Health and social revision mindmap

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  • Health and social
    • Life stages
      • Infancy =birth - 3yrs
      • Childhood = 4-10yrs
      • Adolescence = 11-18 yrs
      • Adulthood = 19 - 65 yrs
      • Later adulthood = 65 + yrs
    • Development (PIES)
      • Physical
        • Growth and changes in our body eg growing taller
      • Intellectual
        • Development of the mind eg counting and reading
      • Emotional
        • Development of feelings and how they effect us eg love , hate and being accepted
      • Social
        • Gain in understanding of relationships also development of of skills in children eg learning to dress them selves and to use the toilet on there own
    • Factors affecting growth and development
      • Physical factor
        • genetic  factors
        • Diet
        • Physical activity
        • Effects of illness and disease
      • Social and emotional factor
        • Gender
        • Family relationships
        • Frienships
        • Educational experiences
        • Employment / unemployment
        • Ethnicity and religion
        • Life experinces
      • Economic factors
        • Income
        • Savings
        • Essential bills
        • Debts
      • Environmental factors
        • Housing conditions
        • Pollution
        • Access to health and welfare services
    • Self concept
      • Age
      • Appearance
      • Gender
      • Culture
      • Emotional development
      • Education
      • Relationships
      • Life experiences
    • Sources of support
      • Partners , family and friends
        • Informal carers
      • Professional care and workers and services
        • Formal Carers (paid)
      • Voluntary and faith - based services
        • Refers to people to specialist organistations
          • CAB ( citizens advice burearu

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