Making Sense Of Children S Thinking And Behavior

Author: Leslie Holzhauser-Peters
Editor: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
ISBN: 9781846428166
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Making Sense of Children's Thinking and Behavior offers parents and professionals a tool for understanding children with neurological differences. These children have an atypical view of the world, unique to their particular disability, which can make their behavior confusing and, at times, challenging. Often, the child's actions are misunderstood and, consequently, they are unfairly punished. An individualized approach to understanding a child's thought processes can help to resolve these problems. The authors' Systematic Tool for Analyzing Thinking (STAT) offers such an approach. It provides a step-by-step method for understanding a child's behavior by revealing the thought processes behind it. By viewing a situation from the child's perspective, the root of the problem can be identified and one can then effectively address the difficult behavior. Case studies are used to describe the twelve common deficit areas, demonstrating to the reader how to apply the STAT in everyday situations. This practical book is an invaluable resource for parents and professionals working with children with NLD, Asperger's, HFA, PDD-NOS, and other neurological differences.

Making Friends

Author: Elizabeth Hartley-Brewer
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0786749660
File Size: 51,14 MB
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Friends are desperately important to most children, most of the time. However, what children want, or get, from their friends and how they value these friendships change as they mature. Making Friends focuses on the typical experiences and transitions of pre-adolescent friendship, and offers advice on how a parent's role should adapt accordingly. Child expert Elizabeth Hartley-Brewer addresses children's friendship styles at key ages and stages, and answers questions for parents: Should you worry when the imaginary friend sticks around past kindergarten? How do you guide your child when “mean girls” taunt her at recess? What should you do if you don't like one of your child's friends? Sure to be an invaluable resource for any parent, Making Friends weighs in on a timely and important topic.

Supporting Children S Social Development

Author: Jennie Lindon
Editor: Andrews UK Limited
ISBN: 1907241736
File Size: 34,70 MB
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This book offers practical examples and informed advice about: how even very young children form close relationships with each other, the ways that observant adults can nuture possible friendships, understanding social play and skills from the children's perspective, young children who may have special difficulty over making friends and leading best practice for promoting friendships and realistic social skills in early childhood.

Child And Youth Security Sourcebook

Author: Chad T. Kimball
Editor: Omnigraphics Incorporated
ISBN:
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Special sections include statistics, recovery programs for young victims of violence, a glossary of related terms, and resources for further information."--BOOK JACKET.

Making Sense Of Sex

Author: Sarah Attwood
Editor: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
ISBN: 9781846427978
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Puberty is a time of huge change in the physical body, in emotional experience and in social relationships. Having an understanding of these developments and learning how to deal with them is essential, and for people with Asperger's syndrome it can be a challenge to get to grips with the social and emotional aspects of puberty, sex and relationships. This book is ideal for those who need clear, detailed explanations and direct answers to the many questions raised by puberty and sexual maturity. Sarah Attwood describes developments in both the male and female body, and explains how to maintain hygiene and personal care, and to promote general good health. She examines emotional changes, including moods and sexual feelings, and provides comprehensive information on sex, sexual health and reproduction. She looks at the nature of friendship, how it changes from childhood to adulthood and its importance as a basis for sexual encounter. She also offers coping strategies for different social experiences, from bullying to dating, and includes essential tips on the politics of mature behaviour, such as knowing the difference between public and personal topics of conversation. Making Sense of Sex is a thorough guide written in unambiguous language with helpful diagrams, explanations and practical advice for young people approaching puberty and beyond.

How To Discipline With Love

Author: DR. FITZHUGH DODSON
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Alcoholism Sourcebook

Author: Amy L. Sutton
Editor: Omnigraphics Incorporated
ISBN:
File Size: 30,39 MB
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Best Of Friends

Author: Hilary Pereira
Editor: Pearson Education
ISBN: 9780273714309
File Size: 30,23 MB
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This new book sets out to help parents understand friendship, why it's important and how they can help their child make and keep friends. From the first steps of encouraging a child to share their toys right through to building their confidence and helping them find and nurture the friendships they'll hopefully take into adulthood.

Kid Confidence

Author: Eileen Kennedy-Moore
Editor: New Harbinger Publications
ISBN: 168403051X
File Size: 62,13 MB
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Help your child cultivate real, lasting confidence! In Kid Confidence, a licensed clinical psychologist and parenting expert offers practical, evidence-based parenting strategies to help kids foster satisfying relationships, develop competence, and make choices that fit who they are and want to become. As parents, it’s heartbreaking to hear children say negative things about themselves. But as children grow older and begin thinking about the world in more complex ways, they also become more self-critical. Alarmingly, studies show that self-esteem, for many children, takes a sharp drop starting around age eight, and this decline continues into the early teen years. So, how can you turn the tide on this upsetting trend and help your child build genuine self-esteem? With this guide, you’ll learn that self-esteem isn’t about telling kids they're “special.” It’s about helping them embrace the freedom that comes with a quiet ego—a way of being in the world that isn't preoccupied with self-judgment, and instead embraces a compassionate view of oneself and others that allows for both present awareness and personal growth. When kids are less focused on evaluating and comparing themselves with others, they are freer to empathize with others, embrace learning, and connect with the values that are bigger than themselves. You’ll also discover how your child’s fundamental needs for connection, competence, and choice are essential for real self-esteem. Connection involves building meaningful and satisfying relationships that create a sense of belonging. Competence means building tangible skills. And choice is about being able to make decisions, figure out what matters, and choose to act in ways that are consistent with personal values. When children are able to fulfill these three basic needs, the question of “Am I good enough?” is less likely to come up. If your child is suffering from low self-esteem, you need a nuanced parenting approach. Let this book guide you as you help your child create unshakeable confidence and lasting well-being.

Talking With Your Child About A Troubled World

Author: Lynne S. Dumas
Editor: Fawcett
ISBN: 9780449907979
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A guide to discussing serious subjects with children draws on interviews with experts to teach parents how to ease their children's anxiety about homelessness, AIDS, war, racism, and the environment

Notes Critical Illustrative And Practical On The Book Of Job

Author: Albert Barnes
Editor:
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Proactive Parenting

Author: Tufts University. Eliot-Pearson Department of Child Development
Editor: Berkley Trade
ISBN: 9780425194249
File Size: 67,73 MB
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Experts in various fields of child development shed new light on the art of parenting children from ages two to six, sharing advice, information, and practical suggestions on how to deal with a wide variety of behavioral and development issues.

The Long Awaited Stork

Author: Ellen Sarasohn Glazer
Editor: Prentice Hall
ISBN: 9780029118146
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Offers advice for coping with the special problems of parenting after infertility and discusses new reproductive technologies, adoption, multiple births, and special-needs children

Making Sense Of The Puzzle

Author: Adriana Rasche Nichols
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Father For Life

Author: Armin A. Brott
Editor: New Father
ISBN: 9780789207845
File Size: 29,13 MB
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An essential guide for every dad by the award-winning author of "The Expectant Father, Father for Life" is the first book to look at the phases of fatherhood from the conception of a child through the grandfather years.

When Your Child Needs Help

Author: Norma Doft
Editor: Harmony
ISBN: 9780517881699
File Size: 33,25 MB
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Informs parents how to distinguish between their child's normal emotional swings and serious problems that require theraputic treatment, and acts as a guide to becoming a confident participant in a child's therapy

Parents

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What To Do When Kids Are Mean To Your Child

Author: Elin McCoy
Editor: Readers Digest
ISBN: 9780895779847
File Size: 39,61 MB
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From teaching children how to deflect teasing with humor to how and when to involve school officials, a helpful parenting guide offers comprehensive, solid advice to help youngsters deal with teasing, name-calling, and other trials of growing up. Original.

The Secrets To Good Grades

Author: James Edward Keogh
Editor: Ballantine Books
ISBN: 9780449003107
File Size: 32,60 MB
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A teacher and author helps parents assist and guide their children in the rapidly changing modern educational environment, offering concise explanations of educational jargon and methods

Wanna Be My Friend

Author: Leanne Domash
Editor: Hearst Communications
ISBN: 9780688119362
File Size: 72,21 MB
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Outlines ten social styles--boss, thinker, team player, and others--and offers strategies for nurturing a child's strengths and encouraging areas of potential