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Down Syndrome Facts (a Guide for Parents and Professionals) By Maureen Biwi
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It is a known fact that early detection and screening of Down syndrome can lead to several benefits. Prevention of several complications can be achieved by knowing the condition early on, before it... More > can lead to other problems in the body. Diagnosis is done through a variety of ways. A new simple blood test for Down syndrome in unborn babies can save expectant mums from risky invasive checks. This is good news compared to the current testing methods that ran risks of miscarriages, even if the foetus turns out to be healthy. Although the signs and symptoms of Down syndrome are very distinct, there are still other symptoms that might confuse both doctors and parents. Each affected individual is unique and possesses different disabilities. Hence, generalizations cannot be made. Knowing the characteristics, nature and triggers can be very valuable for finding immediate alleviation measures. You can also avoid complications by checking for the early signs.< Less
Childhood Nutrition: What Every Parent Should Know By Anthony Ekanem
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Getting your child or a child that you are looking after to eat healthy can seem like a somewhat impossible task. Children can be very picky at times and for the most part, vegetables and other... More > healthy foods are not high on their list of preferences. The good news is that it is possible to get your child to eat healthy nutritious food and you can even get them to like it. A lot of the process of getting your child to eat healthy is a trial and error process. You are going to have to keep trying new things and preparing them different ways until you become familiar with what healthy things your child does and does not like. There are a lot of tips and tricks you can use to get your child to eat healthy, many parents just are not aware of them. You should use as many of these tricks as you can because proper childhood nutrition is extremely important for the development of a child.< Less
Kids, Parents & Technology: A Guide for Young Families By Dr. Eitan Schwarz MD FAACAP DLFAPA
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MyDigitalFamily, Ltd. and Dr. S present the second eBook edition of its indispensible tool for parents. Parents need help managing media at home. By now you already figured out that it is not enough... More > just to protect kids from technology's hazards. As a parent of young kids, you have wondered if anyone really knows what to do to harness the power of technology to help your kids start out right, and grow and develop in all the best possible ways. Now you finally have in your hands the answer about technology. This is the first ever comprehensive and practical child- and family-centered guide of its kind. Parents: reset your thinking and learn step-by-step how to make digital media into powerful parenting tools. And now, this guide is the user’s manual for Dr. S’ FITGOALS® (SEE Chapter 13), the revolutionary new iPad app that contains kids in the Internet parents and teachers design for them. It is the world’s first media manager for parents.< Less
Foster Parent & Substitute Teacher: World's Greatest Jobs By Lois Simmons
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The job that you want is on the inside of you. I’m assuming you want to know how you get it. You create it! When did Americans start depending on the government to create jobs for everyone? ... More > When did Americans lose their ability to create? I’ve noticed the children in schools wants you to spoon-feed them everything. They want you to provide all the answers for them. They don’t want to think. How did this lazy spirit take over America? We have millions of college graduates without jobs, but why aren’t they using their mental faculties to be creative and think of new jobs. Wake up America! It’s time to believe in ourselves again! It’s time to be creative again! If you have something positive to say to me, visit me at fcresouces@aol.com. I don’t have time for negative comments because I’m busy trying to create jobs and I don’t have a college education, but I do have grandchildren!< Less
Foster Parent & Substitute Teacher: World's Greatest Jobs By Lois Simmons
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The job that you want is on the inside of you. I’m assuming you want to know how you get it. You create it! When did Americans start depending on the government to create jobs for everyone? ... More > When did Americans lose their ability to create? I’ve noticed the children in schools wants you to spoon-feed them everything. They want you to provide all the answers for them. They don’t want to think. How did this lazy spirit take over America? We have millions of college graduates without jobs, but why aren’t they using their mental faculties to be creative and think of new jobs. Wake up America! It’s time to believe in ourselves again! It’s time to be creative again! If you have something positive to say to me, visit me at fcresouces@aol.com. I don’t have time for negative comments because I’m busy trying to create jobs and I don’t have a college education, but I do have grandchildren!< Less
New Media, New Ethics? By Margaret Syverson
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This book addresses a missing piece of the public conversations about ethics and digital media. The chapters in this book were written by college students at the University of Texas in a course... More > called Ethics and New Media, offered in spring of 2015 and taught by Peg Syverson. The chapters reflect the students’ deep inquiry through research on their peers, reading, online discussion, and editorial work. In its chapters, college students report their research on the ethical dilemmas faced by their peers. The results are provocative, wide-ranging, and surprising. They raise further questions about how we can continue to include the voices of those most affected by new media in our public discussions about ethics, internet regulation, appropriate use of technology by children, and wise guidance from parents, spiritual leaders, and teachers.< Less
I Was A Teenager Father: Parenting from the perspective of an African American, Single Parent Father By Rashan Cole
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Being a new parent can be hard and anyone who has been through it will tell you there's no instruction manual on doing it the right way. My daughter was born when I was only 16 and I had to figure... More > things out the hard way. This book chronicles some of the trials and tribulations I dealt with as a first time parent and throughout I give advice on how to avoid certain pitfalls in parenting and work through some almost inevitable challenges. Some things I say you may or may not agree with; either way you may be right, after all no two situations are the same. But I know what it feels like to be a new parent, especially an unprepared teenage parent, trying your best to raise a child and wondering “What in the world have I gotten myself into!?” If you’re an African American, Caucasian or other, whether you’re a teenage parent or just a parent of an infant or young child and are looking for a little help, well I’ll try to give you some of the best advice I can and hopefully it will help you in raising your child.< Less
I Was a Teenage Father: Parenting from the Perspective of an African American Single Parent Father By Rashan Cole
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Being a new parent can be hard and anyone who has been through it will tell you there's no instruction manual on doing it the right way. My daughter was born when I was only 16 and I had to figure... More > things out the hard way. This book chronicles some of the trials and tribulations I dealt with as a first time parent and throughout I give advice on how to avoid certain pitfalls in parenting and work through some almost inevitable challenges. Some things I say you may or may not agree with; either way you may be right, after all no two situations are the same. But I know what it feels like to be a new parent, especially an unprepared teenage parent, trying your best to raise a child and wondering “What in the world have I gotten myself into!?” If you’re an African American, Caucasian or other, whether you’re a teenage parent or just a parent of an infant or young child and are looking for a little help, well I’ll try to give you some of the best advice I can and hopefully it will help you in raising your child.< Less
Voyaging Together to a New Life: A Handbook for Newcomers to Hawaii (English Version) By Hawaii Parent Information Resource Center et al.
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[1st Edition, September 2008, English Version] As with other ethnic group newcomers, the Chuukese and Marshallese populations are faced with exciting yet challenging adjustments in their new home.... More > The intent of this handbook is to provide an acculturation tool for those from the Freely Associated States. The handbook is written in different languages: English, Chuukese, and Marshallese. The handbook includes: The important role of the family in the home and at school; Caring for children; Child safety in the home and in the community; Hawaii laws; and Low or no-cost resources. Note: $4.00 of each book purchased is tax deductible. These funds will go directly to the Kuhio Park Terrace Family Center, a program of Parents And Children Together.< Less
The New Baby By Ellise Gladney
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This book is the first of my sibling rivalry series. This is designed to assist parents in understanding sibling rivalry and to help children develop positive relationships with their own siblings.... More > Every book has humor and a solution for everyday problems your children may face growing up together as a family.< Less

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