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Old 02-13-2012, 08:29 PM
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Default CCLD 3 Describe the social, economic and cultural factors that will impact on the lives of children and young people

Please help me ....Describe the social, economic and cultural factors that will impact on the lives of children and young people
May include:
personal chioce
being in care system
povery
housing and community
educational environment
offending or anti social behaviour
health status of self or family member
disability
health support
addictions in familyor self
bereavment or loss
family expectations and encouragment
religios beliefs and customs
ethinic/cultural beliefs/customs
marginalisation and exclusion

Pleeeease help , i just need a push in the right direction.

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Some children may suffer from a condition that affects their health or have a cultural background that excludes them from certain activities part of your role will be to be aware of the issues that can have a positive or negative influence on children’s lives. You should ensure that this understanding is at the centre of your work & then you will be following the child.
five ECM outcomes:
• Be healthy
• Stay safe
• Enjoy & achieve
• Make a positive contribution
• Achieve economic wellbeing
Children’s lives can vary & that families & children may need support at certain times in their lives.
Social Economic & Cultural Factors Possible impact on lives of children.

Personal choice-Families may make the choice to live in a way that varies from the norm e.g. communal living, nomadic families or same gender parents. This may affect the way other families & society relate to such children; a child’s schooling might be affected if they are part of a travelling community.
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 & physical health of children & their parents.
Housing & Community-Poor quality or cramped housing conditions can negatively affect a child’s development. Living in a community where children have challenging or anti-social behaviour can isolate families, making them reluctant to let their children play in the community. Rural communities can isolate families & make it difficult to access education or health facilities because of limited transport.
Educational Environment-There is many different educational environments. All educational settings are regulated. A setting that does not meet statutory requirements may affect child’s development & potential. Offending or anti-social behaviour Such behaviour by parents of a child may result in a child being taken in to care.


Involving children can make a positive contribute to their environment
• Develop children’s communication skills
• Support children’s right
• Ensure legal responsibilities are upheld
• Ensure choices are truly democratic
• Promote children’s protection by ensuring their concerns are listened to
• Make the CYP feel valued and respected by involving them in decision making
this is what i put and has been passed hope it helps
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Thankyou so much for your help
I knew i was going along the right lines i just wast sure how to get the ball rolling!
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