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Develop. Taks/Stages

developmental stages

learns to trust parents, other people, self, and the world in general Infancy and Early childhood (birth-5)
learns to communicate needs and feelings Infancy and Early childhood
learns to control impulses Infancy and Early childhood
continuous refinement of sensory abilities, motor skills and perceptual and cognitive abilities Infancy and Early childhood
awareness of social norms and expectations Late Childhood (6-12)
awareness of the needs of others Late childhood
learning to delay gratification for increasing long periods late childhood
increase physical coordinate later childhood
more intellectual sophistication later childhood
develop a social and sexual identity separate from one's parents that will support an independent life Adolescence (13-20)
engage in process of occupational choice Adolescence
explore values and interests adolescence
develop social skills adolescence
adjust to hormal and physical changes adolescence
adjust to the increasingly demanding expectations of others adolescence
succeed in chosen careers Early adulthood (21-34)
develop friendships and intimacy with others (find a marriage partner) Early adulthood
contribute to future (through career or family Early adulthood
reevaluate life direction middle adulthood (35-60)
satisfy urge to nurture and guide those younger than oneself middle adulthood
assess satisfaction and worthiness of one's chosen work middle adulthood
adjust to declines in function that come with aging middle adulthood
dealing with adolescent children, children leaving home, aging parents middle adulthood
identify and pursue goals in work or family or community life that enable one to contribute to future in manner that feels significant to oneself middle adulthood
understand and appreciate the accomplishments of one's life Late adulthood and aging (60 to death)
adjustment to significant life stress from aging body, retirement and loss of career role, deaths of spouse and cherished friends, economic worries, loss of home late adulthood and aging
Created by: tfahler