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PARENTING THAT WORKS By Wilma J. Johnson, MSW, Ed.D.
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This book takes us back to the beginning, to the foundational principles important in our Christian walk and in raising children. That foundation is the Bible, God’s Word. This program was... More > developed based on research, best practices,several parenting programs, and personal experiences of the Author.< Less
Our Parents, Ourselves: Health Care for an Aging Population By Dartmouth Atlas Working Group
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Using Medicare claims data, this report examines the demographics of older adults, including age, race, enrollment status, and other characteristics, to understand who are the older adults of today... More > in the U.S. It explores the care experienced by this population, looking at the number and types of care providers they see, along with the frequency with which they have contact with the health care system. It identifies areas in which patient-centered improvements are most needed for older patients, as well as recognizes areas in which those improvements are already under way. Finally, it notes the distinctive challenges and opportunities presented by special populations, including people with multiple chronic conditions and dementia.< Less
Parenting for First Time Parents By gerard d'hont
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Challenges in today’s world, with society, education, the environment, the work place, finance, and especially at home, call for strong confident adults who can make smart decisions. How... More > can we prepare ourselves, and our children, for the world of tomorrow? Practical Parenting insights for first time parents. www.parenting-support.net< Less
A Semester of Parenting By Joshua Hammari
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A humorous typographic exploration of lessons learned in parenting. Please email for a preview as this feature is not working through lulu.com: hamma036@d.umn.edu or link to the PDF preview at... More > http://www.d.umn.edu/~hamma036/implement.html< Less
PARENT POWER By Larry C. Alvarado, MA
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PARENT POWER helps Parents work with teens to handle school demands, get high grades and prepare for higher education and college with Basic and Advanced strategies for their success in school. SLS... More > BASIC Strategies help parents set things up to improve teen grades, graduate and prepare for higher education schools and college. Studies show today's workers need to complete some type of higher education training for tomorrow's careers. SLS ADVANCED Parent Strategies explain what counts most to get into colleges and universities. Parents learn how to apply to and find money to pay for competitive colleges and universities and how to deal with schools and college contacts. Preparing teens to handle college workloads and finding money to pay for higher education are 2 important parts for student graduation and success. Parent strategies coordinate and work with the strategies teens learn in SLS Middle School and High School Books - one of the many unique features of the SLS Success System.< Less
Parenting for Success By John H. Hill
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"Parenting for Success" offers 10 principles for parents from a Biblical perspective. This work not only gives practical applications for training children, but also offers parents help in... More > self-development. Within "Parenting for Success" the reader will begin to understand how to formulate and implement a plan that will bring their children to a place of becoming the spiritual heritage God intends them to be.< Less
Parenting for Success By John H. Hill
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"Parenting for Success" offers 10 principles for parents from a Biblical perspective. This work not only gives practical applications for training children, but also offers parents help in... More > self-development. Within "Parenting for Success" the reader will begin to understand how to formulate and implement a plan that will bring their children to a place of becoming the spiritual heritage God intends them to be.< Less
PARENTING STYLE By P. Sooriya
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Parenting is a complex activity that includes many specific behaviors that work individually and together to influence child outcomes. Parenting in general terms, is what defines how our children... More > behave in different situations, respond and react to different scenarios and ultimately the kind of adults that they grow into. Most parenting revolves around trying to exert some level of control over our children, to make our lives as easy as possible and also to create a harmonious family environment. Parenting is not a single activity, but the total of approaches and behavioral patterns used to care and groom children.< Less
Dear Parents... By Brittany Cephas
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This book was inspired from my years of working with children and adolescents in the mental health setting and school setting. Many of the young people I treat today, or have treated in the past,... More > struggle to cope with their emotions, due to loss, depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, trauma, ADHD, etc. This book is a help guide for parents and caregivers to use to affirm their children. It offers tips on how to show your children a deeper level of love by using words, and it allows parents to make reflections with a journal section. Dear Parents, Thank you for all the sacrifices you make to give your children the best chance at having a happy and healthy life.< Less
Homework And Parents By Homework Help Classof1
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Homework is not only about students or children who are given the work. It is something that involves a lot of other people, such as the parents, teachers, elder sisters or brothers and tutors. But... More > the maximum impacts it has are on the parents. Parents and homework have such a strong bonding that it cannot be broken, no matter how hard they try. Parents are by default connected to the homework given to their children and often face higher levels of stress and agony, as compared to the children. Given the carefree nature of the students, parents usually get extremely tensed and agitated about their kids' homework. This can cause frustration, anger, anxiety and even a lot of impatience at times.< Less

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