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This accessible guide shows early years professionals how to create safe, supportive environments for young children who have encountered adverse childhood experiences. Explaining the impact of trauma on young brains, it gives practical instructions on how to recognise and respond to abuse. These instructions are supported by exercises, case studies, ...
Child Protection in the Early Years: A Practical Guide
This accessible guide shows early years professionals how to create safe, supportive environments for young children who have encountered adverse childhood experiences. Explaining the impact of trauma on young brains, it gives practical instructions on how to recognise and respond to abuse. These instructions are supported by exercises, case studies, and reflection points that help you identify and improve your methods. Current legislation, policy and procedure are clarified in clear, concise language, providing you with everything you'll need to work with your team towards a happier, safer future for the children in your care.
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28.99 USD

Child Protection in the Early Years: A Practical Guide

by Eunice Lumsden
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Understand the requirements of the controlled assessment with this indispensable guide. Tackle the AQA GCSE Child Development controlled assessment with this clear guide which supports all aspects of the assessment and is designed to motivate and engage students. This resource is written by examination experts who have included full information ...
AQA Home Economics for GCSE: Child Development - Controlled Assessment, 2nd Edition
Understand the requirements of the controlled assessment with this indispensable guide. Tackle the AQA GCSE Child Development controlled assessment with this clear guide which supports all aspects of the assessment and is designed to motivate and engage students. This resource is written by examination experts who have included full information on how to plan, carry out and write up your activities and observations. It also contains valuable information on the assessment criteria and controlled assessment outlines. - Know what you should be doing next with the step-by-step approach - Get the highest quality guidance possible with expert insight and advice
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34.11 USD

AQA Home Economics for GCSE: Child Development - Controlled Assessment, 2nd Edition

by Heather Brennard, Valerie Hall
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Approved by SPRITO, this text is fully revised throughout to reflect the latest thinking and practice, and is based upon the National Occupational Standards.
Good Practice in Playwork
Approved by SPRITO, this text is fully revised throughout to reflect the latest thinking and practice, and is based upon the National Occupational Standards.
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43.51 USD

Good Practice in Playwork

by Jennie Lindon, Paul Bonel
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This book provides a complete guide to Nursery Management. It has been specifically written for Level 3 and 4 students and those working in management within the childcare setting and now includes a FREE CD-ROM.
Good Practice in Nursery Management
This book provides a complete guide to Nursery Management. It has been specifically written for Level 3 and 4 students and those working in management within the childcare setting and now includes a FREE CD-ROM.
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43.16 USD

Good Practice in Nursery Management

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A proven model for family-centred intervention in natural environments, routines-based intervention is the approach thousands of professionals trust to improve the lives of young children and families. Now there's a definitive guide to this highly respected, theoretically sound model -- straight from the leading authority on routines-based intervention. Putting the ...
Routines-Based Early Intervention: Supporting Young Children and Their Families
A proven model for family-centred intervention in natural environments, routines-based intervention is the approach thousands of professionals trust to improve the lives of young children and families. Now there's a definitive guide to this highly respected, theoretically sound model -- straight from the leading authority on routines-based intervention. Putting the wisdom and strategies from his popular workshops into book form for the first time, Robin McWilliam gives professionals a detailed framework for early intervention that addresses families' individual needs and helps children participate in daily routines. With the step-by-step guidance on each part of the routines-based intervention model, professionals in Part C programs will reach their key goals during visits to homes and child care settings.
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41.950000 USD

Routines-Based Early Intervention: Supporting Young Children and Their Families

by R A McWilliam
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Protect children from maltreatment. Identify, strengthen, and preserve the family that is right for each child. Embrace your role as enabler, facilitator, and educator. Promote cultural competence. These are the goals all child professionals commit to and strive for upon entering the profession, but success doesn't come often, and when ...
Field Guide to Child Welfare, Volumes I-IV
Protect children from maltreatment. Identify, strengthen, and preserve the family that is right for each child. Embrace your role as enabler, facilitator, and educator. Promote cultural competence. These are the goals all child professionals commit to and strive for upon entering the profession, but success doesn't come often, and when it does come, it doesn't come easily.The Field Guide to Child Welfare is an enduring and relevant resource that anchors and guides professionals through the ongoing system and social changes that characterize everyday child welfare practice. More than 1,100 pages in a four-volume set, it is the first comprehensive source to give practitioners easy and immediate access to best practice standards - combined with hands-on, step-by-step application guidelines. An indispensable resource for anyone who works in child welfare or related fields.
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146.950000 USD

Field Guide to Child Welfare, Volumes I-IV

by Ronald C Hughes, Judith S Rycus
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Strong working relationships with diverse families and children are the foundation of successful early intervention. Discover fresh, practical ways to build these relationships in this essential guidebook, every professional's blueprint for working with children and families within the specific context of their culture, family structure, and risk factors. Developed by ...
Relationship-Centered Practices in Early Childhood: Working with Families, Infants and Young Children at Risk
Strong working relationships with diverse families and children are the foundation of successful early intervention. Discover fresh, practical ways to build these relationships in this essential guidebook, every professional's blueprint for working with children and families within the specific context of their culture, family structure, and risk factors. Developed by two respected early childhood authorities--special education expert Gail Ensher and pediatrician David Clark--this book is a must for all professionals serving families of children birth to age 8 who have disabilities or who may be at risk. Presenting a clear framework for effective relationship-centered care in natural environments, Ensher and Clark give readers the up-to-date information and guidance they need to meet AAP guidelines and IDEA requirements for family-centered care, and address the new OSEP requirement that programs report how early intervention services have helped families and children respond appropriately to the different types of family diversity they'll encounter in their day-to-day work enhance their current models for early intervention in natural environments, such as coaching, consultation, and routines-based early intervention empower families to skillfully sustain and extend care long after early intervention services are complete improve teamwork and communication with a wide range of other professionals across disciplines and agencies inform their practice with the most current demographic information, all in one convenient volume With dozens of engaging photos, case studies, anecdotes from parents and professionals, and a helpful list of resources for working with at-risk families, readers will get vivid insights that will help them to put relationship-centered care into practice. And the chapter highlights and thought-provoking discussion questions make this book ideal for university courses or independent study. A must have for every early childhood professional working within today's changing family landscape, this book is the ultimate guide to relationship-centered care that improves both child and family outcomes. Invaluable insights on different types of family diversity: Family structures. Get a better understanding of teen parents, older mothers and fathers, same-sex parents, single parents, and more. Risk factors. Manage the effects of factors like substance abuse, natural and man-made disasters, homelessness, family member loss, and child abuse and neglect. Child-related challenges. Address the ongoing effects of prematurity, disability, and sibling concerns. Cultural backgrounds. Strengthen interactions with families from specific cultural backgrounds, and learn how culture might inform families' perspectives on early intervention and medical treatment
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38.800000 USD
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Providing extra help and support with personal and emotional development to any young person, for whatever reason - this is the goal of the step-by-step workbook in this educational resource, complete with guidance for anyone who is undertaking long-term interventions with young people. The workbook can be used in or ...
Personal Development Matters: A Guide and Step-by-step Educational Workbook for Helping Young People Aged Roughly 11-16 with Complex Needs to Get to Know Themselves Better
Providing extra help and support with personal and emotional development to any young person, for whatever reason - this is the goal of the step-by-step workbook in this educational resource, complete with guidance for anyone who is undertaking long-term interventions with young people. The workbook can be used in or out of education time, with young people who have complex needs, including those who: - are 11-16, or perhaps a bit older or younger - have complex needs, and are receiving support and intervention from workers, for example those who: o are being looked after by the state, (For them, it can also be a useful prelude to doing life story work at a later date.) o have special educational needs including those who have statements, whose targets include improving behaviour, increasing self-esteem and expressing emotions more appropriately. o are in any other context where workers are struggling to adapt mainstream material for teaching the Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning (SEAL) to one-to-one or small group settings. The Coalition government may change what such work is called, and may even choose to cease declaring that 'Every Child Matters'. But there will still be young people who need the extra help and support that this manual can help provide. The introduction can help a wide range of people to prepare for this educational work, including teachers, learning mentors, youth justice workers, social workers, residential care workers, key workers and foster carers. Psychologists, therapists, counsellors and other professionals involved in long-term interventions with young people may also find it useful. Many of them have been involved in trialling the workbook contained in this manual. Focussing on personal awareness, feelings, behaviour, relationships, self esteem and confidence, it builds from safe exploration of tasks and activities that can help forge a positive and trusting relationship between the facilitator and young person; and then explores more difficult issues. It can be used either step by step, or by using separate sections independently to address specific needs. Ideal for one-to-one sessions, for one hour per week, over the course of a year; it can also be taught in a small group setting by facilitators who are comfortable with the extra demands of such group work; or as needed. The worker's manual contains a complete copy of the workbook and ample guidance on its use, for reference by them whenever needed. It permits incidental, partial copying for use in training, and for when working with young people on just a few sections. Significant discounts are available on looseleaf copies of the 190-page workbook (available from the publisher) allowing each young person to work with their own copy over time. Alternative covers - one for boys and one for girls - help engagement in suitably different ways.
62.950000 USD
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