Health & Social Care Revision

Tanisha Lloyd
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Tanisha Lloyd
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Health and social mindmap revision

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Health & Social Care Revision
1 PIES
1.1 Emotional
1.1.1 Ability to cope with feelings towards yourself and others.
1.1.2 Examples of emotional development: self-image, security and bonding and attachment
1.2 Intellectual
1.2.1 The development of language, memory and thinking skills.
1.2.1.1 Examples of intellectual development is: language development, problem solving and memory.
1.3 Physical
1.3.1 Growth and other physical changes that happen to our body throughout life.
1.3.1.1 Examples of physical development is: walking, running, growth.
1.4 social
1.4.1 The ability to form friendships and relationships and to learn to be independent.
1.4.1.1 Examples of social development is: friendships and relationships.
2 Fine motor skills.
2.1 Ability to move smaller muscles such as hands and fingers.
2.1.1 Examples of fine motor skills are: feed self and finger painting.
3 Gross motor skills.
3.1 Ability to move the bigger muscles/limbs such as arms and legs.
3.1.1 Examples of gross motor skills: playing catch and push and pull toys.
4 Expected life event.
4.1 An expected life event is an event that you know will happen.
4.1.1 Examples of expected life events is: parenthood, getting a job and starting school
5 Unexpected life event.
5.1 An unexpected life event is an event that you are not expecting to happen.
5.1.1 Examples of unexpected life events is: death of a partner or a relative, being excluded from school and imprisonment.
6 Life stages.
6.1 Infancy 0-2 years.
6.1.1 Physical=grow, crawl, walk and run Intellectual= talking Emotional= separation anxiety, social= going to nursery.
6.2 Adolescence 9-18 years.
6.2.1 Physical= puberty Intellectual= learn new skills Emotional= self-image Social= going out with friends
6.3 Early adulthood 19-45 years.
6.3.1 Physical= reach full height and strength Intellectual= going to college or further education Emotional= have close relationships with others Social= meet new friends through work.
6.4 Early childhood 3-8 years.
6.4.1 Physical= running and balance Intellectual- solve problems Emotional= able to start to cope with own feelings, Social= develop a wider circle of friends.
6.5 Later adulthood 65+ years.
6.5.1 Physical= mobility Intellectual= Alzheimer's disease Emotional= loss of close family members or partner/ friends Social= social isolation.
6.6 Middle adulthood 46-64 years.
6.6.1 Physical= begin to lose muscle tone and strength Intellectual= slower reflections Emotional= menopause Social= leisure activities and build new relationships
7 Life style choice
7.1 The decision you make can have an impact on your daily life.
7.1.1 Examples of a life style choice is diet, alcohol, drugs and exercise
8 Types of support
8.1 Formal
8.1.1 Physical or emotional support from a trained professional.
8.1.1.1 For example: counselling
8.2 Informal
8.2.1 Unpaid physical and emotional support from family and friends.
8.2.1.1 For example: support with day to day care needs such as mobility and shopping.
9 Growth and physiological change
9.1 Physiological means physical changes that take place throughout the life stages.
9.2 Growth describes and increase in height and weight.
9.2.1 Growth spurts: periods of fast growth.
10 Language development:
10.1 Language development is needed for thinking and learning.
10.2 Language development infancy: can follow instructions and link two words.
10.3 Language development in early childhood: speech is clearer and uses simple sentences.
10.4 Language development in adolescence: uses imagination to explore new ideas and continues to develop vocabulary.
11 Moral development.
11.1 Moral development is about the values that individuals develop.
11.2 Moral development in infancy: at the age of 0-2 infants are egocentric which means they can only see the world from their own view point.
11.3 Moral development in early childhood: begin to follow basic rules.
11.4 Moral development in adolescence: understand fairness and understand own values.
12 Genetic inheritance
12.1 Genetic inheritance is the passing of genes from parents to children. This influences a persons physical features and characteristics.
12.2 Examples of genetic characteristics is: height, skin colour, hair and eye colour.
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