1. The child's safety:
Ensuring the child is in a safe environment and not exposed to any harm or danger.
2. The child’s physical health:
Making sure that the child receives appropriate medical care and attention, as well as emotional support if needed.
3. The child's mental and emotional health:
Ensuring that the child has access to mental health services, such as counseling, if required.
Providing quality educational opportunities so that the child can reach his/her potential academically.
Encouraging the development of appropriate social skills for interacting with peers and adults in various settings.
6. Cultural values:
Respecting and encouraging the child’s cultural background, beliefs, and values.
7. Living arrangements:
Ensuring that the child is living in a supportive environment with proper housing and nutrition.
8. Spiritual development:
Providing spiritual guidance so that the child can explore his/her faith if they wish to do so.
9. Financial support:
Ensuring that the child has access to financial resources if needed for their care and well-being.
Encouraging participation in activities outside of school or work that are age appropriate and enjoyable for the child.