• Infancy (0-3 years) of JOHN Physical development

    Infancy (0-3 years) of JOHN Physical development
    During this stage John started to develop from a baby to a toddler. John muscles begin to function properly. This allows him to sit up, crawl and walk. His digestive system starts to work. This allows him to eat solid foods instead of baby milk. John's eyes begin to work clearly. He starts to see in colour instead of black and white.
  • Emotional Development

    John started to recognize and develop trust with his primary carers. This helps him to fear strangers or fear being left by primary cares. The development of these emotions allows him to get angry and frustrated when his needs are not met in a reasonable amount of time. Supports from John parents (playing his favourite sound) helps him to develop his personality by giggling or laughing to his favourite sound.
  • Intelectual Development

    During this stage, John started to learn about himself and the environment through senses, touching, hearing, sight, smell and taste. His language starts to develop as his grammar and punctuation start changes from simple words to basic sentences. John starts to respond to simple direction and instructions.
  • Social Development

    John's communication skills start to develop during 0-3 years. He starts to respond to his name. John begins to understand the rhythm of speech as he turns his head to familiar voice. He also starts use verbal communication through crying.
  • Intelluctual Development

    John starts to sort things through the shape or colour of the object. Also he begins to avoid hazards to keep himself safe. His grammar, punctuation and vocabulary become clear and understandable as he begins to spell and pronouns long sentences. His numbers and alphabet improve which allows calculating or spelling.
  • Physical Development (4-9 years)

    Physical Development (4-9 years)
    Around this stage you start to notice that John body is getting thinner however his head become 90% of adult size, his hands grow 6 inch long and his body grow 5 cm. he start to develop hand-eye coordination. This helps him to play with toys, tie shoes, kick balls, jump, run, pick up large and small objects. Growth of muscles and body fat increases balance as his able to ride a bike, walk on his tiptoes, hop and many more.
  • Emotional and Social Development

    John starts to become independent as he starts school. His confidence level increases as he starts to make friends. He begins to cooperate with other adults (teachers) by following their instructions and listening to them.
    John’s emotional level increases as he starts to deal with jealousy, anger, frustration and criticism. He starts to acknowledge different sexuality as he plays with different boys and girls. John relationship develops as he makes a best friend and an enemy.
  • Intellectual Development

    John starts to apply complex ideas and develop them. This allows him to think about things in a theoretical or hypothetical way. He starts to think about his future and discuss about economy, war, college or war with his family and friends.
  • Social Development

    John starts to develop a personal identity different to parents(clothes, music or wanting to fit in with friends) however he starts to listen or ignore parents advice. Socializing (going to parties) and making friends become easy to John as his confidence and self esteem increases. This allows him to seek advice from friends and families easily. John socializing allows him to have romantic relationships with friends.
  • Emotional Development

    John begins to deal with jealousy, anger, frustration and criticism. This allows his confidence, self-esteem and image grow. As john is growing from his family he starts to deal with tension and conflict. Around age 15 and over john might get involve in serious risks and experience in things like drugs, crimes and having sex. Problem solving and hard work can lead him to get depress, aggressive happy and cheerful.
  • Physical Development (10-18 years)

    Physical Development (10-18 years)
    John hormones start to develop which allow maturation and puberty to occur. This means that his voice breaks, grow public hair, penis enlarges, penis drop, facial hair, spots and wide hips. This helps him to get an adult body shape. He begin to understand that sexual organs such as testes (in boys produce testosterone) and ovaries (in girls produce oestrogen) help produce children. He notice that girls changes during this stage as they grow breast, body fat, get period, spots and pregnancy.
  • Physical Development(19-65 years)

    Physical Development(19-65 years)
    During early stages at adulthood john weight and height grows to give a mature figure. His voice might get deeper and richer. John body start to change as his skin loses elasticity which leads him to have wrinkles. Around age 45-65 john starts to reduce stamina and muscle power as he become weak (can't pick up heavy object by himself).He begins to loss hair, His eye co-ordination reduces (might need glasses) and his movement becomes slow.
  • Intellectual Development

    John thinking pattern would start to develop as he might start to question the world, challenge rules, or handle conflicts. This allows him to solve theoretical problems, think abstractly and reason logically. Also John must start to concentrate in a specific direction after gaining insight from life, example: working to provide for family or travelling around the world, joining fellowships group and many more. He might start to use life experience to solve problems.
  • Social Development

    John starts to balance his demands of work, family and friends. He might begin to focus on finding a partner which could lead to marriage or cohabitation. He might join local clubs to get active and help support his neighhood. John might have a network of personal friends to socialize with and do activities together. Example: Hotmail and facebook encourages john to plan and share activities with friends and families.
  • Emotional Development

    John would have finish school and start to think about leaving home. Leaving home will encourage john to become more independent and build up his confidence however he might mess change of environment (mess his comfort zone). John might start thinking about career and investment for future family. This could improve his self-esteem as he becomes less stress on money. Starting family starts at this stage. This could help him improve his well-being but bad relationship can lead him to be stress.
  • Intelluctual Development

    John thinking speed and response speed reduces however mental ability and intelligence do not. This means John will not be able to solve problems quickly, answer question quickly or read and understand.
  • Emotional Development

    John might feel isolated as his friends and families would not be able to visit him frequently. He might be depress or miserable because of the pain on his body, eg: arthritis or his illnesses, eg: cancer. John begins to deal with death of a partner, changes of family relationship and ending previous social roles (work).This could lead him to develop different emotions such as sadness(lost of love one) or happiness(death) or cheerful(positive about the life he lived).
  • Social Development

    Death from partner or close friends can make maintaining friendship difficult however participating in different social activities can help develop new friendship.
  • Physical Development(65+)

    Physical Development(65+)
    John body start to decline functioning and structuring which can affect his hair, muscles, skin, hearing and smell. His immune system stops to work effectively which stops to fight diseases. His body systems and organs, such as the heart and lungs, become less efficient. This could lead to hard breathing. John skin becomes less elastic and thin which allows wrinkles to spread all over the body.
  • Intelluctual Development

    The brain stops to work quickly and effectively. This result to lost of special memories(short term mermory). John might find it difficult to understand or to respond to any question as his body feel weak and fragile.
  • Physical Development (Finail Stage of Life)

    Physical Development (Finail Stage of Life)
    The body declines to work due to damage or failure, examples: the engery level decreses extremely low which lead you to become less active. The body feels tired which allow John to sleep for a long period. The skin shuts down as it does not get the nutrinest needed to glow.Lack of nurtients allows it to turn blue/grey with patches. The body system fails to function regularly which means when the heart struggles to pump properly, The lungs might swellor,eyes and hearing stops to work.
  • Emotional Development

    John might feel angry and frustrated of death. He might regret living and plan to have euthanasia. Sadness (living the world) and happiness (no more pain) might occur during this stage as he reflect and evaluate his life. John might feel lonely as he finds it difficult to communicate with people surrounding him.
  • Social Development

    Socializing could be difficult at this stage as the body power drains to death; this means John might need a oxygen marks to breath as his heart and lungs fine it difficult to breath. Also kidney failure caused by clotting in the blood vessel can make him find urinating difficult, however families members visiting him could encourage him to be strong.