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What are physical factors affecting health and development?
Genetics and diet, physical activity and illnesses and disease.
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What are social and emotional factors affecting health and development?
Gener and life experiences, family relationships and educational experiences.
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What Economic factors affect health and development?
Income and material possessions.
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What enviromental factors affect health and developmemt?
Housing conditions, pollution and access to health and welfare services.
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What are some effects on development?
Effects the self esteem of the individual, the physical and mental health of the individual, the effect of employment prospects of the indivdual and the effect on the individual of the level of education recieved.
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What are life stages of growth and development?
Infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood, later adulthood.
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What happens in physical growth development during childhood?
Height and weight and the development of teeth in relation to the norm of age.
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What physical developments happen during childhood?
Gross and Fine motor skills.
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What intellectual developments happen during childhood?
Language developement including verbal and non verbal, reading and writing and cognitive development (what goes on inside your brain).
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What social and emotional developements happen during childhood?
Bonding, Friendships, security and self-concept.
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Types of physical self concept?
Atttractiveness, how healthy we are, how fit we are. and if we are generally good at sports and physical exercise.
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Types of intellectual self concept?
How good we are at academic work, art, music, ect.
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Types of emitional self conflict?
Understanding our own feelings, and other peoples feelings, how you get on with people and how good you are at getting on with and concentrating on work.
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Types of Social self conflict?
Relationships with members of your own family and with friends and colleagues.
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What are influences on self-concept?
Age, appearences, genger, culture, education, relationships with others, sexual orientation, life experiences and emotional maturity.
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What are some life experiences?
Birth, death, marriage, divorcem retirement and redundancy.
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What are some economic factors?
Income, debts, availability of more for needs and for what you want.
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What are some enviromental factors?
Housing, pollution, access to health and welfare services.
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Name some providers and sources of professional support?
GP/Doctor, Social Worker, Occupational Therapist, Practice and District nurse, Health visitor, Counsellor and Psychologist.
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Name some providers and sources of Voluntary and Faith Bases support?
Priest, Counsellor, Relate, Help the Aged, CAB (Citizens Advice Bureau).
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Name some providers and sources of informal support?
Friends, Family, Patrners and Neighbours.
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How does support help people to cope? Give some examples
They feel recieved that someone is listerning, more independent, increased confidence, help cope with work and everyday life, reduced stress, feel more loved, valued and relaxed, being reassured that progess is being made&being helped to manage pain.
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What are the effects on living in a rural area?
Promotes good health because of natural open areas, May be physically fitter as open country side enables you to walk, cycle ect, May be more economically aware as money is needed to reach urban areas for shopping, leisure activitys ect.
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Effects on living in an urban area?
Illness treated quickly because services are easier to access, less fit as there are fewer open spaces or they may be difficult to reach e.g. cycling, More confident in social situations and be able to spend more money-travelling costs not needed.
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What are types of neglect?
Physical, Verbal, Emotional, Sexual and Psychological.
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What are examples of different types of working relationships?
Student and teacher, Employer and employee, Peer and peer working, Self-employed and contractor and Contractor and employee.
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What are some requirements of a good working relationship?
Trust, respect, loyalty, honesty, reliability and cooperation.
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What are some positive elements of retirement?
Gardening, taking up new hobbies, travelling to new places, helping to care for grandchildren and returning to education to learn something new.
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Examples of gross motor skills?
Can lift head up at 3 months when lying on front, Can run&walk at 3 years, Can walk up&down stairs at 3 years, Crawls very quickly at 1 years, can sit unsupported for short periods at 6 months&pulls into standing position-8 months holding furniture.
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Examples of fine motor skills?
Plays with fingers at 3 months, able to grasp an object at 6 months, Can hold small crayons prperly, deliberately drops things on floor at 9 months and starts to show a preference for using one hand at a year.
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