Support Children and Young People to Have Positive Relationship
1. identify the different relationships children and young people may have
➢ Parents, siblings and extended family ➢ Friends, enemies ➢ Doctors, dentist, LAC nurse ➢ Social workers ➢ Teachers/tutors ➢ Carer’s
Explain the importance of positive relationships for development and well-being (Learning outcome 1.2)
➢ Children’s welfare can be properly monitored. ➢ Children are given consistent care. ➢ Children’s needs and interests are identified. ➢ Skills and ideas can be shared. ➢ Plans for children’s care and education are more effective
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So, asking probing questions like: "what do you enjoy doing most?" or "what would you like to find out more about?" or "what would you be most happy doing as a job on a daily basis?" may help them make the decision for themselves.
| |If a person is understood, he or she belongs. | |
| |Carl Rogers | |
Effective communication is not just about speaking and listening. It is also about watching and feeling. Our body language and tone of voice actually communicate more strongly than the words we use. So, listening effectively involves tuning in closely to the other person’s body language and tone of voice as well as their words.
Good relationships can lead to great ideas, creativity and achievement. We are all different, and in good relationships, people celebrate their differences, they don't just tolerate their differences. They may have different religious or political beliefs, different kinds of lifestyles, different personalities or different abilities. But they use this diversity and richness of experience to create better ideas and new solutions or create a great team achievement.
Children, especially teenagers, often want to 'fit in' with their peer group. Feeling comfortable with the people around us is important. But to fit in and feel comfortable with