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Explain how to give adult support for each of these transitions Essay Sample

Explain how to give adult support for each of these transitions Pages
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Starting or moving school (i.e. infants to junior to senior) Talk to the child find out how they feel about starting a new school. Answer any questions they have explain why they have got to go to /start their new school. Go with them if needed to have a look at the new school, meet the teacher. Involve the child in buying things they need for the start of school. Reassure them that it is going to be ok. moving class

Talk to the child find out how they feel about starting anew class. Answer any questions they have explain why they have got to start there new class. Involve the child in buying things they need for the start of their new class. Reassure them that it is going to be ok. starting college or university

By this age the young person should only need reassurance that they have chosen the right path for them, so answer any questions they have to the best of your ability andreassure them that they are doing well in whatever they are doing. moving home

Talk to the child find out how they feel aboutmoving home. Answer any questionsthey have explain why they are moving to a new home and, where possible, visit the new home, show them around it, involve them in the planning of the move and ask them how they would like their new room to look. Puberty

Talk to the child find out how they feel about what is happening to them. Answer any questionsthey have explainpuberty to them. Reassure them that it is going to be ok. Bereavement
Talk to the child find out how they feel.Answer any questionsthey have.Explain what has happened as best as possible. Reassure them that it is going to be ok. Parents splitting up

Talk to the child find out how they feel aboutthe family splitting up.Answer any questionsthey have. Reassure them that it is going to be ok & all the family still loves them just the same as they always have. Illness (their own or a parent’s or sibling’s)

Talk to the child find out how they feel about the illness. Explainthe illness to them. Explain to them what is going to happen. Answer any questionsthey have.Reassure them that it is going to be ok. Entry to, or leaving, a pupil referral unit

Talk to the child to find out how they feel about starting a new school (i.e. infants to junior to senior). Answer any questionsthey have and explain why they have got to go/start their new school. Go with them, if needed, to have a look at the new school and meet the teacher. Involve the child in buying thingstheyneed for the start of school. Reassure them that it is going to be ok. moving through child health services into adult services

Talk to the child and let them know that you are there to provide them any support they need and that they can always ask you questions to ease their mind. coming out as gay, lesbian, bi, or transgender

Whether a child has come out to you, or if you found out unintentionally that he/she is gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender, the child needs you. Every child’s worst fear is that by coming out their parents, friends,everyone will reject them. No matter what your beliefs, fears or prejudices, you need to let the child know that you stand by them. The child is the same person he/she was before revealing their true sexuality. Remembersomeone’s sexual orientation is just one part of who they are. You just have more knowledge about their life. Take this opportunity to connect with them as you did before you knew he/she was gay. Make sure you continue to do the things you did with them before.Talk to the make sure they are happy, reassure them that it is ok to be gay, lesbian, bi, or transgender. Leaving home.

When the young person is ready to move out of home talk to them to make sure it’s what they want and that they can cope with running their new home. Assure them that they will have your help and support. Help them make a list of things to do before moving in to their own place, like what they need to buy,how to organise their money so all their bills will get paid etc. changing friendship groups

Children fall in and out of friendship all the time, support them & talk to them by reassuring them that they’ll make friends & play with them again. starting a pre-school setting

Talk to the child in reassuring tones. Take them to have a look at the new pre-school, meet the staff members. Take the child to purchase items they will need for pre-school and make it a fun experience.

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