heath and social care unit 1

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  • heath and social care unit 1
    • P.I.E.S
      • E=emotional
      • S=social
    • life stages
      • INFANCY=0-2
        • CHILDHOOD=3-8
          • ADOLESCENCE= 9-18
            • EARLY ADULTHOOD=19-45
              • INFANCY=0-2
                • CHILDHOOD=3-8
                  • ADOLESCENCE= 9-18
                    • EARLY ADULTHOOD=19-45
                      • MIDDLE ADULTHOOD=46-65
                        • LATE ADULTHOOD=66+
              • MIDDLE ADULTHOOD=46-65
                • LATE ADULTHOOD=66+
    • gross motor skills
      • hopscotch
        • playing catch
          • digging
            • riding a bike
              • climbing frames
          • push and pull toys
    • fine motor skills
      • holding a rattle.
      • writing.
        • holding a rattle.
        • holding a small toy.
          • fine motor skills
            • writing.
              • holding a small toy.
      • Intellectual development
        • Problem solving-Needed to work things out and make predictions about what might happen.
      • sources of support
        • professional care and workers and services
          • formal(paid)
        • partners, family and friends
          • informal(unpaid)
        • voluntary, and faith- based services
          • refers to people in a social orginisation
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    • I=intelectual
    • Language development – essential to organise and express thoughts
      • MEMORY – essential for storing and recalling information
      • Intellectual development
        • Problem solving-Needed to work things out and make predictions about what might happen.
    • Moral development
      • INFANCY- Infants are egocentric.
        • CHILDHOOD- Follow basic rules.
      • heath and social care unit 1
        • P.I.E.S
          • E=emotional
          • S=social
        • life stages
          • gross motor skills
            • hopscotch
              • playing catch
                • digging
                  • riding a bike
                    • climbing frames
                • push and pull toys
          • sources of support
            • professional care and workers and services
              • formal(paid)
            • partners, family and friends
              • informal(unpaid)
            • voluntary, and faith- based services
              • refers to people in a social orginisation
                • Untitled
      • TEENAGERS-Understand fairness; develop own values; develop own understanding of right and wrong;
      • physical activity
        • diet
          • physical factors
            • genetic factors
            • effects of illness and disease

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