Unit 004 – Health and well-being (children and young people)

04 Jul

These digital and print-based resources provide an important foundation for learners to gain knowledge and understanding of factors that may affect the health and well-being of children and young people. This will include an understanding of the stages of child development, the impact of environments and the role of play.

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Well-being in the context of HSC

The term ‘well-being’ and its importance

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Factors that affect well-being

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Ways of working that support well-being

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Factors that affect wellbeing

Stages of development – Infancy 0-2 years

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Childhood 3-12

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Stages of development – Adolescence 13-19 years

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Factors that may affect children and young people – physical

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Factors that may affect children and young people – social and emotional

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Factors that may affect children and young people – economic

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Factors that may affect children and young people — environmental

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Importance of early interventions and partnerships

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Importance of promoting parent’s self confidence

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Attachment and its importance in child development

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‘Resilience’ and its importance

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Importance of self-identity, self-esteem and sense of security and belonging

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Differences between the medical and social models of disability

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What children need to stay healthy

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Agencies and workers supporting well-being in children

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Links between intellectual, physical and emotional growth

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Importance of engagement in meaningful and enjoyable activities

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Importance of creative development and the ‘arts’

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Everyday routines and activities

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Experiential learning

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Relationships and support networks

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Changes in a child or young person that would give cause for concern

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Environments

The features of a positive environment

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A welcoming, nurturing, safe, clean and stimulating environment

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Balancing periods of physical activity with rest and quiet time

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Importance of consistent routines

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Play

Play

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Speech language and communication

Speech language and communication development

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Additional support needs

Additional support needs

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Providing advice, guidance and support to help make positive choices

The range of agencies that provide information and advice

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Administration of medication

Administration of medication

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Personal care

Personal care

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These resources are intended as a starting point for your teaching and learning and are in no way indicative of what will be covered in an exam. These should be blended with other content to provide students with a fully rounded learning experience.

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