LIFE FACTORS AND LIFE EVENTS PASS 2
For this assignment I will be explaining the potential effects of five different life factors on the development of an individual. I will also be looking at unpredictable and predictable life events and how they could have an effect on the development of that person. Potential life factors, unpredictable and predictable life events could include:
Birth of a child
Serious illness or injury
Redundancy and unemployment
Having good housing will have a positive affect on growth and development. Your home is a place where you should feel safe a secure so by having good housing conditions and if you live in a nice peaceful area this will make you feel safe and allow you to decorate and stamp your own personality on your home. You will want people to come around to your house because you will have a sense of pride about home which will enable you to keep in contact with your friends and family. Where you live is also important, for younger people living in a urban area will give them access to more social activities and facilities which is important for their own self-esteem and growth and will allow them to make more friends and feel wanted by society. Rural life is often quieter which will suit families with younger children and if you live in a nice rural area then you would be able to do more physical activities, such as walking, playing football, picnics and nice afternoons out and about. Good housing gives you peace of mind, less chance of becoming ill due to poor conditions and a feel good factor which will enable you and your family to live a more enjoyable, stress free life.
A cold and damp home will affect people causing conditions such as bronchitis,...