Health And Social Care Level 3 Unit 77

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|Learning Outcome 1: Understand the effects of bereavement on individuals |
|1.1 Describe how an individual may feel immediately following the death of a loved one |
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|Immediately after the death of a relative or friend individuals may experience various emotions, everyone’s ...view middle of the document...

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|1.2 Analyse how the bereavement journey may be different for different individuals |
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|The bereavement journey may be different for individuals, this could be due to cultural differences or age gap such as children and adults |
|bereavement journey would be different. As child’s grief alters as they develop. |
|For many children the death of a loved one can be early in their life, children may struggle to comprehend what death however do experience |
|loss, For Example, Children may not understand that the individual is no longer alive but do feel the impact of them not being physically |
|around, leaving them in a confused state to why they are no longer present in person in their life. |
|Children often revisit death and analyse their feelings about their bereavement as they move through stages of development in their life. |
|Children may not have the emotional capacity to focus on their loss for long periods of time therefore are easily distracted by other factors |
|in their life such as playing. |
|Even though children may struggle to comprehend what death is, they may still experience emotional and physical changes in their life, it is |
|important to be observant of this as a child may not discuss the death but may display changes in them showing they are grieving. |
|Depending at what stage the child is at in development can vary on how they grief, however at each stage a child griefs. For example, a baby |
|has no concept of what death is, but if there primary carer died, the baby may become anxious and tearful more than usual, as they recognise |
|the individual who regularly feeds and changes them. They notice there is a change in the primary carer and look for the familiar face |
|comfort. |
|An adult’s bereavement journey is different in comparison to a child’s firstly because they have an understanding what death is, Adults grief |
|just like children but are able to express it if they choose to do so whereas children do not have the emotional capacity to do so. Where |
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