Another great training program designed specifically for smaller day care centers and in-home providers. Topics include: parent orientation, emergency information, child behavior, child abuse, childhood basics (infants/toddlers), supervision, potential child hazards, outdoor safety, kitchen safety, feeding tips, emergencies, medical, poison control, tornados, earthquakes, and child proofing the home.
This program was developed with the help of undercover police, detectives and a school teacher who has worked with the FBI on child abductions. Predators seem to be everywhere and now they are able to come into the home via the internet. This program points out some of the pitfalls parents make and what parents and teachers can do to help protect children who use the internet.
This program was developed by an in-home provider who has achieved great acclaim for her teaching methods. This program explains what sensory motor development is and how small children can learn proper coordination with simple “games” and teaching moments.
If you’re a teacher, you’ve been bombarded with information on a number of syndromes, illnesses, disabilities, and other information to facilitate classroom inclusion. Inclusion has added to your burden of teaching. Yet there seems to be a silver lining in each child regardless of their status. This short program discusses Asperger’s Syndrome which is one of the least known, yet fastest emerging diagnoses for children and adults.
This is perhaps one of the best programs relating to ADD/HD, as it was designed by Barbara Berg, M.S., M.C.S.W, who has counseled thousands of youngsters with ADD/HD and had also been diagnosed as ADD/HD herself.
This Program designed by teachers and parents with Autistic children and Autistic children in their facilities. Features a short interview with Dr. Bernard Rimland, founder of the Autism Research Institute, Author and noted expert on Austim. Dr. Rimland was the technical director of the movie "Rainman" features Dustin Hoffman and Tom Cruise.
This program parallels the Autism in the Classroom principles, but is more in-depth for what problems parents may encounter with their Autistic child. This program is based upon parents whose child was diagnosed with Autism and they were at a loss of "what to do now.
Another enlightening program for child care providers and teachers. This program features Dr. Ruth Smith, PHD., university researcher, mental retardation expert, Susan Carter, a special education teacher at Hope University (Anaheim, California) and several Down Syndrome children/adults. Most teachers have seen or worked with Down Syndrome children, but this program explains some associated problems with these children and provides tips on how to make their learning experience more productive.
This program parallels the Autism in the Classroom principles, but is more in-depth for what problems parents may encounter with their Autistic child. This program for parents whose child have been diagnosed with Autism and are at a loss of “what to do now.” Features parents who explain how many of their problems were overcome, how to work with an Autistic child and how they are now beginning to see results of their hard work and experiences.
By Nuria Chinchilla, Mireia Las Heras and Aline D. Masuda
Parents around the globe are facing the common challenges of balancing family and work. And the need has never been more urgent for organizations to recognize how having a family impacts an employee’s creativity, productivity and performance.