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Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Linda Simpson 
 Article Title :: The Special Education IEP and the Parent Underdog
Are you a parent of a child with a learning disability? The deck is stacked against you for achieving a quality, special education IEP. Learn how to get the best possible program for your child. What is an IEP ? The special education IEP (Individualized Education Program) process was created by the Federal law called IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act) to ensure that students with learning disabilities would receive an appropriate education. The IEP process can be confusing, stressful, and sometimes terrifying to parents. The process comes to a head at the IEP meeting, so this is often the most stressful part of the IEP process. Why is this pro  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Lance Winslow 
 Article Title :: Good Genes Cannot Always Make Up For Bad Parenting
If you are a smart person and have good genes in your family and your spouse also has good genes and is fairly intelligent then chances are you will have an intelligent offspring. But good genes cannot make up for bad parenting because even if you have a stupid child, but that child is well educated then the nurturing can make up for the stupid genes.Good genes cannot always make up for bad parenting and if you properly nurture your child plus they have good genes than the chances are you'll have a superstar of an offspring and something to be very proud of you created. However, if you waste those good genes and do not educate your child properly you'll end up with a little monste  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Dana Matas 
 Article Title :: An Apple a Day Can Help Kids Make the Grade
Getting a child to eat healthy food can be a monumental challenge for any parent. However, studies show that all of the haggling, arguing, and hassle is actually worth the effort as a healthy diet leads to enhanced academic performance in school. In fact, malnourished children often struggle in school because they are more likely to miss school, score lower on standardized tests, and repeat grades. Worse, bad eating habits can lead to serious health problems, such as diabetes, that not only affect academic performance but a student’s ability to participate in extracurricular activities.When you follow the chain of negative events, starting with bad nutrition, it is easy to see h  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Wendi Moore-Buysse 
 Article Title :: Children and Behavior: What Are We Teaching Them?
School is out for the summer and children everywhere are running, jumping, and playing…oh, wait. That could be wrong. I personally know of two children who are fighting over whose turn it is to play a video game. This has been going on all summer and as their mother, I sure do wish they would figure out how to work it out. So, how do I, as one of the adults in the house, help them with that?It seems as though parents are often the biggest contributors to their children’s behavioral problems. More and more, parents choose to say nothing to children who are misbehaving or choose to distract them instead of teaching them how to work things out. This teaches them nothing.  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Shelly Walker 
 Article Title :: Kids and TV – Common Sense Saves the Day
Yet another study has come out telling us that kids and toddlers are spending too much time in front of the TV. So tell us something we don’t already know…As a mother and an educator, I am very concerned at the television/video game phenomena of the 21st century. On the other hand, I realize that television can be a useful tool and can actually be educational. I also realize that without the TV, my floors would never get vacuumed! So what’s a caring parent to do? As with so many parenting issues, I find that a rational, common-sense approach to television is totally appropriate. Here are some guidelines that you might find helpful:Babies:Yes, we now have   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Jean Tracy 
 Article Title :: Logical Consequences: 5 Parenting Solutions and 1 Mistake
Have you ever given your child an illogical consequence? I have. I learned how my kids tricked me too. Don't make this mistake.Being a working mom, like many of you, I was so busy. Although I loved gardening, I never had enough time to weed the rain ditch in front of our home. When my boys misbehaved I thought I had the perfect solution. "Go out to the ditch and pull a bucket of weeds," I'd order.I never noticed how quickly they pulled the weeds. I did wonder why the ditches never looked weeded. Since I was usually working in the kitchen, the boys would open the front door and yell up the stairs, "Here are the weeds, Mom." I'd look down the stairs and nod, "OK." Then I'd go   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Lance Winslow 
 Article Title :: Political Correctness is Making Us All Weak
Political correctness in modern society is making us weak and allowing us to accept less and lower our expectations and thus people are not trying as hard and in doing so it appears that we are getting less from each individual. Less integrity, less effort and less caring as to the outcome or results and this can all be attributed to political correctness.However when considering all this is it right? No. Does it make sense to continue to do this or accept political correctness over reality? No. Then may I ask why do you stand for this, why are you allowing this and why are you doing nothing about it? You do not care do you?Well, I do and it is un-American not to give 100% i  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Christopher Auer 
 Article Title :: Children with Sensory Needs - The Misunderstood Five Percent of the General Population
Many children, perhaps your own, exhibit difficulty processing sensory information including: touch, taste, smell, vision, and hearing. As many as 5% of the school age population exhibit characteristics of sensory processing disorder (SPD), sometimes known as sensory integration disorder.Further, many children with autism, ADHD (attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder), learning disabilities have SPD coexisting or underlying these conditions. Research has shown that as many as 40% of children with ADHD display symptoms of SPD.If you are a parent of a child with special needs, perhaps you are struggling with the added stresses this can have on the family.Your   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Christopher Auer 
 Article Title :: Checklist and Guidance for Children with Sensory Needs
Approximately five percent of the school age population has a disorder known as Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD). Some of the more typical behaviors to look for include:Responds to being touched with aggression or withdrawal (hates to be kissed or hugged unless they initiate it)Irritated by tags, seams or other variations in clothingSocks must be on in a certain way; often hates to wear shoes“Picky” eater; may get stuck on certain foods and/or avoid othersOver or under sensitive to smells (may sniff people, objects and/or food)Uncomfortable in loud or busy environments (malls, sporting events,ect.); often may cover ears with  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Keith Allen 
 Article Title :: Drug Use in Schools
The availability of drugs at schools has increased over the last ten years although the overall use of illicit drugs has declined. Yet too many teenagers are still abusing drugs. In the National Institute on Drug Abuse 2005 Monitoring the Future survey researchers found that 50% of high school seniors report some use of an illicit drug during their life.Drugs are easily obtained and teenagers know who they can contact to get them. The Bureau of Justice reports that 85% of teens say they know where to get marijuana and 55% know how to get amphetamines. Knowledge of drug availability is similar regardless of race or location. Students living in rural, suburban, and urban areas all   (read full article)
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