Stages of play (Social Development)

What is social development?
Learning how to interact socially with other individuals in the family and society in general. It enables people to develop relationships
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How do children learn and practice basic social skills?
Through play, they develop a sense of self interaction, they learn how to make friends and how to role play
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What is solo play? (0-2)
Children play on their own and explore the environment at their own pace.
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What is parallel play? (2-3)
Playing alongside another child but still independently
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What is co-operative play? (3-8)
Form relationships, play with other children
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What is independence?
Lack of reliance on others, making your own choices and having your own responsibilities
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How can you lose independence?
If you have an accident, through old age, imprisonment, controlling relationship, illness or financial issues
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What are the impacts of not having independence?
Frustration, depression, embarrassment, lack of dignity
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How is independence gained in early childhood?
Dressing themselves, brushing their teeth, nursery-socialisation, school, knowing what they do and don't like, hobbies
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How is independence gained in adolescents?
Friends, can organise their own time, friends can influence opinions but these may be different to other friends and family, driving
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How is independence gained when starting employment?
16-18 years, managing budget and savings, adapting from school to work, mix with older people and learn from their experiences, small income- afford to travel without parents which reinforces socialisation
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How is independence gained when leaving home?
Sacrifices- lower standard of living, housework, paying bills, juggle running a house, working and learning, distant from relatives-little help
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How is independence gained when starting a family?
Own family- separate from parents, children rely on you, having to put children before yourself, less time for yourself, lose financial independence- give up work and reliant on partner
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How is independence gained- middle adulthood?
Fixed income- financial freedom, reach the peak of their career.
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How is independence gained in later adulthood?
Know their abilities, care home they will have support, people remain active in their 80s and 90s, have time to develop IT skills so they can use social media and keep in touch with distant relatives, mobility and sensory aids available
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What are the early adulthood cognitive factors?
Realistic manners, pragmatic approach, expert knowledge from experience, abstract thinking and independent
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