Health and Social Care Unit 1

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  • Health and Social Care Unit 1
    • Life Stages
      • Infancy (0-2)
      • Early Childhood   (3-8)
      • Adolescence (9-18)
      • Early Adulthood  (19-45)
      • Middle Adulthood  (46-65)
      • Later Adulthood  (65+)
    • P.I.E.S
      • Physical
        • Growing in normal stage eg how tall you are
      • Intellectual
        • To do with the brain e.g. problem solving at work/school
      • Emotional
        • Your feelings and how you understand them. Your face can show your emotions
      • Social
        • How much you socialise and how you build relationships
    • Self Concept
      • Self-Image (how you see yourself) + Self- Esteem (how confident you are)
        • What can effect it
          • Relationships
            • Appearance
              • Age
                • Gender
                  • Social Class
                    • Life Experiences
                      • Education
                        • Ethnicity
                          • Relationships with others
                            • Sexual Orientation
                              • Media
                                • Positive/ Negative comments
    • Motor Skills
      • Gross
        • Development of larger muscles in your body
          • Eg, Running, Skipping, Jumping, climbing
      • Fine
        • Development of smaller muscles in you body
          • Holding a pecnil, drawing, counting
    • Life Events
      • Expected
        • Eg, marriage, giving birth, retirement
      • Unexpected
        • Death of a loved one, being made redundant, illness
    • Socialisation
      • Primary
        • Takes place inside the home with the family
          • A persons acceptance and learning about norms and values
      • Secondary
        • Learn what is appropriate asa member of a smaller group in society
    • Factors
      • Economic
        • Wealth and Income
          • Occupation
            • Social Class
              • Poverty
      • Psychological
        • Mental
      • Social, Cultural & Emotional
        • Family
          • Culture
            • Friends
              • Personal Relationships
                • Marriage/Civil Cermonies
                  • Separation & Divorce
    • Support
      • Professional
        • E.g. a nurse or a doctor/GP
      • Informal
        • E.g. a friend or a neighbour or a family member
    • Barriers
      • Financial
        • Not enough money to access the services
      • Geographical
        • Area which a person lives and were the serivce is located
      • Physical
        • E.g. no wheelchair access
      • Cultural and Language Barriers
        • E.g. not being able to understand the service provider
      • Psychological
        • How an individual thinks about a service
      • Lack of Resources
        • Not enough resources or service to provide someone with

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