaired then they will be unable to socialise then speech is delayed.Also if toilet training is an issue then time spent enjoying and physical activity is reduced | 4-7 YEARS | Run and hop,throw and aim,bath&brush teeth, skips,dress&undress,hit ball balancing,write,sew,tie,ride,cut around objects | Reasoning,greater concentration, clear fluent speech,vocabulary expends continuiously,mimikes accents,knowledge of full name age and address,writing skills develops,colour knowledge,numerical skills greater,reading develops | Role play,competetive,turn taking,greater independence,fear of the unknown,self aware,needs friends,supportive of friends,morallly awareness increases,confident . | If the ability to dress& bath is not reached then independence is not possible sofriends less
1 Know the statutory responsibilites and rights of employees and employers within own area of work
1.1 list the aspect of employment covered by law
the main aspects of employment are,
* Minimum wage
* Hours worked
* Health and safety
* Holiday entitlements
* Redundancy and dismissal
* Disciplinary procedures
1.2 list the main features of current employment legislation
The spectrum of employment law in the UK covers three…
Unit 201 Understand employment responsibilities and rights in health, social care or children and young people’s settings
Outcome 1 Know the statutory responsibilities and rights of employees and employers within own area of work
Minimum wage (National Minimum Wage Act 1998)
Discrimination (The Equality Act 2008)
Hours worked (Working Time Directive 2003)
Breaks (Working Time Directive 2003)
Health and Safety (Health and Safety at Work 1974)
Holiday entitlement (The Employment Act…
Unit 201 Principles of communication in adult social care settings
Outcome 1 Understand why communication is important in adult social care settings
1.1Identify different reasons why people communicate
In care we communicate in order to gain a relationship with others, to give and receive information and instructions. To make sure others can understand us and that we are being understood. It’s easier for us to give opinions, share our emotions and feelings and to give encouragement to show…
City and Guilds Level 2 Award Support Work in Schools
Child and Young Person Development
OUTCOME 1 Know about factors which influence growth and development in children from birth to 19 years
1.1 Outline the patterns and stages of development for children from birth to 19 years
They can control their muscles and movements at around 3 months old.
They usually start rolling, crawling and shuffling before they are 1 years old.
They usually start…
Identify the different reasons people communicate
Communication is a tool with which influence can be exercised on others. Communication can be used to bring out changes in attitudes, motivate people and establish and maintain relationships. Communication is vital for seeking and providing information. We communicate to express our emotions like courage or fear, joy or sorrow, satisfaction or disappointment with appropriate gestures and words. Communication is crucial for developing positive…
LEVEL 2 AWARD IN SUPPORT WORK IN SCHOOLS
Unit 201 Workbook
Child and young person development
Complete the three tables showing the sequence and rate of development for children and young people from birth to 19 years
Table 1: Physical development
Explain the sequence and rate of development
When babies are first born, their movements are grasping and sucking, in this early stage they have very little control over their bodies. They cry for food or attention…
Unit 201- Introduction to communication in health
Name: Adeola Adewale
1. Identify the different reasons people communicate.
Communication is a way of exchanging information either verbally, in written or non-verbally. It may be to a child, to a parent, to a staff or to visitors. Communication takes many different forms, from talking through letters and memos.
There are many different reasons as to why people communicate in the setting:
* To give and receive information
* To give and receive…
!.2 Describe with examples how different aspects of development can affect one another.
Having completed a table about patterns of development in children from birth to 19 years, it may appear that the areas of physical, cognitive and emotional development are quite divided. However, it is important to understand that they are closely inter connected with one another.
In infants, a strong bond with the carer or parent who will talk and sing to the baby will have a huge impact on the…
Level 2 Diploma in Health and Social Care (Adults)
4222 Unit 201
Introduction to Communication in Health, Social Care or Children’s and Young People’s Settings
Tech Cert for Apprenticeships Unit 201
On successful completion of this workbook you will cover the unit
Assessment Criteria: 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 3.1, 3.2, 3.4, 4.1, 4.3, 4.4.
Please read the questions carefully and complete answers fully
Learner Name…Della Knight…………………………………………
Business & Administration SNVQ Level 2...
Carry out your responsibilities at work.
Unit summary and overview
This core unit has four sections.
Plan and be accountable for your work
Improve your own performance
Behave in a way that supports effective working
Good communication skills are essential for all administrators, and that include you! This is because you will regularly be involved with receiving and passing on information to your colleagues at work…