LIFE STAGES

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  • LIFE STAGES
    • Infancy 0-3
      • Physical development
        • gross motor skills
        • fine motor skils
        • new born- primitive reflexes
        • 1 month- lifts chin, some control of head
        • 3 months - lifts head when on stomach
        • 4.5 months- sits up when supported
        • 6 months- sits unsupported, rolls and kicks
        • 9 months- stands alone
        • 12 months - pulls to stand. can walk holding the side
        • 15 months- walks independently
        • 3 years - stands on toes, can jump
        • 18 months- can run
      • Intellectual development
        • speech develops
        • two word statements
        • short phrases
        • understands speach
      • Emotional development
        • attachment to mom and dad
        • laughs when enjoying them self
        • cry's for attention or when upset
      • Social development
        • parallel play
        • co-operative play
    • childhood 4-10
      • Physical development
        • can run, skip and jump
        • baby fat lossed
        • stronger
        • head is larger but is smaller in proportion to the rest of body
        • can kick a ball
        • second/ permanent teeth grow
        • muscle tissues increases
        • develop balance
        • develop distinct features
      • Emotional Development
        • express more emotions
        • show signs of love, anger, fear ect
        • temper tantrums
      • Intellectual development
        • primary school
        • learn to read and write
        • understanding rules
      • social development
        • learn to play with others
        • play beside people
        • socialise more with others
        • form friendships
    • Adolescence 11-18
      • Physical development
        • Girls breasts develop
        • Boys shoulders broaden
        • Become taller
        • Shape changes
        • Girls hips widen
        • Puberty
        • Pubic hair grows
        • Grls start menstruation
        • Boy voice breaks
        • Boys penis and testicals develop
      • Intellectual development
        • Abstract thinking
        • GCSE exams
        • More independent - can make there own decisions
      • Emotional development
        • Exam stress
        • Intimate relationships
        • Mood swings
        • Anxiety
        • Hormones
      • Social development
        • Form new relationships
        • Intimate relationships
        • Start high school - meet new people
        • peer groups- become more important
    • Adulthood   19-65
      • physical development
        • menopause
        • sperm production lessens
        • wrinkles appear
      • social development
        • form working relationships
        • louse contact with school friends
        • form more intimate relationships
      • emotional development
        • stress from work
        • able to deal with emotions better
      • intellectual development
        • start fulltime work
        • Fully understand abstract concepts
    • Later adulthood 65+
      • physical development
        • bones become more brtlle
        • stiffer joints
        • hearing declines
        • blood pressure increases
        • hair becomes thinker and  greyer
        • skin wrinkles- loss of elasticity
        • sense of taste and smell gets worse
        • body organs become less efficient
        • mobility gets worse
      • intellectual development
        • creative activites
        • wise
        • memory gets worse
        • slow recation times
        • slower at working out logical problems
        • dementia
        • Alzheimer's
      • social development
        • book clubs
        • bingo
        • join clubs - meet new people
        • closer to family
      • Emotional development
        • bereavement
        • loss of self worth
        • low self esteem
        • bitterness

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