CAFS Factors Affecting the Roles of Parents, Carers and Dependants

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Students assess and evaluate the factors affecting the roles of parents, carers and dependants!

This task was created to challenge and engage students in studying Community and Family Studies. It provides students with 28 engaging PowerPoint slides accompanied by current and relevant information and examples.

Students have the opportunity to investigate not only the factors affecting the roles of parents & carers but also the types of parents, carers and dependants, and the negatives and positive outcomes associated with these types. This assists students to gain essential knowledge about the rights and responsibilities of parenting and caring. There are a range of activities for the students to complete to extend students critical and creative thinking, including a parent time-management schedule.

This task can be shared with students digitally or can be easily printed out and given to students. It can be differentiated for individual students needs at the discretion of the teacher as there are word files and a pdf version.

Pack includes:

  • 28 engaging PowerPoint slides with syllabus content and information.
  • 15-page PDF and Word Document with NSW syllabus links and
    student activities.
  • 5 posters on parenting and caring styles.

Resource Type: Outcome Task, PowerPoint, Activity,

Digital File Type: PDF (Acrobat) Document File, Microsoft Word Document- Microsoft PowerPoint

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Factors affecting the roles of parents and carers
characteristics of the dependant

  • age
  • skills/capabilities
  • special needs, e.g. illness, disability

influences on parents and carers

  • personal
    • culture, customs and tradition
    • religion/spirituality
    • education
    • previous experience
    • own upbringing
    • multiple commitments, eg work, study, sport, family
    • socioeconomic status
    • special needs, e.g. illness, disability
  • social
    • community attitudes
    • gender expectations
    • media stereotypes

styles of parenting or caring

  • authoritarian
  • democratic
  • permissive/indulgent
  • negligent

rights and responsibilities in parenting and caring

  • legal rights of parents, carers and dependants
  • responsibilities of parents and carers
    • duty of care
    • setting limits
    • discipline


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