Health And Social Care Level 3 Unit 19 P1

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P1: Using a table, describe the physical, intellectual, emotional and social development for each of the life stages of an individual. Conception Conception is the action of conceiving a child or of a child being conceived. Every human being begins life as a single cell, formed when father's sperm fertilizes mother's egg. Fertilization normally takes place in the mother's Fallopian tube, which connects the uterus (womb) with the ovary. The uterus is the size and shape of a large pear: it is made of muscle and it stretches to allow the baby's growth throughout the months of pregnancy. Life stages Physical Intellectual Emotional Social Pregnancy At 12 weeks he can close his fingers and thumb and he will open his mouth in response to pressure …show more content…

The types of emotions that are developed in the womb differ. Babies in the womb are supposed to be able to recognize love, happiness, sadness and stress. Talking or playing music is believed to comfort a baby in the womb, and help the baby understand the emotion of love. Hearing voices outside the womb will also help the baby decide the difference between happiness and sadness created on pitch and sound level of voices. oxytocin; which has been called the ‘hormone of love’. Oxytocin levels help the contractions of the uterus during labour, but are also present in both mother and baby just after the birth. Pregnancy can be very socially challenging as one's previous life changes drastically with the arrival of the child. Most women wish to become a positive role model for the child and try to change their social and financial life …show more content…

The babies learn how to do movements such as crawls, roll, stand, walk or run. They talk and develop how to control. Babies learn how to control their muscles and movements. Motor control develops from the head, moves down through the arms and the trunk and then to the legs and feet. Their intellectual development increases as they start to communicate and socialise with others. The baby will talk in a language to express themselves and how they are feeling gaining knowledge. Emotionally the infant will need love, warmth & care. The baby will need to feel safe and have healthy emotion responses. When the baby is hungry or tired, they cry to express themselves. The social developments allow the family to have a base of self-esteem with confidence and create stronger relationship bonds with others. Also infants can be shy to talk to other people such as strangers they haven’t seen

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  • Describes the physical, intellectual, emotional, and social development for each of the life stages of an individual.
  • Explains that conception is the action of conceiving a child or of the child being conceived. fertilization normally takes place in the mother's fallopian tube.
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