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Scmp2 1.1 explain the factors that influence the well being of children and young people in early years settungs
Children and young people say that they want to be healthy and stay safe. Parents are the main providers of health care for their children, particularly in the early years. This standard addresses health promotion activities delivered by professionals from health, social care, education and other agencies, working in partnership with parents, to improve outcomes for children and young people.
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Children and young people say that they want to be healthy and stay safe. Parents are the main providers of health care for their children, particularly in the early years. This standard addresses health promotion activities delivered by professionals from health, social care, education and other agencies, working in partnership with parents, to improve outcomes for children and young people. Services offered may be universal, targeted or specialist, as needed by individual children and young people. Good communication and joint working between agencies is essential.
An important component of promoting the health of children and young people is the early identification of illnesses, environmental factors or individuals' activities that may contribute to disease, ill health or injury. Children, young people and their parents can then make informed choices and be properly supported.
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