Child Development PART ONE PARENTHOOD

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what are a child's besic needs?
food, love, care, shelter,clothing, safe and secure environment.
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what a good foundations for a child to flourish?
good role models
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what is a nuclear family?
parents and children living together.
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what a foster family?
Parents look after a child on a temporary basis.
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what is a one-parent family?
where one parent lives with a child or children.
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what is an extended family?
a large group of family living locally and support one another.
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what are different signs of cultures?
music, size of family, hygiene, lifestyle, foods, religion and clothing.
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what is an (step) reconstituted family?
when marriage occurs, one or both parents may bring chilren from a previous marriage or relationship.
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what is an same sex family?
a couple of the same sex which could also include children.
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what is an adoptive family?
where parent/parents legally adopt a child/children.
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what is an residential care home?
this is a home where they are there to ensure that the needs of children are met.
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what is marriage?
marriage is a legally commitment between a man and woman who wish to live together in a permanent relationship.
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what is an multicultural society?
is one that is made up of many different ethnic groups.
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what are factors to consider when planning a family?
money, stable relationship, child's needs, careers, age gap, ideal age and life style.
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a stable relationship will have
love, respect, comfort, loyalty, priorities, trust, security, give and take.
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what lifestyle changes are there after you have a baby?
social life disrupted, parents having little freedom, careeris effected as you take time off work, baby requires regular feeds.
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what might a baby need?
clothing, toys, equipement for trsvelling, bath equipement, changing equipement, somewhere to sleep, feeding equipement, equipment for sitting and playing.
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what are different types of accidents?
falls, choking, suffocation, road accidents, drowning, scalds and burns.
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