Current Articles and Archive Library
CURRENT ARTICLES: (by Phyllis Porter) Any topic pertaining to the infant / toddler's world. Previous articles have been archived in the Library.
|1. Supporting A Need For Training Infant Educarers|
|2. Social Relationships of Infants in Daycare|
|3. "Sensitize Yourself" to Their Experiences|
|4. Sensitivity: The Core of it All - by Bob Porter (webmaster)|
|5. Early Brain Development: What Parents and Caregivers Need to Know!|
|6. SUID / SIDS & AHT / SBS ONLINE COURSES Many thousands of "In-Service" Certificates issued.|
QUESTION: Can we help the difficult child "without" medication?
Introducing a new series of articles about the highly successful Nurtured Heart Approach, which was recently created by Howard Glasser, M.A. Both Howard and Tina Feigal, M.A., coauthor the series' introduction, and the remaining articles of the series are authored by Tina. The "NHA" approach benefits not only "intense" children, but all children.
1. The Nurtured Heart Approach: Learning to Transform the Difficult Child
2. NHA: Cause and Effects
3. NHA: YOUR SHIFT OF EMPHASIS: Re-orientation Towards Success
4. NHA: STRUCTURE: A System of Accountability
5. NHA: Dealing With Resistance
6. NHA: Testimonials
|QUESTION: Just what does alcohol do to an expectant mother and her child(ren)?|
|1. Fetal Alcohol: The Basics - by Lynne Frigaard, a real EXPERT in this field.|
|2. (Future Fetal Alcohol article to appear here.)|
|Cultural Awareness: Its Influence on Our Children - by Scott Clift (Series Introduction)|
|1. Cultural Awareness: The Question We Are Born With - (1st article of his series)|
|2. Cultural Awareness: Inclusiveness / Diversity - (2nd article of his series)|
|3. Cultural Awareness: Communication Packages - (3rd article of his series)|
CURRENT RESEARCH ARTICLES: Overindulgence Research results from survey ended April 2, 2001.
Researchers: Dr. David Bredehoft, Dr. Jean Illsley Clarke, and Dr. Connie Dawson
|Grasping a Slippery Topic: Overindulgence (Series Introduction)|
|1. What's in the Closet? (Counting May Not Help)|
|2. Too Much of a Good Thing?: When Helping Stops Being Helpful?|
|3. No Rules + Not Enforcing the Rules + No Chores + Lots of Freedom = Overindulgence Too|
|4. Why Worry? ... or ... The Uncomfortable Legacy|
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