Lifespan

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0-3 YEARS Ella was born in the 24th of June with her twin sister Bella. Ella was born normal but her twin was born with disability. They live with their complete family includes their mother, father and her elder brother. Ella is now 2 years old. Their mother has no job and she took good care of her twin sister. They participate at mother and baby groups in their town and made lots of friends. Their father works every weekday at the engineering company as one of the engineers and earns enough money to provide his family. And her elder brother is attending high school. They live in a nice flat with their grandma live nearby. But their parent got a divorced because their father had an affair. They move house together with her brother and twin sister, and it is a little bit rubbish place. They lost their old friends and their grandma in their old hometown.
Influences:
Birth of a sibling with disability- negative Socialising in a mother and baby group-positive
Father had an affair-negative has a lot of friend- positive
Parents’ divorce-negative Father Works, have enough money- positive

4-10 YEARS Ella has just started school at aged of 4. She couldn’t wait to start because in her mind she can meet new friends in that pre-school, And when the time of her first day at pre-school, she then meets her new friend and her new classmates. Her twin sister also attended pre-school. The other students bully Ella that she has a twin that is disabled. Her mum now has a steady job, her work will start at 9 in the morning and it last until 10 in the evening enough income to support the family needs. Due to her mother has a work now, her mother cannot take good care anymore of her sister so her mother hired a nanny for them. Her mum married another man and they move again in another house. It is near the school of Ella and it is also near the local park which is when…...

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