Positive Parenting Tips for Toddlers

Talking To Toddlers

Talking to Toddlers is a program that offers effective parenting tips to help shape behavior in toddlers. It is a creation of Chris Thompson, a parenting professional and certified NLP practitioner. No doubt he has all it takes to address the issue of parenting. The program helps parents understand problems often experienced by children, include the reasons behind their behaviors. In most cases, parents communicate to children in inappropriate ways without know. This may lead kids to behave contrary to parents expectations. This is among the major problems this program helps to fix. You will be able to learn about the word you often misuse and evoke bad reactions from kids. Kids are often misunderstood and this makes it difficult for them to learn. This guide has helped thousands of parents across the world and it is going to help you too. Buy it today and start learning the best strategies you can use to train your children. Read more here...

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Toddler Talk: Techniques & Games

Bridget Giraldo is a licensed, American Speech-language Hearing Association (ASHA) certified, and a speech-language pathologist. She provides knowledge and the expertise to assist others to enhance their communication skills; parents especially benefit from her helpful tips concerning simple ideas on how to include language and speech activities daily as they interact with their young ones. Bridget has worked in inpatient rehab, acute care, sub-acute care, private and public schools, private practice, and out-patient rehab. Her main objective in most of her publications is to empower all parents, professionals, and any caregiver in the aspect of speech and language therapy. The speech-language pathologist has a website called speech therapy talk where she shares plenty of ideas that touch on language and speech therapy as well as other practical, easy activities to do at home. The book Toddler talk: Technique and games are designed to give directions to parents so that they become the driving force of change for their children; it provides parents with professional and therapy ideas. The book will help children to develop life-changing skills crucial for academic and social development. The eBook is available online; download a copy. Every suggestion has been well proven to be practical and effective. Read more here...

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Gender Ethnicracial And Life Span Considerations

The elderly are more prone to the condition because of their increased incidence of constipation, hemorrhoids, and diabetes mellitus. Women are more commonly affected by constipation than are men. An anorectal fistula is a rare diagnosis in children, but anorectal abscesses are common in infants and toddlers, particularly those still in diapers. Anal fistulas are complications of anorectal abscesses, which are more common in men than in women. For anatomical reasons, rectovaginal fistulas are found only in women. Ethnicity and race have no known effect on the risk of anorectal fistulas.

NOC Risk Detection

Provides information about the presence of deformity in one or both hips in the older infant or toddler and preschool age group usually identified when the child begins to walk or stand, and limb is shortened and adductor and flexor muscle contracture has occurred requires closed reduction (traction and cast) or open reduction (surgery, cast

Theoretical Orientation A Socialdevelopmental Perspective

Contemporary developmental theorists posit that abuse that takes place in childhood profoundly interferes with developmental tasks of that period, among which are included the critical development of affect regulation and interpersonal relatedness. There is substantial research in the developmental and community psychology literature indicating that childhood abuse has a negative impact on the acquisition of appropriate emotion regulation and interpersonal skills (e.g., Cicchetti & White, 1990 Shields & Cicchetti, 1998), a prerequisite to effective functioning in later life. For instance, early maltreatment, including both sexual and physical abuse, is associated with high levels of negativity and anger in toddlers and lack of self-control in preschoolers (Erickson, Egeland, & Pianta, 1989). Hostility and difficulty with peers (bullying or experiencing victimization) are seen in older children with histories of abuse (e.g., Hennessy, Rabideau, Cicchetti, & Cummings, 1994 Howes &...

Otitis Media Introduction

Otitis Media (OM) is an infection of the middle ear most common in infants and toddlers during the winter months. It may be either viral or bacterial. Inflammatory obstruction of the eustachian tube causes accumulation of secretions in the middle ear and negative pressure from lack of ventilation. The negative pressure pulls fluid and microorganisms into the middle ear through the eustachian tube resulting in otitis media with effusion. The illness usually follows a URI or cold. The older child runs a fever, is irritable, and complains of severe earache, while a neonate may be afebrile and appear lethargic. The child may or may not have a purulent discharge from the affected ear. Myringotomy is a surgical procedure performed to equalize the pressure by inserting tubes through the tympanic membrane. The tympanostomy tubes remain in place until they spontaneously fall out. Most children outgrow the tendency for OM by the age of 6. There is a higher incidence in children exposed to...

During the Palliative Phase

In communication with children with cancer the question that always arises is what do children understand about their disease, treatment, and about death. This is always dependent on their developmental level. Healthy toddlers consider death as a separation or as sleep, which is reversible. The definite character of death is not yet part of their world. This awareness becomes concrete during the school period. At the age of around 12, children are aware that everybody dies including themselves (Eiser 1990). For children who have cancer the development of this process becomes intensive, being confronted with their own mortality and the awareness that children die as well.

Case Example Of Depression

Consider another example to illustrate the developmental approach to the psychotherapeutic process. A middle-aged depressed woman had grown up with an extremely intrusive, controlling mother and a very available but passive father who deferred to mother. As near as can be reconstructed (some of it intellectually from mother's behavior), even as an infant and toddler, this woman's every reach for any sort of dependency gratification or for closeness was met by her mother's intrusive, controlling, and sometimes rejecting responses. The patient later came to feel that her mother's behavior was aimed at humiliating her. Much of her latency, adolescence, and now adulthood were geared to never showing weakness, vulnerability, or needi-ness in regard to her mother. The patient's tendency to become overloaded and fragmented and her difficulty in visual-spatial abstracting, in terms of regulating patterns, would have made it hard, under any circumstances, for her to engage as a toddler in the...

Minimum and Maximum Age for Implantation and Hearing Aid Benefit

According to this argument, implantation during the first year of life, but certainly before 2 years of age, seems logical. If this approach is taken, however, there is the real risk that insufficient time for hearing aid use, inadequate hearing aid fitting, and inadequate definition of the infant's residual hearing will mask the child's aided auditory potential. Infants and toddlers with severe hearing loss who are identified early, and who have the benefits of properly fit hearing aids, as well as family and professional support show clear advantage in the area of communication development.6 Children with severe hearing loss (90 to 100 dB bilaterally) who have the advantage of early intervention outperform children who are congenitally deaf and receive implants, particularly in terms of interpersonal communication development.7 In addition, although accurate and reliable evaluation of hearing sensitivity can be accomplished in infants and toddlers through...

Theoretical Constructs

And replace autism with the term presymbiosis here. The second stage is normal symbiosis, in which the infant functions as if the caregiver and infant form a dual unity, occurring from about 2 to 4 months of age. The third stage, separation-individuation, has been divided by Mahler into subphases differentiation (about 4 to 11 months), in which the infant shifts from an inward-directed focus to outward-directed tension and alertness practicing (about 11 to 17 months), in which the newly mobile infant moves away from the symbiotic orbit to explore the world, returning to the mother periodically for refueling rapprochement (about 18 to 24 months), in which the toddler becomes increasingly aware of his or her vulnerability and thus seeks closeness with the mother, yet simultaneously has a strong need for separateness and autonomy and on the way to object constancy (about 24 to 36 months), in which the toddler increasingly separates from the mother while integrating the good and bad parts...

Changing Nutritional Needs throughout Life

Toddlers and preschoolers sometimes become picky eaters as their newfound independence propels them into a variety of activities that seem much more interesting than eating. The best solution is to keep offering your young child a variety of foods while not forcing him or her to eat any one food in particular. A good rule of thumb to use when portioning out food is 1 tablespoon of food for every year of age, so, for example, a 3-year-old would get 3 tablespoons of each food at mealtime. Children under 2 years should not yet follow the Dietary Guidelines for Americans (see page 6) because they need fat in their diet for brain development.

Implants in Children with Multiple Disabilities andor Auditory Neuropathy

Interest in, and ability to, identify infants and children with auditory neuropathy has added to the complexity of the decision about implantation. I am referring to a condition in which both conventional and electophysiologic measures of auditory function show abnormal auditory nerve function with relatively intact cochlear function that is, the infant, toddler, or child with auditory neuropathy will likely show robust pre-neural evidence of cochlear hair cell function (intact evoked otoacoustic emissions) and absent or grossly abnormal 8 th cranial nerve auditory transmissions (measured through evoked electrophysiologic measures, such as auditory brainstem response testing). Conventional behavioral audiometry in these cases generally suggests profound bilateral hearing impairment. The precise site of lesion in many cases of auditory neuropathy can only be inferred, particularly in the absense of a syndrome. Implantation in a cochlea with evidence of normal hair cell function means...


On inspection, the external opening of the fistula is usually visible as a red elevation of granulation tissue with purulent or serosanguinous drainage on compression. Palpate the tract, noting that there is a hardened cordlike structure. Note that superficial perianal abscesses are not uncommon in infants and toddlers who are still in diapers. The abscess appears as a swollen, red, tender mass at the edge of the anus. Infants are often fussy, but may have no other symptoms.

Treatment Strategies

My strategy for managing PTO is based on a condition driven escalation of therapeutic invasion. I try to reserve complicated solutions for complicated problems. In most cases, PTO can be successfully managed by topical or systemic antibiotics, or both. In children younger than age 3 years, bacteriology is similar to that of acute otitis media (AOM). For minor cases, the application of steroid-containing antibiotic drops (SCAD), 3 drops in the affected ear on a t.i.d. schedule is effective. As a general rule, my endpoint is 7 days or at any time the child reacts to drop application as if it were painful. Even with the milder ophthalmic preparations, the pH can elicit pain when it comes in contact with normal mucosa. MeyerhofPs 1983 study16 in chinchillas clearly demonstrated drop ototoxicity when applied through tubes in ears with normal eustachian tubal function and middle ear mucosa. Infected mucosa offers a barrier to this ototoxicity, the absence of which is heralded by the pain...

Double Helix

In a dialectical dance, individuals cycle between these two foci in a recurring, one-two pattern. Infants focus on relatedness (trust mistrust). Growing toddlers emphasize self-definition (autonomy shame, then initiative guilt). Oedipal children shift back to relatedness (mutuality alienation). Youngsters then embark on two more stages of self-definition (industry inferiority and then identity role diffusion) as they progress through latency and adolescence. In young adulthood, they return to relatedness (intimacy isolation) followed by two more self-definitional stages (generativity stagnation and integrity despair) as they advance through middle age to senior citizenship.

NOC Fluid Balance

Initiate small amounts of clear liquids, as tolerated when nausea and vomiting subside offer oral hydration fluids breast-fed babies need frequent short feedings at the breast Infant 70 to 100 ml kg in 24 hours, toddler 50 to 70 ml kg in 24 hours, school-age 20 to 50 ml kg in 24 hours.

NOC Risk Control

During the child's progression through the different developmental stages. To minimize risk of trauma in the home by falls infants and toddlers frequently fall or sustain injuries. example for the toddler, gates over stairs but avoid restraining the toddler's attempt to master motor skills for the older child, participating in sports activities (use helmets and padding) 4) provide a home environment free of hazards, including clear pathways, and supervise child during ambulation and play without being overprotective.

NOC Sleep

Fulfillment of sleep needs related to age requirements infants need 10 to 20 hours 24 hours with a routine and sleep through the night by 5 months of age toddlers need 12 hours night and 2 naps which gradually changes to 10 hours night and 1 nap preschoolers need 10 hours night with or without a nap school-age children need 10 hours night wakenings may be caused by anxiety nightmares and the absence of good sleep habits may create sleep problems. position.Toddler remind of bedtime or nap in advance, offer snack, allow preferred toy in bed, can assist to prepare for bed.Preschool provide own sleeping area, night light, story or music.School-age provide time before sleep for talk, review activities of day.


Lack of awareness of the limitations of our knowledge fosters and is fostered by closed system thinking. Such unconsciousness may help sustain enthusiasm and grandiosity, albeit in a defensive, false form. Grandiosity derives partly from what Mahler (1972) called the practicing phase (approximately 10 to 18 months of age). Who can forget the awkwardness and excitement with which they acquired the skills to stroll the psychoanalytic path Slowly but surely, with many a slip, we perfected our ability to walk the walk and talk the talk. Like Mahlerian toddlers pleased with our exciting, new, hard-won abilities, we may be blissfully oblivious to the fact that one day we may have to decenter from egocentrism and put our capacities, our sense of self and others, into very different perspective. A Mahler-ian rapprochement crisis is necessary if we are to take the crucial developmental step of reconciling our cherished theory with the reality that there are other points of view at least as...

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