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#parents #kids #tcot What To Do If Your Child Is Bullied-Our Children’s Right to Self-Defense by Patty .. Patient Expert Posted Sun 27 Mar 2011 3:01pm Police officer and parent George Mathias offers sound advice on how to prevent bullying. He also provides steps parents should take in defending their child's right to self-defense. As adults we have a right to self-defense even if that defense includes use of physical force or lethal force with a weapon. Why not our ch ... Read on »
Childrens Interstitial Lung Disease (chILD): One families story by Bob .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 07 Jul 2008 7:14pm Interstitial lung disorders are among the least understood in medicine. They are a diverse group. Many with unknown causes. This can lead to confusion and frustration among families looking for answers, as seen in the story that follows. You can help! Additional research is desperately needed. ThechILD Foundationis an organization working t ... Read on »
Child baby bottles guild wars 2 gold sell to stop children's enamel problems ought to Notice child years by songrunescape Posted Tue 08 Jan 2013 2:24am     Child baby bottlessell Guild Wars 2 Goldutilized improperly, can cause tooth irregularities. Child drawing whole milk, jaw bone have to do somewhat protrusive motion, and also the mouth, lip area, oral cavity muscles along with synchronised stroking actions. Motor co-ordination, the particular face muscles could possibly get very good develo ... Read on »
My child cries at everything, part 2: very sensitive children by Karen .. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:42pm Before I say anything else, let me first say I am assuming that you have had her thoroughly checked out by your doctor. Sometimes undiagnosed health issues can impact behavior. If there are sensory integration issues going on, an occupational therapist could teach you both some tricks that help enormously. You mentioned that you've been ... Read on »
Child Security: Help Your Children To Protect Themselves by Laura Patient Expert Posted Tue 07 Oct 2008 6:17pm 2 Comments Safety was something that always worried me about when talking about my two kids. Nowadays there are dangers of several sources and although we can’t protected our kids 100% at least we can try to apply and teach some rules them can help them to be safer kids. Here are a good tips: Help Your Children To Protect Themselves Children are preci ... Read on »
Lydia Stewart on child abuse, parenting, and children’s rights by Jessica P. Posted Mon 29 Mar 2010 4:59pm In 2008 Sonoma County received 10,051 calls to their child abuse hotline. 2,638 reports were serious enough to require investigation. 174 children were removed from unsafe and abusive homes.   April is Child Abuse Awareness Month in the United States. One organization that works directly with families and children on this issue is the ... Read on »
Not just any child - play is children's work by Maddy M. Patient Expert Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 9:39pm Maybe you are new to the concept of autism? We're pretty new too. A couple of decades ago, my knowledge was limited to the film "Rainman," which I enjoyed at the time as a piece of light entertainment on a Thursday evening. I had the odd deep thought at the time, mainly limited to the exploitation of people less fortunate than myself, but ... Read on »
Children’s Book Review and Giveaway: "Rufus and Ryan Go to Church!" Plus, Tips for Introducing Your Child to Worship Servi by Susan H. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Tue 01 Oct 2013 1:27pm Susan Heim on Parenting is pleased to participate in the book tour for Rufus and Ryan Go to Church! by Kathleen Long Bostrom. Enjoy the tips below for introducing your child to church and then discover how you can win a copy of this delightful board book for children ages 2-5. About Rufus and Ryan Go to Church! In Rufus and Ryan Go t ... Read on »
Children With ADHD: When Is A Child Too Young To Be Diagnosed With ADHD? by Dr. Rory S. Doctor of PsychologyHealth Maven Posted Wed 18 Feb 2009 12:00pm I’ve been getting a lot of questions lately about very young children being diagnosed with ADHD…  Parents want to know: Can my child be diagnosed at <insert age here>? How do I know if it’s ADHD or not? What should I be looking for? How can I help my child? These are all great questions to ask!  Unfortunately, like so m ... Read on »
Petition Asks Children's Hospital of Philadelphia to Allow Kidney Transplant to Disabled Child by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Sun 01 Jan 2012 12:00am You have likely heard of the child Amelia who has Wolf-Hirschhorn Syndrome and has been denied a life saving kidney transplant by Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.  Below is her mother's heart wrenching blog entry about the doctor's visit.   So, a few things about this story: 1) There is a petition ask CHOP to reconsider Childr ... Read on »