john doe's lifespan development

By laryea
  • Emotional development 0-3

    Emotionally attached towards their parents. At this stage babies for an emotional attachment towards their parents and they develop a sense of fear, which they start to cry when they are unfamiliar with strangers. For example, toddlers may demand for.
    emotional development 0-3 a child should will get more closer to theri mum.
  • Physical development 0-3

    When the baby is born they don't have control of they're body .when their like 1year they start to develop good balance and control them self culminating toward the end of the first year in walking.From 2yeras going they start coordination, stability, and an improved ability to manipulate objects they can e.g. balls
  • Intellectual development 0-3

    A newborn baby can usually hear sounds, tell differences in the way things taste and also identify the smell of their mother or carer. They being to learn about the things around by 2months they may start to smile at people faces also by 0-3 they should start to talk and respond when people talk to them. Their language develops though their story you tell them .
  • Social development 0-3

    Social development 0-3
    At this stage, infants will be able to interact with others and developing relationships with friends. By 4 months they begin to smile at human faces. By the time they to 5 months infants can identify “between familiar and unfamiliar people”. They start to answer to their names. During this stage 0-3 a child should be going to nursery socialies with friends other than learning from family.
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  • Social development 4-9

    Young children still depend very much on their parent to look after them. Because they need secure emotional care with their family. As they develop they become more independent. Teachers promote social development by teaching them it give them the suitable ways of behaving and they learn how to relate to others they also learn how to behave socially through the process of socialisation in the family, also they social with friends made at school.
  • Physical development 4-9

    Children grow gradually at this time but less rapidly than during infancy. By the age of 8 a child should be wearing almost adult size-even though the body still has a lot of growing to do. The physical aspect of a child at the age of 8 he should be playing foot ball, skip and ride a bicycle this is because they have coordination balance.
  • Intellectual development 4-9

    The intellectual development by the age of 8 a child should be using language it develops the ability to think and ask lost of question children also learn to count and to explain how much things weigh, this is because their brain develop which allow them to think.End of childhood children will be able to skip easily and will have improved their knowledge.,
  • Emotional development 4-9

    As children develop from language skills they can understand and explain who they are in greater detail. Example if Eight year old may be able to tell you about things they are good at or things they like they can also explains who they are in more depth, also they start to experience anger, frustration and jealousy.
  • Physical 10-18

    Girls generally start puberty in this stage. the growth spurt and physcial changes are caused by hormones and help given them their adult body shape. boys produce testosterone and the ovaries in girls produce oestrogen. these control development of sexual and enable them to produce children.
  • Intellectual 10-18

    Abstract thinking the ability to think about and apply complex ideas is developed. These allow a person to think about thinks in a theoretical or hypothetical way.
  • Emotional development 10-18

    Adolescence can involve major emotional stresses as time go through rapid social and physical change. Example you can feel a loss of self esteem as you transfer back from school or work also becoming independent from parents who can also cause conflict and stress.
  • Social development 10-18

    When become 18 years of age you will begin to explore relationships with possible sexual partners. Toward late adolescence you will begin to think about plan or take on job responsibilities. This helps you develop personal identity, example: wearing the rights clothes. Also they can involve major changes in social behaviour as they learn to take on adult roles.
  • Physical Development 19-65

    in early adulthood exercise can help develop physical fitness and athletic skills to help achieve their maximum physical performance. 55 years of age women stop being able to have children when the menopause beings also their hair loss slow movement, reduced stamina and muscle power, reduced hand eye co-ordination, worsening eyesight, wrinkles
  • Intellectual Development 19-65

    Intellectual skills and abilities may increase during adulthood if they are exercised this will help develop thinking and problem solving skills during adulthood.
  • Social Development 19-65

    Early adulthood is often a time when adult continue to develop their network of personal friends. Most young adult establish sexual relationships partnerships which could lead to marriage.
  • Emotional Development 19-65

    Adult continue to develop their sense of self as life progresses .this is because they become self control and self awareness than adolescents.
  • Physical 65+

    Decline in functioning and structure of the body as ageing affects their heart, lungs and mobility to move. Also their taste and sense, smell, hearing and eye sight reduces.
  • Intellectual development

    Thinking speed will reduce and response sense will decline which will make it difficult to communicate. Also he might develop memory problems which can lead him confused.
  • Emotional development

    He might deal with the terms of death, changes of family relationships’. He might also deal with new emotions such as happiness because he might gain grand children’s. also families and friends visits him in the care home will allow him to become joyful .John might feel isolated because of lost of friends.
  • Social development

    He will have opportunity to develop social relationship as he takes part in the care home activities. John starts to socialise with the people in the care home by sharing life experience such as the war.
  • finale stage

    John might find it hard to breathe as his body system such as the lungs starts to break down. At things stage john finds it difficult to communicate as he might be in coma. His brain fails to work properly as he forgets people’s names.