Health And Social Coursework On The Effects Of An Ill Person Year 10 Coursework

860 words - 4 pages

Understanding how life affects our growth and development
In this assignment I am going to explain the impact of different factors that have affected my dad’s growth and development in three different life stages.
I have based my assignment on my Dad, 39. So far through his life, he has received very less attention from his mum, due to his mum abandoning him at the age of 7, and his dads traumatizing death.
At infancy, you could say my dad was a completely normal baby; he would kick in my mum’s womb and would be completely healthy. He would do cheeky smiles though and little giggles to try and interact with his older siblings and mum. When my dad was a toddler, he would crawl, and he’d love to roll on his stomach; he was an expert of learning how to walk, which was good because it’d have a huge impact on his motor skills and would help him strengthen and get his muscles working. Most of the time, he’d be crying as he could feel hunger and thirst, which would make him develop his feelings. His favourite thing was to suck his thumb, but it also helped him taste things.
However, the first key aspect of his infancy [0-3 years], I will discuss is social development, the social development during my dad’s infancy is that he would smile automatically at random occasions and at different timing schedules. Also, he would react to every touch and every voice he heard, which encouraged his parents to interact with him more. By interacting with him, it means that it would’ve increased his mental, emotional, and social growth including learning. Regardless, he would enjoy playing peek-a-boo, as he could understand it and really enjoy the game. Furthermore, he was able to apprehend his parent’s language as they both could speak English and Urdu/Punjabi, which made him able to blossom his language. Although, at the age 1 year throughout to 3 years, he started throwing major tantrums due to needing his nappies changing and having serious hunger and thirst, but this assisted him with understanding his emotions/feelings and made him realise as to why he was feeling frustrated, besides this, he would also bite his parents fingers and shoulders due to least amount of affection and attention, which made him sense that he was jealous and wasn’t fond of having no attention. Overall, my dad was a well behaved child and had no mere problems with understanding his...

Find Another Essay On Health and Social Coursework on the effects of an ill person - Year 10 - Coursework

Year 12 Biology Coursework; Why does raw turnip taste sweeter than raw potato?

3058 words - 12 pages the cell wall and cell surface membrane into the vacuole from the outside. This causes the cell wall to swell up, however the cell does not burst. The cell is now fully turgid.Osmosis- Osmosis is a special type of diffusion. It is the movement of water molecules from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration across a partially permeable membrane.The diagram on the right represents osmosis. The water molecules will diffuse into

Of mice and men coursework Essay

1456 words - 6 pages the fact that she could not talk about him after he died of scarlet fever, as she is two upset. Then her first baby dies just before Gregory was born. But she soon forgot about him and concentrated on rasing GregoryShe then marries William Preston but this is more for financial and social security as she starts loosing her visions and can no longer sew with her aunt fanny. Whom came to help look after her and the baby. So when William asks her to

Coursework and practical plan for title "Investigate the effect of temperature on the action of the enzyme diastase on starch."

1003 words - 4 pages For my investigation, I plan to examine the effect temperature has on enzyme action involving the biological catalyst- diastase, and its substrate- starch. In lesson, I have conducted a preliminary experiment to give me an idea of what to expect and a chance to conduct the experiment before hand. From my preliminary work I believe that an equal amount of substrate (Starch) with an equal amount of enzyme (Diastase) should finish reacting at

What are the effects of sin on an unredeemed person?

1609 words - 6 pages to the rational mind. In fact, we see in 2Matthew 25:32 that after Jesus returns and completes His one thousand year reign on earth that sin will still be present. He will be required to sort the sinners, doomed for Hell, from His redeemed children born during the Millennial Reign. What can we deduce by examining the effects of sin on the human body and soul? We should begin to identify what sin is before we move on. Religious and academic

Coursework on advance HCI

2389 words - 10 pages In the first part of this coursework it will be argued that the study of Kaptein et al. [1] on means based adaptive persuasive systems is an interesting piece of research that could formulate new questions and hypotheses in the area of adapted persuasive systems. The argument will be developed through a critical review of the Kaptein et al. paper, discussing in turn its theoretical origins, research methodologies, main findings, and design

Biology Coursework on Catalyse

1429 words - 6 pages together a small number of amino acids for form the active site (the location on the enzyme where the substrate binds and the reaction takes place (see lock and key theory)) the enzyme itself in unaffected by the reaction. After having taken place the enzyme is ready to bind again with a new substrate.The Lock and Key TheoryThe Lock and Key theory says that when the substrate attempts to bind with an enzyme at the active site that the enzyme and

Defining Who an Alcoholic Is and What the Effects of Alcohol on that Person Are

2519 words - 10 pages Defining Who an Alcoholic Is and What the Effects of Alcohol on that Person Are Within the context of our society, drinking of alcohol is a perfectly normal activity. For most people drinking a moderate amount of alcohol can be beneficial, indeed studies suggest that moderate drinking may protect against coronary heart disease by improving insulin resistance (Gold, 1991). However, for a minority of people drinking alcohol is an activity

Christian Teachings and the Teachings of One Other Religion on Wealth and Poverty: Christianity and Judaism GCSE Coursework A*

551 words - 2 pages that God should be put above everything else, in Matthew 6:24, it says that a person cannot serve two masters in the same way that Christians cannot serve both God and money, and so therefore have to make a decision.'People who want to get rich fall into temptation and a trap and into many foolish and harmful desires that plunge men into ruin and destruction. For the love of money is a root of all kinds of evil.' (1 Timothy 6:9-10)Jew have a

Haig and the Somme, GCSE coursework questions

4894 words - 20 pages Coursework: Haig and the Sommea). Study Sources A and B:How far does Source A prove that Haig did not care about the lives of his men?Source A concerns Haig's views on the high amount of casualties he believed were inevitable during the course of the war. The paragraph shows that Haig believed that the deaths of his men were in no way connected to the implications of his own actions, and does not appear concerned over the prospect of such

The Crucible Coursework Essay

1015 words - 4 pages The Crucible Coursework Essay The Crucible was written in 1952 by the playwright Arthur Miller. It is an allegory of the McCarthy ‘witch-hunts’ which occurred during the 1950’s. It was effectively the arrest and questioning of those suspected of communist views or that sympathised with communists. The USA was very suspicious of communists due to the Cold War between itself and the USSR. Joe McCarthy, leader of the governmental

Rate of Reaction Coursework

1198 words - 5 pages a margin of human error during the experiment, some people react slower than others and you have to rely on the person taking the readings with the stopwatch. The results were reliable because they were almost the same in both experiments, even though there was an anomalous result; it happened in both experiments, so the results were still relibale, I have no explination for the anomalous result.

Similar Essays

Biology Coursework: The Effects Of Osmosis On A Potato Chip In Sugar Solution

803 words - 3 pages Biology Coursework: Effect of Sugar Solution on Potato ChipsPlanningBefore planning the experiment, I will research osmosis, so that I can make predictions. This will help me to discover how to make this investigation fair and safe. Planning ahead will help me find out the order in which to carry out the experiment. This should lead me to good results at the end of the experiment.HypothesisOsmosis is the passage of water from a region of high

The Effects Of Unhealthy Human Sexuality On Whole Person Health

2598 words - 10 pages away the feelings still affect the essence of the soul and its ability to experience a healthy committed relationship. Furthermore, it takes a lot of energy to suppress such feelings. Pornography also plays its own role in damaging the whole person health. Viewing pornography has a profound influence on how one views sexuality, self, and relationships with others. In the Porn Myth, it explains that women have been portrayed in such an

Year 10 Hiv Health Assignment

714 words - 3 pages you get HIV?You can get HIV when the fluids from your body mix with those of someone who has HIV. HIV is spread by sexual contact or by sharing needles with an infected person or through transfusions of infected blood. You can't catch it like the flu and you can't get it just by touching or being near someone with HIV.How doe HIV virus affect the body?The HIV virus affects the body by gradually decreasing the number of T cells, which help fight

Effects Of Globalization On Culture International School Suva, Year 10 Essay

1128 words - 5 pages Effects of Globalization on Culture Globalization is a topic that is still being passionately debated on several levels. It can be loosely defined as the integration or sharing of new ideas from different cultures internationally, both socially and in terms of business. Though globalization came as a shock to some, it was an inevitable transition that was to be expected from a developing society and civilization (UKEssays, 2017). Though there