The development of a child is an amazing journey. Child development theories surround us in how best to raise and protect your child and how to manage conditions such as Down's Syndrome and Autism.
Fairy Tales will terrorize you once you read their original versions. Can these stories teach anything positive?
A humorous look at how children seem to perceive adult words.
The idea to study drawings is helpful in family cases. Children notice the little things around them, that some adults will overlook. By having a child draw, what they view around them shows. For example, a child who is being abused by their father...
Article discussing the issue of how best to deal with the issue of children committing crimes.
Must have book for children that teaches values, responsibility, and is entertaining as well.
After Dr. Sally Rogers published the largest, randomized control trial (RCT) on an autism early intervention in 2009, she makes comments that leads to an argument with Dr. Doreen Granpeesheh, a former graduate student of Lovaas' at UCLA and founder/owner of CARD, the nation's largest ABA agency.
Improve your child's behavior by using some of same tools that teachers have used for years. Learn how to create a simple home version of a behavior plan, how to select rewards, and how to set goals.
Exploring methods of punishing a child effectively. What works and what sets a child up for failure later in life.
The oldest child in the family has the best and the worst of all worlds. He/she is expected by his/her parents to be the responsible one. He/she is looked upon as the leader by his/her younger siblings. However, there is a downside to being the oldest child in the family. He/she is often...