Health and social care unit 1

what are the 6 life stages?
Infancy, early childhood, adolescence, early adulthood, middle adulthood, later adulthood.
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name 3 physical developments in infancy.
gross motor skills develop, fine motor skills develop, infants by age of 2 can usually walk, hold a pencil and point.
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name 3 intellectual developments of infancy.
using language, basic understanding of the world, grasp the concept of basic emotions.
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name 3 emotional developments in infancy.
bonding, trust, distressed.
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name 3 social developments in infancy.
created an internal working model, solitary play, parallel play.
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what is an internal working model?
A template for future relationships.
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what is solitary play?
playing on their own.
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what is parallel play?
playing alongside others but not with each other.
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name 3 physical developments of early childhood.
taller, stronger, balance improves.
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name 3 intellectual developments of early childhood.
communication improves, learn to read and write, begin to find solutions for problems.
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name 3 emotional developments in early childhood.
experience more feelings and learn what they are, become independent and listen to others.
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name 3 physical developments in infancy.

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gross motor skills develop, fine motor skills develop, infants by age of 2 can usually walk, hold a pencil and point.

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name 3 intellectual developments of infancy.

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name 3 emotional developments in infancy.

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name 3 social developments in infancy.

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