life span development

  • 0-3 physical development

    0-3 years Physical and Intelectual:
    15/09/1931
    physical development in birth and infancy are for them tocontrol their neck muscle and sit before they start running, climbing starirs and learning to play with other children or in other word sharing.
    Intellectual development: Speech and communication is important at this age because they are developing learning skills. Also, at this age they will put all their concentration on watching their favourite cartoon characters.
  • 0-3 physical development, intellectual,emotional and social, II

    At the age of 0-3 years old they need more attention. They cry when their parents or member of the family refuse to give them what they require.When parents try to be in control that is when they get more emotional. 0-3 years old are not that emotional because the only way they can communicate is to cry. At this age they only have within family relationship and the majority important relationship they have is with their mothers or sometimes with their fathers.
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  • 4-9 physical development, I

    At the age of 4-9 they start to grow height and weight. They muscles become stronger and they start to loose baby teeth and they grow back again. They start to throw balls, catch them and start drawing.
  • 4-9 intellectual development,II

    They will develop reading and writing skills. Also, at this age they can count numbers. Moreover, they can do shapes and they can tell what shape is what. Their listening and communication skills get better. They might even use adult grammar
  • 4-9 physical development

    At this age they might get thinner or fatter. Also, every child develops at his own pace, They might start doing different activities. At this age they might get thinner or fatter. Also, every child develops self-caring e.g. they might go to the toilet on their own or they might be able to run miles. By the age of 6-7 they can tie their shoes laces, ride bikes and play with big balls.
  • 4-9 Emotional development

    At the age of 6 they know that there are other people with different point of views. When they are told to leave things alone they might cry but some parents might not show interest because they need to listen.
  • 10-18 physical development

    Around 13 their hips starts to grow wider and they are becoming more mature.Furthermore,they might get an oily skin and their breasts starts to develop.Some girls start their puberty before the age of 13.They start getting taller and they might gain weight. Their voice might change and they might become independent. Also, they might have bad hygiene.
  • 10-18 intellectual develpment

    Around the age of 16, they have exams and develop academic knowledge.
    Moreover, they might have money problems or they have to work to pay their bills.
    Money issues is a major concern around 18 because they need clothes and if they do not live with their parents, they have to pay all the bills all by themselves.
  • 10-18 Emotional and social develpment

    They start to spend more time with their friends than their families. Around 16 they try to be more independent and when they are told to do stuff they might scream or slam doors.
    They start to show interest in opposite sex. When they are teenagers they might socialise with people who are dangerous just to be popular.
  • 19-65 ----- physical development

    At the age of 20 people stop growing. Also, their muscles become weaker and people get wrinkles by the age of 30. They might start doing football activities with their friends. As they grow older they get weaker and they are more likely to get an illness. Also, their skin starts to wrinkle and their hair starts to change to grey, moreover, their eye sight and hearing starts to weaken.
  • 19-65 - Intellectual development

    19-65 they become more mature and handle more responsibilities. They might go to university and find jobs. When they start working they have to pay the bills and it’s their responsibilities to take care of their families.
  • 19-65 Social development

    Around 30 they might spend more time with their families then their friends because they have more responsibilities than before. Moreover, they might have truly close friends, and for them to spend more time together that person has to become one of the families.
  • 19-65 Emotional Development

    When they get to the age of 27 they do not share their feeling with anyone because they do not want people feeling sorry for them. E.g. when an important person dies in their families they cannot share the information with their children because it might affect them in a way or they might get nightmares. Furthermore, they might have financial problems or they might be going through marriage crises.
  • 65+ Physical and Intellectual Development

    At this age they might be moved to a Private Care Home and they might get weaker every day. Some of them might not be able to walk because of an illness and they usually receive special medical treatment.
    It might be hard for them to retain information because of their age. Sometime its hard for them to remember member of their families.
  • 65+ Social and Emotional Development

    It is hard for them to socialise more, like they use to. However, when they are in a care home they socialise with carers. Furthermore, they become less active and close friends might be in the care home with them.
    In this case they might get emotional when they retire from a job or when their loved ones die. The truth is when someone is moving to care home and leaving their families, can be really emotional.
  • Final Stage Of Life

    Final stage refers to approaching the end of life. This stage is when a person is no longer independent and that they are in another person’s care. During the final stage, their bodies might not function normally and that their system might shut down. Some people might be in coma and that their brain is longer use. They muscles might begin to fail and they might lose interest of food. Some people might have few weeks to live and that can be really emotional for them and for their families.