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explain how institutions, agencies and services can affect children and young peoples development?
The Senco in an educational setting give support to children and families with special needs this person/s is also responsible for identification of special needs. [ A dditional learning support staff works within and outside schools providing a range of services to help children who have certain specific educational needs. This might include people like teaching assistants or advisors to
provide support and train staff. Youth justice this is based on children with behavioural problems these people will work with them and social workers to help them. Social workers are there to help vulnerable children and young people and their families this might include children on the child protection register or disabled children. Psychologist is a professional who helps support children who have learning or behavioural difficulties. They provide teachers and practitioners with aimed support programmes for that child once they have identified the child’s needs. A specialist nurse provides support for the family and child especially if that child suffers from medical conditions that need specialist care also health visitors come under this title for measuring and assessing a child’s development . A psychiatrists is a doctor who is trained in mental health problems this person works alongside other professionals to help diagnose or support children and young people with mental health problems. Physiotherapist this professional help children with their movement especially those who have little or no movement they are trained to get the maximum movement and skill level. ]
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Explain the importance of a person centred and inclusive give example of how implememted at work
Weegy: Person centred thinking and planning is founded on the premise that genuine listening contains an implied promise to take action. [ [ Unless what is learned about how the person wishes to live, and where they wish to go in their lives is recorded and acted upon, any planning will have been a waste of time, and more importantly a betrayal of the person and the trust they have placed in those who have planned with them. In the UK initiatives such as individual budgets and self directed supports using models like In Control mean that Person Centred Planning can now be used to directly influence a person's Support Planning, giving them direct control over who delivers their support, and how it is delivered.[14] PCP tools can be very powerful methods of focused listening, creative thinking and alliance building that have been shown both by experience and by research to make a significant impact in the lives of people who use human support services, when used imaginatively by people with a commitment to person-centeredness. Used well, with enthusiasm and commitment, these tools can be an excellent way of planning with people who might otherwise find it difficult to plan their lives, or who find that other people and services are planning their lives for them. Person-centered planning utilises a number of techniques, with the central premise that any methods used must be reflective of the individual's personal communication mechanisms and assist them to outline their needs, wishes and goals. ] ] (More)
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explain the importance of a person and inclusive approach give examples how this is implemented at work in simple terms
Weegy: he importance of a person centred and inclusive approach is your looking at the individual child and the needs of that child. [ My setting works with many outside agencies in order that the individual child has in place all they need to be included in all aspects of the school day. We have several children within our school who have different needs and they are assessed individually so they can be given the correct resources or 1:1 support in order for them to achieve their own individual goals. Some children will have an individual education plan (IEP) which will set out what they aim to achieve within a set time frame with support other children may need the school grounds to be adapted we have adapted our school in order for the child to gain access around the school ground so things like ramps in place and hygiene suites. Some children will require specialist equipment to help with their education and development anything from large keyboards to hoists. Its all about the needs of the individual child, some children may need the activity adapted to enable them to take part. Hope it gives you some ideas. ] (More)
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