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2013-01-22
Name: mohit p Being aware of what children do and learn as they develop sets the stage to let you know if they are on the right path. Physicians are essential to help determine this. By monitoring healthy (or typical) developmental milestones, parents and professionals must work together to promote healthy development and to recognize when a child needs an immediate evaluation.
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2014-05-02
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Name: Gaurang Mishra
Subject:  Concerns About a Child
Very true! There are many books that tell you the signs to look for @ each and every stage of a child' s initial years. Regular check ups with a physician is also very important. It isn' t an easy task, raising a child!
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2016-05-12
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Name: stutee saini
Subject:  RE:Concerns About a Child
Parenting books, forums and of course the wisdom of friends and family who have handled it all earlier are a great source of information. For instance, I learn a lot of home remedies and quick fixes from my mom and MIL while my friends at office and my daughter's school teach me latest ideas about parenting and parenting dilemmas and so on.
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2016-02-04
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Name: sagar
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yes there are many books which tells hw to raise the child at difffrennt stages. and regular check ups really do the help.
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2013-01-22
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Name: daniel samuel
Subject:  Concerns About a Child
As child obesity is at an all time high and continuing to rise, the last thing a parent should do is let their children sit in front of a monitor. Even educational programs and games leave the child staring at a screen, usually to close, and not moving. The children are not burning any calories and are usually snacking on some sort of junk food. This may contribute to childhood diabetes and other obesity issues.
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2013-01-22
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Name: loda rajput
Subject:  Concerns About a Child
Abusive behavior in kids is a difficult behavior to deal with. This behavior is mostly seen in kids with issues such as opposition defiant disorder, bipolar disorder and even attention deficit disorder. Kids who show abusive behavior are showing a need to have control over another.

If your kid is exibiting abusive behavior, you need to get to the core of the problem instead of just dealing with each abusive situation as they appear. How do you do this? The following article address how to discourage abusive behavior in kids.
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2013-01-22
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Name: harish
Subject:  Concerns About a Child
in order to keep a true balance to discipline, it cannot be all about punishment either. No matter what children do wrong, they still need to know that they are loved. This is where the balance comes in. For every time that you punish your children, you also need to give them love.
It is important that they understand that your love is not conditional, but you do have limits on the kind of behavior that you will accept. When your child has been punished for anything at all, follow it up with a hug and a message that although your child' s behavior may have been unacceptable, this is not a reflection on how you feel about him/her.
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2013-01-22
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Name: rina som
Subject:  Concerns About a Child
As your child grows, you may want to teach him/her to make restitution when others have been hurt. Teach your child to apologize for hitting or even for hurting someone' s feelings. Start this from the time that your child starts learning to talk. This teaches your child empathy, and will give your child the opportunity to make things better. If your child has taken something, you will need to make sure that he/she gives it back. If your child has broken something, he/she will need to find a way to replace it, whether it comes out of an allowance or can be worked off. This also helps to teach your child self-discipline and social responsibility.
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2013-01-22
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Name: sam baby
Subject:  Concerns About a Child
Bedwetting is a normal part of growing up. Many children wet their bed. Research suggests that bedwetting is genetic. When both parents suffered from bedwetting problem in their childhood, their children would have a higher chance of wetting the bed.

Do not treat bedwetting as an unforgivable sin. Do not embarrass your child for bedwetting. The more you embarrass him, the more he wets his bed. Treat it as part of childhood development, and do not scold him. Take steps to reduce bedwetting problem to the minimum.

The first step to prevent bedwetting is to ensure your child uses the bathroom before bedtime. You must insist that your child makes a trip to the bathroom. You can go with him and make sure he urinates.

The second step to prevent bedwetting is to stop your child from drinking water two hours before bedtime. If he complains of thirst, let him sips some water. You should not allow him to drink a whole glass of water. You should not let him drink tea, coffee, and soft drinks before bedtime.

Caffeinated drink causes dehydration. Caffeinated drink worsens the bedwetting problem in your child.

The third step to prevent bedwetting is to avoid upsetting your child. Do not upset your child in any way before bedtime. Let him watch a horror movie, and he will have a nightmare of ghosts hunting for him. The excitement will make him wet the bed.

Do not tell bedtime stories of evil witches eating children. You do not want your child to live the horror in his dream. Try not to insult him, and call him names before bedtime. He will think that you do not love him, and want to disown him. The stress of having such thoughts will make him upset. He will wet his bed.

Tell your child to wake up, and go to the bathroom if he dreams of the need to go bathroom. If he is too young to go the bathroom on his own, place the squeaking duck besides his bed. Instruct him to squeeze the duck, so that you can wake up and bring him to the toilet.

If your child has unusually high incidents of bedwetting, find out his fear. Fear and stress increase bedwetting. Once you know the cause of bedwetting, please eliminate the cause of his fear, and reduce his stress.

If he is fearful of his teacher, do talk to his teacher, so that she can take positive action.

Bedwetting is an embarrassing problem for your child. Do not scold him and make him feel useless. Treat it as part of life. Do not allow your older children to laugh at him.

Explain that bedwetting is a normal process of growing up, and that all children do outgrow bedwetting.

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2013-01-22
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Name: keshav cv
Subject:  Concerns About a Child
Children who do not get enough sleep often experience physical developmental and behavioral issues, according to the Child Development Institute. When your child is put to bed when she becomes sleepy instead of falling asleep in your arms, she learns to develop a self-induced sleep cycle. If your child has this sleep cycle, she will fall asleep easily and typically be more secure when she gets older. Sleepwalking, wetting the bed and nightmares are all issues that children may face as they get older. As your child gets older, failing to get the proper amount of sleep may lead to learning and behavioral problems. If your child is able to sleep for a minimum of 8 hours, she will typically be happier and have plenty of energy to make it through the day.
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2013-01-22
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Name: krishna
Subject:  Concerns About a Child
Every parent faces challenges in raising their child. An adopted child often presents challenges and developmental concerns that are different from a non-adopted child. Often these challenges appear similar to those of a non-adopted child, but they may be more focused ar may be magnified due to the adoption process. These special adoption related challenges can occur whether your child was adopted at birth or when they were older, whether they were adopted from foster care, through an agency adoption or a private adoption, or whether they are from a different cultural heritage, race, or country. The challenges and development issue are different solely because the child has been adopted. Some of these adoption related issues are more obvious in all stages of your child' s development while others appear at specific times. To think, believe, or hope that your child will never be affected by the adoption and will have issues that are no different than a non-adopted child is to ignore the facts.
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2013-01-22
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Name: karan vani
Subject:  Concerns About a Child
Emotional and social impairments concerns in child development affect coping ability, social interaction, emotional control and can cause impairments in school. These children often suffer from frustration when trying to learn new tasks. Adults that interact with children who suffer from early childhood issues involving emotional and social development should address the problem through proper role modeling, positive feedback and praise.
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2013-01-22
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Name: era desai
Subject:  Concerns About a Child
Parenting should be one of life’s enriching experiences, but for some parents it is frustrating, exhausting and disappointing. Puzzled and distressed by their child’s behaviour, they may turn to their general practitioner for help.1 Often the behaviour needs to be understood as a variation of normal — temper tantrums in 2–3 year olds or resistance to parental rules in 14 year olds — but for a significant number the “difficult behaviour” is a symptom of an underlying issue to be identified and addressed. According to Australian studies, some 18% of children have a significant social and emotional problem needing professional help a conservative 10% of children struggle with learning difficulties and a further 5%–8% experience one of the forms of attention deficit disorder. These problems are generally more common in boys, with a ratio of 3–4 : 1.2 Increasingly, parents are asking for help with unravelling such issues, a task which can require additional skills and resources.
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