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Old 02-06-2012, 04:00 PM
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Question Describe the social, economic and cultural factors that impact on lives - CYP 3.7 1.1

Hi all! HEAD BLOCK!!!! 'Describe the social, economic and cultural factors that will impact on the lives of children and young people???

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I put.....As a practitioner part of my role is to be aware of issues that have a positive or negative influence on children’s lives. We should ensure that this is an understanding by every practitioner and it is at the centre of our work.

Poverty – A family living on a low income might not be able to provide for their children as hoped. Accommodation may be poor which can have an effect on the mental and physical health of children and their parents.

Offending or anti social behaviour – Such as behaviour by parents of a child may result in a child being taken into care.

Disability – The disability of a parent or child could affect educational provision, cause poverty or mean that the child is a carer. Support or respite care may be needed for the child or young person.

Bereavement and loss – Losing a family member or friend can affect the emotional and physical health of children and their parents. Adults losing a child or partner may find caring for any remaining children difficult.

Ethnic beliefs and customs – This could affect the dietary needs of children, clothing, customs or other aspects of their lives.



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it was for Unit 030. Thank You hanaa.a!!!
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As a belated add to this the Unit 030 or CYP 3.7 unit -

1.1. Social, economic, cultural factors e.g.:
• personal choice
• being in care system
• poverty
• housing and community
• educational environment
• offending or anti social behaviour
• health status of self or family member
• disability
• health support (GP, health clinic, access to A&E etc)
• addictions in family or self
• bereavement and loss
• family expectations and encouragement
• religious beliefs and customs
• ethnic/cultural beliefs and customs
• marginalisation and exclusion

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Hi all! HEAD BLOCK!!!! 'Describe the social, economic and cultural factors that will impact on the lives of children and young people???

Thanks 4 any help in advance!!x :-)
Hi
here are a few more:

Educational environment-
Settings that do not meet the statutory requirements required within the EYFS can affect a child’s development and potential. Within our setting we value parent’s participation as they are the child’s main educators, we are available at all times to speak with parents about their child or any concerns they have. We hope parents will see our setting as a safe and secure place that they can leave their children. We have a key person system that enables us to have a positive attachment with parents and child.
We encourage children to explore our setting we provide a free flow system that encourages the children to explore every area and for them to chose which activities they will take part in. Parents and children are made to feel welcome and comfortable with staff members. We are inspected by ofsted and we maintain the standards and guidance that is set by them and we regularly reflect and continue to develop our practice.


Family expectations and encouragement-
If we do not help and support children and young people, this can lead to low confidence and low self-esteem and sometimes spiral into challenging behaviour. When too much pressure is put on a child to do well this can result in the child getting stressed and afraid of failure such as when a parents puts pressure on a child to attend ballet lessons when the child doesn’t want to, the child will not do well in this because they don’t want to do it.


Health status-
Children or young people that have ill health may spend a vast amount of time in hospital or attending hospital appointments, this will impact on the child’s development due to missed time from pre-school or school, this can affect education on all aspects of development such as emotional and social aspects, making friendships etc. Asthmatics triggered by certain conditions could affect a child’s physical stamina and may need to take time out attending hospital/ doctor’s appointments etc. Ill health can affect many aspects of a child’s development such as medication that may cause drowsiness and certain medications can restrict them on what they can do. Due to time being taken off for appointments this can affect their social skills and it can also slow down development and learning skills. There are some older children that look after parents that are ill, this is a huge impact on the young person social life and a lot of responsibility at such a young age.


Personal choices-
Within the United Nations Convention on the Right of the Child Act (UNCRC)
Children have the choices to make decisions for themselves the choices they make can have a significant impact on their life and development. If the child or young person does not have support from carers they will not have ground rules in place so they may be able to do as they please such as take drugs, smoke, have underage sex, this will hugely impact on their life. Children need to be encouraged or be given guidance on their life, it is very important for children to have good role models in their life, within our setting we provide good role modelling and guide them in the right direction.


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Default HELP! assignment 031 - CCLD 3 - Task A

I need help with task a - a description of possible social, economical and cultural factors which could affect children and young people.
I have written this and wondered if it was ok? going insane!

When working with children you should be aware of all possible social, economic and cultural factors which may impact on the upbringing of children and young people attending the setting. These factors are issues within society which will or can affect children or young peoples lives. Social factors – An example of a possible social factors could be a child having to deal with the separation of their parents. Being bought up in the set up, living with one parent and visiting other parent in a new home may have a negative impact on a child emotionally. This separation from having both parents around you in the same home to having only 1 parent in the family home can cause a child to feel very upset and alone during this transaction. This will also cause a lot of confusion, insecurities including lack of trust to adults around them and becoming afraid of caring for adults in and around their family homes. Economic factors – An example of a possible economic factor could be a child living with an unemployed parent or parents, this could affect a child's upbringing because a parent may not be able to offer adequate amounts of food, drink and good quality foods, parents may not be able to afford appropriate hygiene being unable to afford bills which could have affects on the living conditions of the family home even causing poverty. This example could have affects on the child: poor health, being underweight, illness' from poor living conditions such as from damp in the house and cause much more stress for the child to be present to. Cultural factors - An example of a possible cultural factor could be a families religious beliefs and views which can affect and can restrict activities the child can get involved in during their time at the setting. This could be seasonal and religious festivals such as Christmas. It can also affect their dressing needs which may show obvious signs of being different to others which may cause a child to have low self-esteem and lack in confidence. The way children who are bought up in a religious family may have different beliefs which alter the way in which they are bought up. This could affect a child as they may experience discrimination and equality which could affect possible opportunities later in life.



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Hi i was wondering if anyone would be able to help me please?
I've been asked to write about the social, economic and cultural factors that impact on the lives of children and young people. Specifically I've just been told to look at housing and community, being in care, bereavement and loss, and health support.
I've completed most of it, but have drawn a blank when it comes to the health support! I know it will have something to do with future health risks if the correct care isn't given when needed etc. but was hoping maybe someone could point me in the right direction of how to start writing about this? or any websites that can outline the impact of poor health support etc?
Any help would be greatly appreciated thank you
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