OCR Level 3 Cambridge Technicals in Health and

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OCR Level 3 Cambridge Technicals in Health and Social Care Unit 4: Development through

OCR Level 3 Cambridge Technicals in Health and Social Care Unit 4: Development through the Life Stages

Introduction During a person’s lifetime, they travel through a number of life stages. During

Introduction During a person’s lifetime, they travel through a number of life stages. During Within each life stage, people lifestyle will factors experience may both influence predictable a person’s and unpredictable growth and major life development. events.

Foetal development Biological life factors, eg: Effects of maternal lifestyle, diet or infections during

Foetal development Biological life factors, eg: Effects of maternal lifestyle, diet or infections during pregnancy Foetal alcohol syndrome Congenital defects

Infancy (0 -3 years) Predictable life Unpredictable lifeeventsmay mayinclude: Separation Starting prefrom parents school

Infancy (0 -3 years) Predictable life Unpredictable lifeeventsmay mayinclude: Separation Starting prefrom parents school or nursery Bereavement Serious injury Illness

Childhood (4 -9 years) Predictable life Unpredictable lifeeventsmay mayinclude: Birth of Starting sibling school

Childhood (4 -9 years) Predictable life Unpredictable lifeeventsmay mayinclude: Birth of Starting sibling school Making Being placed friends in care Illness

Adolescence (10 -18 years) Predictable life Unpredictable lifeeventsmay mayinclude: Bereavement Secondary school/ further education

Adolescence (10 -18 years) Predictable life Unpredictable lifeeventsmay mayinclude: Bereavement Secondary school/ further education Criminal Starting work activity Leaving Convictions home

Adulthood (19 -65 years) Predictable life Unpredictable lifeeventsmay mayinclude: Divorce Bereavement Employment Marriage Unemployment

Adulthood (19 -65 years) Predictable life Unpredictable lifeeventsmay mayinclude: Divorce Bereavement Employment Marriage Unemployment Parenthood Redundancy Insolvency Menopause

Older Adulthood (19 -65 years) Predictable life Unpredictable lifeeventsmay mayinclude: Retirement Loss of partner

Older Adulthood (19 -65 years) Predictable life Unpredictable lifeeventsmay mayinclude: Retirement Loss of partner Bereavement Becoming a main carer

Life factors Throughout each of these stages, people will encounter various environmental and socio-economic

Life factors Throughout each of these stages, people will encounter various environmental and socio-economic factors that could lead to delayed or arrested development, such as: Employment Sport status Income Occupations Lifestyle Pollution choices Diet Hobbies Alcohol Drugs Education Exercise Housing Access to social care health care services Access to recreational facilities

What will you learn? After completing this unit you will: Know stages of growth

What will you learn? After completing this unit you will: Know stages of growth and development throughout the human lifespan Understand potential effects of life factors and events on the development of the individual Understand physical and psychological changes of ageing

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