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Old 01-09-2012, 04:31 PM
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Default SCMP2-4.4 Explain the importance of informing relevant people

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Support for this unit can now be found here - promoting well-being and resillience in children & young people

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Well havent really done any of it as have not been able to find much info, so the questions i've got are,

SCMP2-4.4 Explain the importance of informing relevant people when there are concerns about a child or young person's health or well being.
Relevant people e.g.:
carers
social worker
lead professional
residential workers.

SCMP2-3.2 Explain how a solution focused approach will encourage children and young people to have a positive outlook on their lives. How focusing on the solution when dealing with a problem/ challenge helps children to be positive.

SCMP2-2.5 Explain how goals and targets identified as part of the planning process contribute towards building the self esteem of children or young people. Explain what do you understand by SMART targets and how these help to build self-esteem. Why is it important for children to set goals and targets and be involved in the process.

Explain the highlighted terms below and how these link to children’s well-being and resilience. How can you support children to develop these?
SCMP2-2.2 Explain how to support children and young people to identify with their own self image and identity.
SCMP2-2.1 Explain why social and emotional identity is important to the well being and resilience of children and young people.

SCMP2-1.2 Explain the importance of resilience for children and young people.

I know its a lot but any help would be greatly appreciated x

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Old 01-10-2012, 04:25 PM
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hi Sam - sorry for delay in replying - have suddenly been given a finish date! ahhhh!

section 1.2 Importance of resilience:
It is important to instil resilience in children and young people because it gives them coping mechanisms. It develops independence, empowers them, and gives them the skills to become autonomous, responsible, emphatic and altruistic. It gives them the tools to communicate with confidence, problem solve and handle negative thoughts, feelings and behaviours. It helps them face the world more optimistically – with hope, faith and trust in their own abilities. Resilience stops them feeling lonely, fearful and vulnerable.

2.1 social and emotional identity:

It is fluid and ever changing, growing, and developing with the child as a result of the child’s life experiences. Those experiences shape a child’s sense of who they are, where they belong and how society views them.
How a child is spoken to and treated impacts on their emotional identity. Negative interaction with a child or young person will result in a negative identity. If a child is ignored, not given high expectations, lacks support and encouragement they may view themselves as someone of little importance or worth. The environment in which they live can impact on their social identity. If they come from an area that is run down or known for its social problems they will be viewed as being part of the culture of the area. They will be given a negative social identity and may adopt one because it is the norm in the area or they have a desire to fit in. This could negatively impact on their well being and resilience.

2.2 self image and identity:
Identity and self image are key to a child or young person’s well being. A lack of identity leads to a sense of not belonging, of being an ‘outsider’. A poor self image leads to negative feeling about who they are and what they can achieve, resulting in poor self esteem. It is therefore important that children and young people are encouraged and supported to understand, not only their own self image and identity, but those of the people around them.
Identity and self image are about a sense of belonging. By showing children and young people that we are all different and that this is acceptable you are giving them the confidence to be themselves. By being understanding and adaptable you are showing them that they can develop and change their sense of who they are with each new experience and become the person they want to be.

3.2 solution focused approach:
A solution focused approach gets people to look at how they would like to see their preferred future. It then gets them to look at what is going right for them at the moment and explores the small steps needed to continue on this path in order to attain their preferred future.

It helps children and young people develop a sense of personal responsibility – they can identify with how, by taking a more positive approach to their life and the choices they make, they can change the direction in which their life may be heading for the better.

NB: soloution focussed brief therapy was the strategy being piloted in the case of Baby Peter Conolly's parent - bbc panorama

4.4 reporting concerns:
You have a duty, under your settings Child Protection and Welfare Policies to report any concerns you may have regarding a child’s health and well being. Failure to report it means you are failing the child. You are not trained, equipped, have the resources or access to the resources needed to help that child and will just be prolonging the problems. Early intervention means rapid and early access to support, thus preventing a cumulative effect. The later the intervention the harder it becomes to reverse the negative impacts.


hope all of this helps give you the starting point to answer the questions - you will need to expand and write further about each and - obviously - don't copy it!
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thansk thats given me help to get my 4.4 started. just need ideas now on 4.5 . once these two questions are done i will be on my last unit. ive set an end date of early July with my Assessor.
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