1.4 Describe benefits of working in partnership with parents/carers in relation to individual physical care routines

QualificationLevel 3 Diploma for the Early Years Educator
Unit: 1.3 Support physical care routines for children
Learning outcome: 1. Understand the physical care needs of children
Assessment criteria: 1.4 Describe benefits of working in partnership with parents/carers in relation to individual physical care routines

  • By working in partnership with parents/carers in relation to individual physical care routines, you can ensure that the child’s and family’s needs,wishes and preferences are met
  • Things to discus can include cultural/religious needs, personal preferences (e.g. which products should be used), SEND and allergies
  • Working in partnership also helps to build bonds of mutual trust and respect

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