We also assess feeding and sleeping problems which were similarly severe if a diagnosis was assigned. There are no comparable data on year olds.
Handwriting becomes neater and smaller. Baby teeth fall replaced by adult teeth. Hand eye co-ordination improves. Increased ability academically i. Can form and articulate compound opinions. Creative and likes to experiment. Develops interests, seeks facts, capable of prolonged interest.
Can do more abstract thinking and reasoning. Vocabulary increases to 10, words. Sentence structure takes on greater complexity.
Ability to use grammar correctly including appropriate use of a wider range of language and punctuality. Appreciation of humour develops. Greater sense of independence. Better understanding of other people beliefs and opinions. Will debate and argue their own view point with clarity and an ability to justify their reasoning.
Can become sulky and withdrawn. Develops a greater interest in appearance and what others think of them. Physical changes brought on by puberty. Rapid growth and muscle development. Become more efficient at running, swimming etc.
Ability to be a team player. Possible acne or similar skin problems. Healthy appetite to discuss and debate opinions and causes.
Increased ability for more difficult maths, literacy, reading, researching. Can vocalise own ideas and beliefs. Increasingly able to memorise, to think logically about concepts, to engage I introspection and probing into own thinking.
To plan realistically for the future. Vocabulary increases to 20, words. Ability to manipulate language and use in appropriate settings. Can clearly and concisely articulate view points and question others points of view.
May appear moody, angry, lonely, impulsive, self-centred, confused and stubborn. Has essentially completed physical maturation, physical features are shaped and defined.
Probability of acting on sexual desires increases. Reading and writing matures. Ability to debate and discuss at higher level with peer groups.current and relevant legislation and policy affects work with children and young people.
Children Act , is one of the first pieces of legislations to recognise that the needs of the children . development of children and young people: Carry out activities with a child or young person to support their holistic development: Record observations of the child or young person’s participation in the activities.
Contribute to the evaluation of the activities. Unit 2: Understanding Children and Young Person’s Development Outcome 1 - Understand the pattern of development that would normally be expected for children and young people from birth - 19 years.
Healthy development of children and young people through sport Physical education and sport have an educational impact. Changes can be seen in (i) motor skills development and performance and (ii) educational potential.
This review aims to identify symptoms, concerns and outcomes that matter to children and young people (“young people”) with terminal illnesses and their families. Findings from the systematic review will inform the development of a relevant framework of health outcomes.
This paper reviews the empirical evidence relating to the effects of active engagement with music on the intellectual, social and personal development of children and young people.