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Not Just Cute, the Podcast is like listening to a conversation with your nerdy best friend. Who happens to be obsessed with child development. Each episode covers a different topic related to parenting, early childhood education, and healthy, whole child development in order to support teachers and parents in serving young children.
 
At The House of Kids Development, We offer holistic programs and lectures and use incorporated cognitive therapies.This podcast covers a wide range of parenting issues that serve to help parents achieve better balance. Focusing on kids, parents, and the relationship between parents, the house of child development touches on all aspects of family life with a child with special needs. The podcast host delivers episodes on matters regarding children of all ages and welcomes guests, experts, and ...
 
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This parenting podcast empowers parents on their journey by exploring what it means to nurture and be nurtured with mindfulness and presence. Listen to learn how you can best meet your child’s developmental needs as your child grows and develops while cultivating a nurturing, joyful home life.
 
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Verity Ed means TRUTH in education -- holistic, attuned to stages of child development, connected to other like-minded families, raising kids in this challenging new world of technology. My goal is to help other parents reclaim their role as primary educators of their children. If you’re new to homeschooling, just want some fresh ideas, parent community, and are ready to reboot your family culture, then please join us. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/erika239/support
 
This podcast contains information regarding Sensory Processing and other discussions about Child Development in general, as well as, for Children with Special Needs. Information about Developmental Milestones, Sensory Processing, and other general information about Child Development will be included in these shows. Sensory Processing in Children with Special Needs and Child Development
 
Want to see your children reach their full potential, in all areas of their lives? Tim Dansie, a registered teacher and psychologist who is sought-after by both parents and educators alike, reveals what it takes to set your child up for success. Tim shares insights from his decades of experience working with children from all backgrounds with all kinds of personalities. He also shares real stories that you can learn from. Each episode is easy to understand with practical tips that you can ap ...
 
Within every child, there is a hidden potential waiting to be revealed. We intuitively know this as parents, and yet our hearts ache because raising these precious creatures is so hard. Enter: Montessori. By observing and focusing on our child's secret developmental nature and using a gentle, compassionate discipline approach, we can make both of our lives a whole lot easier! Join Aubrey, a Montessorian and mom of two, in a discussion about parenting, homeschooling, and the magic of childhood.
 
Society’s Super Heroes is a podcast series celebrating the men, women and organisations who have dedicated their lives to empowering communities, and who work tirelessly to improve the lives of others. Each sector commemorates an annual day. The days are occasions to educate and to reinforce achievements in humanity. These days are the perfect springboard for awareness raising actions. We will be curating conversations with Super Heroes to explore what their day means to them and shine a spo ...
 
Healthy development in the early years provides the building blocks for educational achievement, economic productivity, responsible citizenship, strong communities, and successful parenting of the next generation. By improving children’s environments, relationships, and experiences early in life, society can address many costly problems, including incarceration, homelessness, and the failure to complete high school. But if you’re a parent, caregiver, teacher, or someone who works with childr ...
 
Welcome to Thriving in the Midst of Chaos! This show is about surviving parenthood while having a child with special needs, while attempting to keep your self and your sanity intact. We share our experiences and discuss how we survived, what worked for us, and what didn’t work for us. This is a nonjudgmental space, to realize that we all actually WILL live through this and to make thriving in parenthood an actual possibility. We will also be sharing fails, nails, and comical tales, as well a ...
 
Center for Talent Development (CTD) at Northwestern University is dedicated to serving the gifted community and ensuring that gifted students receive the education, encouragement and support they need to learn and grow into confident and accomplished adults whose love for learning grows stronger each year. CTD provides research-based assessment, advanced programs and resources to enhance a child’s schooling.
 
Family law lawyers Cassandra Drake and Fanda Wu of Lindsay Kenney LLP discuss the latest developments in family law, from their perspective as family law lawyers practising in Vancouver, British Columbia. Topics include celebrity divorces, surrogacy, child custody, high conflict personalities, polygamous relationships, prenuptial agreements, paternity issues, and ultra high net worth divorces.
 
This podcast is for anyone who is interested in child and adolescent development. Each week, a child/adolescent psychologist and a long-time teacher discuss an aspect of child or adolescent behavior, emotional, social, or cognitive development. Examples of how the concepts work are described in layman's terms and practical explanations are provided. Specific strategies are suggested to be used to help children and adolescents to manage their lives better. Please join us as we tell stories, e ...
 
Practice Strategies include:Strengthen family engagement strategies that are culturally competent throughout the life of the case. Family engagement includes: Early and ongoing identification, location and engagement of all parents, relatives and significant others in the child’s life; Use of family meetings and engaging other adult permanency resources in planning and caring for children (including their education, emotional and medical well-being); Early, frequent and developmentally appro ...
 
A podcast for the mindful modern mom who is raising a family in the now age. We talk all things, parenting, spirituality, self-care, and personal development. You'll hear real-life lessons, from real mom's in all stages of motherhood from new mom to teenage mom, expert insights and live life coaching with Bernadette
 
How can I help my teen handle the pressures of adolescence? When should I start talking with my child about alcohol, dating, and sex, and what should I say? Teens may act like they don't want to hear from their parents, but your guidance is key to helping them face the challenges ahead. The stories of families in Healthy Futures - Saving Sex for Later can help you find the ways to talk to your children about difficult topics, stay involved in their lives, and provide the support they need to ...
 
Credit/Finances will feature topics and guest that will educate and empower listeners on getting your credit in tip top shape to be able to have buying power. Giving listeners education listeners on debt payoff strategies, budgeting tools, strategies on how to pay monthly credit card bills, and more Guest will include Tax gurus, Financial advisors, credit repair specialist and more. Mental /emotional health will feature topics and guest that will educate listeners on different diagnosis, in ...
 
B'H/Blessed is Our Creator!!! S.O.U.L. S.=Seven O.= Original/Oldest U.=Universal L.=Laws A show produced and hosted by Don Zusya Goodman, a Rabbinical College of America Graduate with a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Religious Studies has been a member of the Chabad Lubavitch Chassidic educational movement for the past 30 years. 1. Fuses Torah/Biblical Rabbinical Learning with prior secular training in radio-communications-newspaper skills. 2.T.C.I. Therapeutic Crisis Intervention formerly cert ...
 
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Meghan Fitzgerald has combined her many professional and personal experiences with her passion for learning, play, and nature, to create Tinkergarten, a program that supports caregivers in providing children with powerful outdoor play experiences. In this episode, she shares her insights on how and why playing in nature benefits every child’s devel…
 
This delightful story is about Little Munchkin and her quest to find a home before winter arrives. Although she spends her days helping Mother Nature’s children, like the butterflies and lizards, summer has gone and winter is on the way so it’s time for Little Munchkin to find a new home that she can snuggle into. “This story, (writes author, Susan…
 
I want to mention some things that parents of young babies have to think about. They often think about: * Where their baby sleeps* Why their baby cries (or cries so much)* Worry about SIDS* How much their baby sleeps* Their baby's brain development* How to feed their baby (and how to get support for it)* Wondering when our babies will speakOf cours…
 
Episode 108: Learning An Instrument When One Has Special Needs With Guest Delwyn McKenzie In this episode, Delwyn McKenzie discusses the usefulness of learning an instrument for children with special needs. She grew up playing instruments, and made sure her children learned instruments, too. Early on in her childhood, her daughter was diagnosed wit…
 
In this podcast, Allison Gregory discusses her paper 'Consensus clinical management guideline for beta-propeller protein-associated neurodegeneration'. The paper is available here: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/dmcn.14980?af=R Subscribe to our channel for more: https://bit.ly/2ONCYiC ___ Listen to all our episodes: https://bit.ly/2yPF…
 
In this podcast, Nevin and Palmer discuss their paper 'Psychosocial impacts of genetic testing on parents of children with developmental and epileptic encephalopathy'. The paper is available here: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/dmcn.14971 Subscribe to our channel for more: https://bit.ly/2ONCYiC ___ Listen to all our episodes: https://…
 
In this podcast, Akins and Shrader discuss his paper 'Transcriptional analysis of muscle tissue and isolated satellite cells in spastic cerebral palsy'. The paper is available here: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/dmcn.14915 Subscribe to our channel for more: https://bit.ly/2ONCYiC ___ Listen to all our episodes: https://bit.ly/2yPFgTC …
 
Clarabell lived in a small cottage by the sea and every morning she collected seashells by the shore. One day, Clarabell closed her eyes and made a wish. She wished to have her very own star. A little star heard Clarabell’s wish and started its journey down to earth. We recommend this story for ages 3-7 About the Author - Christy Klincewicz This is…
 
Today is International Equal Pay Day, despite decades of activism, and dozens of laws on equal pay, women still earn significantly less than men do. According to the National Business Initiative women in South Africa are paid between 19% and 37% less than their male counterparts. Tireless advocates for the rights of women - Mmbatho Mokiti and Sharo…
 
In this podcast, Magnus Påhlman discusses his paper 'Neuroimaging findings in children with cerebral palsy with autism and/or attentiondeficit/ hyperactivity disorder: a population-based study'. The paper is available here: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/dmcn.15011 Subscribe to our channel for more: https://bit.ly/2ONCYiC ___ Listen to…
 
Episode 107: Promoting Reading In Children With Learning Disabilities With Guest Dr. Maria Cleary In this episode, Dr. Maria Cleary discusses reading literacy and and the importance of continuing to read throughout childhood. Her daughter was showing learning delays when she was young and was found to have left-brain hemiatrophy. Her daughter did w…
 
In this podcast, Christiaan Gmelig Meyling discusses his paper 'Physical rehabilitation interventions in children with acquired brain injury: a scoping review' The paper is available here: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/dmcn.14997 Subscribe to our channel for more: https://bit.ly/2ONCYiC ___ Listen to all our episodes: https://bit.ly/2…
 
In this podcast, Anna Basu discusses her paper 'Social prescribing: can it help disabled children?'. The paper is available here: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/dmcn.14973 Subscribe to our channel for more: https://bit.ly/2ONCYiC ___ Listen to all our episodes: https://bit.ly/2yPFgTC __ DMCN Journal: Developmental Medicine & Child Neur…
 
Once there was a forest where a great many birds made their homes and during the day the young birds played together with their friends. One day danger came to their forest and all the birds had to stay in their nests and could no longer play together. We recommend this story for ages 3 - 7 About the Author - Stephen Spitalny is a writer, early chi…
 
World Suicide Prevention Day is commemorated on the 10th September and promotes worldwide commitment and action to prevent suicide. According to SADAG, in South Africa 9% of all teen deaths are due to suicide. Children as young as 7 have committed suicide in South Africa. We discuss why suicide is on the increase.…
 
Episode 106: Using Summer To Create An Amazing School Year With Guest Dr. Laura Reber In this episode, guest Dr. Laura Reber discusses maximizing your summer to help your child with the school year. She discussed the importance of learning executive functioning skills. To help transition from school to summer, keep schedules similar (meals, sleep, …
 
The story of The Three Little Deers and The Great Storm captures the young child's imagination. This therapeutic story was written for children to offer a sense of courage and triumph. The story is about three young deers who wander away from their home in the forest and when a great storm comes, they discover that they have the courage to find the…
 
Today we're talking about the new lower elementary program, why subjects are like a painter's palette, and how to capitalize on those special teachable moments with your child. Visit ChildoftheRedwoods.com to learn more.โดย Aubrey Hargis
 
We are celebrating! It’s International Day of Charity - the 5th September, one year of Society's Super Heroes' podcasts! This is our 30th podcast and we have had just under 3000 downloads. We are so grateful to Nfinity Media and to each and every guest that has spent time with us in studio - a massive thank-you! We commemorate International Day of …
 
We all want our kids to be able to regulate themselves, don't we? It feels like one of the main goals of parenting is how we are able to help get our kids to the stage where they can handle big emotions, frustrations, and the minor struggles on their own. Like most things that are developmental in nature, parents can play a key role in how this hap…
 
Episode 105: Bassie Shemtov's Experience Creating Inclusive Communities and Employment Opportunities In this episode, guest Bassie Shemtov discusses how to create friendship and inclusion in the community. She and her husband began their career by working in the addictions community. However, Bassie didn't feel as if they were offering everything t…
 
Discover my two simple steps to starting to homeschool and get a great PEP TALK for the beginning of the year (or the middle or the end!). You can do this and you’re not alone! Parents are primary and by nature and grace have what it takes to raise amazing, interesting, and loving kids! WHAT I’M STARTING WITH (My curriculum reveal 2021 series!): RE…
 
The setting is summertime and this is a simple story about the life of a caterpillar. Follow the journey of the caterpillar as he looks around for something to eat and inches through the grass, up hills and down hills, climbing over and under sticks. We recommend this story for ages 3 - 5 About the Author - Kristen McArthur is a Waldorf Early Child…
 
See my three organizing tools that I have developed over 16 years of homeschooling! These three flexible organizing principles have worked with children ages 2 through 16, for multiple kids, and for children schooling solo. Tried and true parenting and home education hacks for busy parents who want to stop worrying about color coding and start focu…
 
What a first day of homeschool **really** looks like for us! Complete with the good, the bad, and the screaming toddler -- we are so excited to start a new school year with you! Join our family in this beautiful life centered on God, each other, and educating lifelong, independent learners. #homeschooling #dayinthelife #newschoolyear WHAT I’M START…
 
Babywearing is still somewhat fringe in our society, despite being exactly how babies have been kept close to parents for most of human history. I mean, it's not like we had strollers back in the stone age. When people utilize babywearing today, most do so for convenience. After all, if you've tried navigating strollers on public transit, you know …
 
Episode 104: Alexa Bigwarfe's Experience of Twin-To-Twin Transfusion, Infant Loss, and Transformation Through Writing In this episode, Alexa Bigwarfe discusses her experience with twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome and child loss. During her third pregnancy, she should have been followed as a high risk pregnancy with a maternal fetal medicine doctor…
 
Daisy and Dilly are two Mama ducks that live in a beautiful little pond with all their ducklings. One day, they notice that their ducklings have grown so much that there’s not enough room in the pond or enough food for everyone. What can they do? We recommend this story for ages 2 - 7 About the Author - Anja Toddington Anja moved to the UK from Ger…
 
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