Health and social care: Unit 1

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How many life stages are there?
six
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What is the life stage of 1-2 years?
infancy
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What is the life stage of 3-8 years?
early childhood
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What is the life stage of 9-18 years?
adolescence
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What is the life stage of 19-45 years?
early adulthood
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What is the life stage of 45-65 years?
middle adulthood
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What is the life stage of 65+ years?
later adult hood
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It means an increase in physical size for example height or weight.
growth
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It means an increase in skills, abilities and emotions.
development
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The period of time between birth and death.
lifespan
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One of a number of distinct phases people pass through during their lives.
life stage
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Something that has an influence on other things.
factor
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The influence of our genes.
nature
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The influence of our environment.
nurture
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The acronym of physical, intellectual, emotional and social.
P.I.E.S
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Anything to do with the body. Usually relates to growth and development.
Physical
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Relates to the mind learning and thinking.
Intellectual
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Relates to our feelings and self-image.
emotional
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Relates to the relationships we have throughout our lives.
social
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Use of large muscles.
Gross motor skills
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Use of small muscles
Fine motor skills
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An automatic uncontrollable (without thinking) response to a physical change. (e.g.
reflex
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This occurs when a baby is startled. It throws out its arms and legs, then pull them back with fingers curled.
Moro Reflex
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The baby will grasp an object placed in the hand. An example is a soft toy.
Grasp reflex
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What do you lose as you grow up.
reflexes
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When a baby is held with its feet touching the ground its legs will make forward movements as if walking.
walking reflex
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Normally occurs during infancy. Infants will play by themselves. E.g playing with little toys.
Solitary play
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When children play next to each other but not together. E.g one child play with building blocks the other with a doll.
parallel play
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When children play together. E.g. a game of tag.
co-operative play
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A type of play that allows children to learn about the world around them. E.g. playing house and mimicking adults.
Pretend play
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A division of a society based on social and economic status.
social class
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Despite benefits, having insufficient money to afford essentials to live.
poverty
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Money earned over a long period of time.
income
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Work that requires the use of physical skills.
manual work
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Being rich and having plentiful supplies of goods and money.
wealth
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Work that depends primarily on mental skills.
non manual work
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The chemicals made in our body which cause and control changes.
Hormones
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When the uterus lining breaks down and blood cells leave the body through the vagina.
Periods
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Feelings such as happiness and sadness.
Emotions
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The time of change from a child to an adult. Both our bodies and our emotions change.
Adolescence
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The first stage of adolescence when our bodies start to change.
Puberty
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Children are all born with a complete set of this. However, it doesn't become active until the ages of 10-18
sex organs
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This is a organ located in men which make sperm cells.
testes
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This is a organ located in women which make egg cells.
ovaries
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Male hormone.
testosterone
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Female hormone.
oestrogen
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Not married but living together.
cohabit
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The biological change that takes place over time to the human body affecting its structure and function.
Ageing process
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The natural and permanent stopping of menstruation (periods) occurring usually between the ages 45 and 55.
Menopause
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The feeling of loss when one or more children leave the family home.
Empty nest syndrome
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A dramatic period of self doubt caused by the passing of youth and the move into later adulthood.
Mid-life crisis
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A unique emotional relationship between a baby and its primary carer.
Attachment
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This type of attachment sets your baby for life: eagerness to learn, healthy self awareness, trust and consideration for others.
secure
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This type of attachment fails to meet the infants need for safety and understanding. Confusion in their own identity, difficulties learning and relating to others in later life.
insecure
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When your tone of voice, gestures and emotions is picked up by the child.
non-verbal attachment
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The transmission of a particular quality or trait from parent to offspring through their genes.
heredity
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Being unhealthily overweight.
obesity
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An organised community.
society
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A persons sex (male/female) or nature.
gender
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An illness or sickness.
disease
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Hxneul._.Chan

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You got the first question wrong, there are actually SIX life stages, even you included only six as well. Please double check this resource, others are trying to get a good grade and this is ruining the chance to do so (not trying to be mean, just stating the truth). I'm looking at the specification and a GCSE Edexcel H&S textbook.

11salmaa

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Sorry, for the mistake. I didn't realise at all. Thank you for pointing it out.:)

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