Reasons Why Development May Not Follow The Expected Pattern

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Reasons Why Development May Not Follow The Expected Pattern
  1. Personal Factors
    1. Genetics - these are things that affect tthe child before birth
      1. Hair colour
        1. Eye colour
          1. Huntington's dieseas
          2. These are things that the mother does whilst she is pregnant that affects the baby
            1. Smoking
              1. Taking drugs
                1. Diet
                  1. Alcohol
                    1. Maternal Health
                    2. Thing that affects the child during birth
                      1. Prematurity
                        1. Lack of oxygen
                          1. The use of forceps
                          2. The health status of the child
                            1. Asthma
                              1. Diabetes
                                1. Cystic fibrosis
                                2. Disabilities
                                  1. Physical Disabilities
                                    1. Down's syndrome
                                    2. Sensory Impairments
                                      1. Blindness
                                        1. Deafness
                                        2. Learning Difficulties
                                          1. Dyslexia
                                      2. External Factors
                                        1. Poverty and deprivation
                                          1. Diet
                                            1. Housing
                                              1. Education
                                                1. Aspirations
                                                  1. Play and leisure opportunities
                                                    1. Expectations
                                                      1. Steriotypes
                                                      2. Family Environment and background
                                                        1. Love and affection
                                                          1. Stimulation
                                                            1. Poverty and deprivation
                                                            2. Family Circumstances
                                                              1. Illness
                                                                1. Unemployment
                                                                  1. Seperation
                                                                    1. Moving
                                                                      1. Siblings
                                                                      2. Personal choices
                                                                        1. Smoking
                                                                          1. Drinking
                                                                            1. Drug taking
                                                                              1. Sex
                                                                              2. Looked after children
                                                                                1. Lack of stable warm environment in which young people can make strong attachment
                                                                                2. Education
                                                                                  1. Access to the wider curriculum
                                                                                    1. Opportunities to lean
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