Unit 110 Work with Parents to Meet Their Children.Docx

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Unit 110 Work with Parents to meet their Children’s needs
Outcome 1 ac1 The relationship between parents and their children is constantly adapting, beginning at birth. At birth is the point when the strongest attachment bonds form and parents strive to meet their baby’s every need.
As the child gets older i.e. around two years old the relationship as parents begins to change they start educating their children through discipline etc. When setting boundaries for discipline rules are implemented. The rules provide children with the freedom to express themselves within certain boundaries enabling them to learn and develop effectively.
Children of pre-school age through to adolescence are at the stage were parents begin teaching them
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they are mine (Mum and Dad) Another factor in the early stages is the babys routine as it defines them as it is suited to their individual characteristics and parents follow it strictly. As baby develops into a small child the begin to make sounds which then become words which gives them a voice which is a big part in defining who they are as they can communicate more effectively Children from 3 to four years old have a greater ability to see themselves as individuals as they have more independance they also have the ability to be descriptive, rather than judgmental saying what they see i.e. that girl has pink hair mummy when standing beside the person in a shopping queue. When children reach school age they have managed to make it through transition’s the main one being starting school. At this age children can now be spoken to and communicate back with understanding so they have the ability to say what they feel and want as do their parents and carers.

Unit 110 Work with Parents to meet their Children’s needs
Outcome 2 ac1 In my setting we support parents in understanding that both parents and children develop and change over time and have distinctive temperaments by organising recording information in the daily communication books and generally speaking to the parents and carers regarding the child. We always try to reassure parents if there are any concerns and