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  • Health and Social Care - Understanding Personal Development and Relationships
    • Life stages
      • Infancy
        • 0-3
          • Starts crawling
          • Pulls him/herself up
          • Walking
          • Body grows quickly
      • Childhood
        • 4-10
          • Develop control over your body
          • Emotions become more complex
          • Controlled response
          • Can relate to others better
      • Adolescence
        • 11-18
          • Sexual maturity
          • New roles and responsibilities
          • Develop relationship with all ages and sexes
          • Work skills
          • become more independant
          • Develoop moral values
          • Social behaviour becomes more respectable
      • Adulthood
        • 19-65
          • Begin to settle down
          • new skills and knowledge acquired
          • The amount you learn begins to slow, it doesnt stop though!!
          • You chose living arrangements
          • Get a permanent job
          • Money arrangements
          • Helth requirements
      • Late Adulthood
        • 65+
          • You retire
          • Begin to show signs of aging
          • You become weaker
          • Loss of older family members e.g. parents
          • Living arangements e.g. with children, nursing home
          • Own children have children
    • P.I.E.S
      • Physical development
        • Height and weight measured by nurses and compared with a chart
        • Hormones control the growth in the body
        • It is also known as ageing
        • The process that helps children to learn to mve and use their bodies such as walking throwing catching and reflexes
      • Intellectual development
        • Develops rapidly until the age of around 18
        • Learning to talk read write
        • Able to recognise and remember people and items
        • the ability to use language
        • Also known as cognitive development
        • The way that children learn to think, use their brains memory and solve problems
      • Emotional development
        • Maintained through relationship with family throughout life
        • Emotional development is all about the way you feel towards yourself and others
        • Love fear hate anger happiness
        • How a person learns to control their behaviour
        • The way we learn to express and control fellings, it starts with  a sucessful bonding or attatchment towards someone
      • Social development
        • Learning to socialise
        • Learning how to get along with others
        • About relationships with others
        • we need comfort support and company off others
        • The way we learn to play and work with other people, forming a relationship
    • Growth
      • Increase in size and mass e.g. getting taller
    • Development
      • Increase in skills, abilities and emotions e.g learning to read
      • Factors affecting growth and development
        • Genes
        • Diet
        • Physical exercise
        • Illnesses
        • Gender
        • Family relationships
        • Education
        • Ethnicity
        • Life experiences
        • Marriage
        • Divorce
          • Marriage
        • Death
        • Income
        • Material possesions
        • Housing
        • Pollution
        • Access to health services
        • Growth
          • Increase in size and mass e.g. getting taller
    • Self concept
      • How we view ourselves
      • What other poeple think about us
      • Felling positive
      • Being happy with life
      • Believing you are god at something
      • Influences on self concept
        • Age
        • Gender
        • Appearance
        • Culture
        • Emotional maturity
        • Education
        • Relationships with others
        • Sexual orientation
        • Life experiences
    • Support available
      • Family
      • Friends
      • Proffesional help from health and social care workers
        • Specialist nurses
        • Social workers
      • Informal support from members of faith
        • Church groups
      • Social Support Groups
        • Marriage Guidance
        • Connexions

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