P.I.E.S and Life Stages

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  • P.I.E.S and Life Stages
    • Infancy (0-2)
      • Gross motor skills
        • Being able to move/control the larger limbs of the body like your legs
          • Crawling
            • Walking
            • Running
      • Fine motor skills
        • Being able to move/control smaller limbs of the body like your fingers
          • Holding a spoon
            • Tying a shoelace
            • Writing
      • Language Development
        • The process children go through when learning to communicate with others
      • Egocentric
        • To see the world only from your viewpoint/perspective
      • Bond
        • To form and attachment with a parent or carer
    • Early Childhood (3-8)
      • Social Play
        • The stage where children play together, sharing their toys.
      • Role Models
        • Someone who people copy because they admire the person's behaviour
    • Adolescence (9-18)
      • Abstract Thinking
        • The ability to think  about something that might not exist
      • Peer Group
        • The social group a person belongs to with influences behaviour
      • Oestrogen
        • A female hormone that controls the development of sexual characteristics and  stimulates change in the reproductive system
      • Testosterone
        • A male hormone that controls the development of the male sexual characteristics
    • Early Adulthood (19-45)
      • Physical Peak
        • When someone is physically at their fittest
      • Menopause
        • The natural permanent stopping of menstruation (periods) usually between the ages of 45-55
    • Middle Adulthood
      • Mid-Life Crisis
        • A dramatic period of self-doubt caused by the passing of youth.
    • Late Adulthood (65+)
      • Dementia
        • An illness that affect the brain and memory, which gradually makes you loose that ability to think for yourself
      • Skin Elasticity
        • Where the skin gets so stretched that it doesn't return to it's natural form, causing wrinkles.


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