skills achieved by a certain age. Milestones are simply normative markers at median ages. Some children will develop slower and some faster. The ages for the milestones are therefore, only approximate and should not be taken as dogma or hard lines of delineation.
Parents of more than one child will almost always tell you that one child was quicker to sit up or walk, Differences can be due to the child’s position in the family, their character or their physical makeup. Their development is affected physically and intellectually, but also emotionally.
A child’s psychological development is related to his age in years and the type of behavior at every age serves as a guide/ signal to a healthy development. The first interaction that an infant comes across is with the parents and family. Later on, their psychological development is affected at every age as the spectrum of social interactions widens.
It is important for infants to survive in healthy and safe environments. The infant’s development is directly related with various genetic and environmental factors. If the conditions are not optimal then hereditary diseases, exposure to negative environmental factors and lack of proper nurturing can create tremendous disadvantage in an infant’s development.
The childcare standards aid in safeguarding the safety, health and rights of children and minimize risks to children in childcare facility. This paper will discuss the Pennsylvania childcare licensure. In order to run a child care facility the director of the facility should obtain a legal certificate of compliance to function at a specific location.
Infant mortality can result from many aspects including birth defects, sudden death syndrome, injuries during pregnancy, and poverty especially in the developing countries. Although poverty might play an important role in deaths of these children, literacy also counts.
The series of exploratory analysis conducted showed a very implicative trend. The trend is that there are three major categories of performers among the participants. These groups are the slow, medium and fast learners.
Techniques like open-ended questions, touch survey and truth-lie discussions were employed that prompted the child to respond to the questions effectively (Cronch, Viljoen & Hansen, 2006). Open-ended approach with cued invitations helped Sally respond in the desired