Nvq Level 3 in Childcare

An explanation of how different types of intervention can
    Promote positive outcomes for children and young
          People where development is not following
                                  The expected pattern

Task 3
Staff observe children at all times, this helps them have an understanding of children. Children will be assessed individually and with others. Once children are identified as not following the expected pattern, a rang of professionals, will work together this is the term ‘multi agency approach’. We have a range of professionals that will support children/staff/families. Speech and language can help children overcome most of their problems. By helping children gain the ability to use language they can help children gain confidence and self esteem. With help children will gain confidence and their language will improve, they will interact and communicate with other children.
The SENCO in an educational setting gives support to children and families with special needs this person/s is also responsible for identification of special needs. Additional learning support staff works within and outside schools providing a range of services to help children who have certain specific educational needs. This might include people like teaching assistants or advisors to provide support and train staff. Youth justice teams help children and young people who show antisocial behaviour. This may include probation officers in conjunction with social workers. Social workers are there to help vulnerable children and young people and their families this might include children on the child protection register or disabled children. Psychologists supports children who have behaviour or learning problems. They provide teachers and practitioners with aimed support programme. A specialist nurse provides help for the family and child especially if the child suffers from medical problems. A physiotherapist helps children and young people with their...