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    please can you help with this question
    Abdul is 32 and lives on a council estate in a 2 bedroom house he has 4 children and is currently on benefits analyse the environmental factors that affect development 20 marks this is what i wrote
    he lives in a overcrowded house this may limit his access to washing,cooking and cleaning there may be problems with growth rate for his children as they live in a overcrowded house which can lead to a increased risk of heart disease in later life as his children live for extended periods in this house this may lead to them developing respiratory problems because of the damp and mould in the house which can cause asthma and hayfever they may be at risk of developing meningitis
    if he lives in a council estate house he would probably be living in a city which means that he and his children may be at risk of developing cardiovascular problems his children may be at risk of developing anxiety and mental health issues because of living in this overcrowded house

    would this be enough for a 20 mark question if not is there any ideas about what else i could write about?
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    I don't mean to come across as rude but that really isn't enough for a 20 mark question. You should develop your answer fully by explaining those points in detail. eg. "his children may be at risk of developing anxiety and mental health issues because of living in this overcrowded house" yes, that's right but why?What about these conditions would lead to those issues?
 
 
 
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