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explain the importance of designing services around the needs of children and young people
Each child and young person will have a differing set of needs, [ requirements and barriers that can prevent them accessing ways of achieving success. [ The five outomes of every child matters provides a requirement for settings to aim high for the children in their care ensuring they have the opportunity to acheive each one of them. It's also ECM that each country's early years framework is in
existance for, to fulfil - eyfs, foundation phase, foundation stage, pre-birth to 3 & curriculum for excellence. Children's trusts are designed to achieve the outcomes of ECM through identifying needs, refferal and multi agency working - what are children's trusts from DoH You'll need a way to find out what the child's views, ideas, preferences and what their own goals are, their stage of development - the area early years practioners can contribute significantly too, and if there are any medical needs, disability, impairements to be taken into account. Working with parents and carers will also enable you to find out about cultural and background information. To help accomplish this.. understand how important an individual is, their circumstances and their background. be able to listen to what's said verbally and non verbally be able and willing to ask questions allow the time necessary for information to be given, for it to be understood and absorbed. work with children and young people to share ideas and experiences organise and plan with care ............... ] ]
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Explain how to support children and young people according to their age, needs and abilities to make personal choices and experiences that have a positive impact on their lives
Weegy: You need to acknowledge and value the child or young person’s voice whenever possible in the planning process. You need to take into account the needs of the children and young people in your care. [ Children who learn to express their own needs also learn to consider the needs of others. They may develop skills of cooperation, negotiation and problem-solving. If you involve the children and young people and respect their ideas and their capabilities, they grow in confidence and self-esteem. One way of involving the children and young people, is to get them to help you plan activities they would like to do or get them You need to plan a wide range of activities to suit the children’s age, needs and abilities and give them a choice of what they can do. ] (More)
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