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DIPLOMA OF EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND CARE 9 DIPLOMA OF EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND CARE Diploma of early childhood education and care Name of Student Name of University Author Note Questions 2 1. Greenwood standards, policies and provisions required for children provision 3 Scenarios/Discussions 4 1. Example of additional need required for working with children Children suffering from any form disability need to be encouraged so that they do not feel frustrated with life. This is because a psychologist can perform counselling

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Running head: DIPLOMA OF EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND CAREDiploma of early childhood education and careName of StudentName of UniversityAuthor Note
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1DIPLOMA OF EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND CARETable of ContentsQuestions....................................................................................................................................21. Example of additional need required for working with children.......................................22. Appropriate member involved in a team............................................................................23. Involvement of the adaptation............................................................................................24. Legislations for protecting rights of disabled people.........................................................25. Impact of culture.................................................................................................................36. Benefits of inclusive practises............................................................................................37. Methods of meeting the needs of the children....................................................................38. Greenwood standards, policies and provisions required for children provision................3Scenarios/Discussions................................................................................................................41. Information needed to ensure quality care for Ayesha.......................................................42. Source of information.........................................................................................................43. Legislations related to care.................................................................................................44. Response to the condition of Ayesha.................................................................................45. Creating a care plan for Ayesha along with responsible person........................................56. Monitoring and reviewing the plan....................................................................................57. Involved person in the feedback cycle...............................................................................5Task-1.........................................................................................................................................51. Importance of gaining parental permission........................................................................52. Other people to be contacted for information of the child.................................................6
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2DIPLOMA OF EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND CARE3. Identifying additional needs of the child............................................................................64. Observation methods to be included..................................................................................65. Adaption of the centre to include the child........................................................................66. Ways to involve and consult other partners.......................................................................67. Summarising strategies for including the child..................................................................78. Explaining use of parental goals for development.............................................................7Task-2.........................................................................................................................................71. Methods to support other children in the centre.................................................................72. Methods to support other partners in the centre.................................................................73. Responding to statement of discomfort..............................................................................84. Describing areas of professional advice.............................................................................85. Importance to adapt strategies designed by specialists......................................................86. Method of regular communication with parents................................................................87. Method of communicating with people involved in the work...........................................88. Creating an observation and amending strategies..............................................................99. Identifying reasons to amend plan......................................................................................9Bibliography.............................................................................................................................10
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3DIPLOMA OF EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND CAREQuestions1. Example of additional need required for working with childrenChildren suffering from any form disability need to be encouraged so that they do notfeel frustrated with life. In addition to continuous monitoring and encouragement of thechildren, it is required that a good relationship is maintained with the children (Baldwin2015). This provides the children with a sense of care and the security.2. Appropriate member involved in a teamBellet al. (2015) stated that the most appropriate person to be involved in a team is apsychologist. This is because a psychologist can perform counselling sessions in their mannerso that the children with additional needs can remain focused on their activities and not worryabout their differences with other children.3. Involvement of the adaptationThe adaptation of the service involved while working with a child with special needsis that one needs to be patient with them. The services provided have to be such that it can itprovides a sense of calming influence within the child. Hence, a proper counselling servicecan be effective for the child (Taylor et al. 2014).4. Legislations for protecting rights of disabled people The future of the children with a disability needs to be taken into consideration at all time.Hence, the Australian Human Rights Commission Act 1986 can protect children withdisability. Apart from this Disability Discrimination Act 1992 is another legislation thatprotects the rights of the disabled children (Havnes and Mogstad 2015).
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