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*******bit.ly/DownloadFreeE-ReportonDISCIPLININGCHILD Is My 2 Year Old Daughter Too Young to Be Disciplined? The most vital aspect is your 2 year old kid need to understand the instruction first and then it will be feasible for her to follow it. Do you think a 2 year old is mature enough to follow the instructions (then only you would be able to discipline her)? A simple instruction “wash your hands” can make her months to understand and able to follow the instruction. When you are sure that she can understand and hence follow the instruction, then you can talk about disciplining. When you ask her to wash her hands, and when she refuses to do, then you can use some disciplining techniques. Stay cool when your 2 year old kid throws tantrums. She needs some more time to be disciplined, at least one more year. If you found this “inside information” helpful, make sure to get my Free E-Report, One Stop Resource with Highly Proven Strategies for Disciplining your Child. It’s absolutely Free and it contains 20 of my Answers to the most top FAQs on Disciplining your child and knowing this information will certainly help you bringing up your child most effectively. Some of the Questions I have Answered in this FREE E-Report is as under: no.1, Is Your Child Whiny? Stop your child whining with four easy techniques. no.2, How to stop your 2 year old child’s temper tantrums? no.3, How Do We Discipline Our 2 Year Old without Spanking Her? no.4, How to stop toddler's biting in easy five steps? no.5, How to Discipline a Strong Willed and Stubborn Child? Readers are asking many questions about Disciplining your Child, which we could not answer individually. In view of this and keeping in view the request of the readers, I have identified 20 FAQs, and an attempt is made to answer all such questions, and the result is this exclusive E-Report for you which is absolutely free. Visit the link below right now to download the Free E-Report One Stop Resource with Highly Proven Strategies for Disciplining your Child and you also get other Free E-Book Smart Parenting, together these resources certainly help you in disciplining your child. Visit: *******bit.ly/DownloadFreeE-ReportonDISCIPLININGCHILD Thank you.
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*******bit.ly/DownloadFreeE-ReportonDISCIPLININGCHILD How to stop toddler's biting in easy five steps? Children try to express emotions that they cannot yet put into words in this form. Perhaps they are experimenting. Sometimes it is an act of defense. In another case it is an emotion of frustration. Here is what you can do in 3 easy steps to stop children from biting. 1. Avoid rewarding the misbehavior: If your child bites you, don't laugh even if it doesn't hurt, and don't give him any kind of positive reinforcement that could lead to his biting anyone else. 2. Reward Good behavior: It is always better to teach and reward good behavior. It encourages and prompts the child to behave well as the child is getting appreciation. 3. React immediately: If your child bites another child in a quarrel over a toy, remove the toy and don't let him play with it for a while. If he bites you because you will not give him a candy bar, make it clear that there will be no more candy bars until the biting behavior stops. 4. Remove your child from the situation: If your child bites another person, take him aside and deal with the problem promptly. Ask your child to apologize and make it clear that if he doesn’t apologize he will not be allowed to play once again. 5. Teach words to replace the biting: Toddlers typically bite because they haven't developed the verbal skills to communicate their needs or frustrations. So teach your child words to do so. If you found this “inside information” helpful, make sure to get my Free E-Report, One Stop Resource with Highly Proven Strategies for Disciplining your Child. It’s absolutely Free and it contains 20 of my Answers to the most top FAQs on Disciplining Toddlers and knowing this information will certainly help you bringing up your child most effectively. Some of the Questions I have Answered in this FREE E-Report is as under: no.1, How to stop your 2 year old child’s temper tantrums? no.2, Is Your Child Whiny? Stop your child whining with four easy techniques. no.3, Is My 2 Year Old Daughter Too Young to Be Disciplined? no.4, How Do We Discipline Our 2 Year Old without Spanking Her? no.5, Six Simple techniques that could stop Aggression of your child Readers are asking many questions about Disciplining your Child, which we could not answer individually. In view of this and keeping in view the request of the readers, I have identified 20 FAQs, and an attempt is made to answer all such questions, and the result is this exclusive E-Report for you which is absolutely free. Visit the link below right now to download the Free E-Report One Stop Resource with Highly Proven Strategies for Disciplining your Child and you also get other Free E-Book Smart Parenting, together these resources certainly help you in disciplining your child. Visit: *******bit.ly/DownloadFreeE-ReportonDISCIPLININGCHILD Thank you.
3 Jan 2011
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*******bit.ly/DownloadFreeE-ReportonDISCIPLININGCHILD How to overcome your child’s Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) ? ----------------------- The child with obsessive-compulsive disorder or generalized anxiety can have a difficult time in school. Obsessive thoughts and an intense need to perform rituals can cause a lot of difficulty with learning. ----------------------- Children with OCD, exhibit the most common obsessions include: • fear of dirt or germs. • fear of contamination. • a need for symmetry, order, and precision. • religious obsessions. • fear of illness or harm coming to oneself or relatives. • preoccupation with household items. • unproductive hours spent doing homework. • a persistent fear of illness. • a continual fear that something terrible will happen to someone. ----------------------- 1.Identification of the triggers and eliminating the stimuli or altering it could ease the situation. 2. Exposing kids to their fears could desensitize the fears and eventually eliminate the anxiety. ----------------------- 3. Family support and cooperation also go a long way toward helping a child cope with OCD. 4. Avoid any day-to-day comparisons and recognize and praise any small improvements. ----------------------- 5. These children need a lot of love, patience, and understanding. Children with OCD deserve special education. 6. Appraise the teacher and involve them in desensitizing the problem. Special care must be taken to ward off teasing and bullying. ----------------------- If you found this “inside information” helpful, make sure to get my Free E-Report, One Stop Resource with Highly Proven Strategies for Disciplining your Child. ----------------------- It’s absolutely Free and it contains 20 of my Answers to the most top FAQs on Disciplining Toddlers and knowing this information will certainly help you bringing up your child most effectively. ----------------------- Some of the Questions I have Answered in this FREE E-Report is as under: no.1, Deal with Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) using Four Proven strategies no.2, How I ended my child sleeping problems with five easy routines? no.3, Five Easy strategies that could free Your Child’s Fifteen Phobias no.4, Seven simple routines to End Your Child's Separation Anxiety? no.5, Which is More Effective ADHD Medication or Behavior Modification? ----------------------- Readers are asking many questions about Disciplining your Child, which we could not answer individually. In view of this and keeping in view the request of the readers, I have identified 20 FAQs, and an attempt is made to answer all such questions, and the result is this exclusive E-Report for you which is absolutely free. ----------------------- Visit the link below right now to download the Free E-Report One Stop Resource with Highly Proven Strategies for Disciplining your Child and you also get other Free E-Book Smart Parenting, together these resources certainly help you in disciplining your child. Visit: *******bit.ly/DownloadFreeE-ReportonDISCIPLININGCHILD Thank you.
3 Jan 2011
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*******bit.ly/DownloadFreeE-ReportonDISCIPLININGCHILD Deal with Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) using Four Proven strategies? ----------------------- If your child displays all or some the following misbehaviors frequently, you may consider this as ODD: * Get angry frequently. * Talk back to adults. * Openly disobey instructions. * Thwart rules. * Intentionally bother others. * Refuse to take responsibility for their actions. * Are quick to anger. * Tend to be resentful, cruel, or malicious. * Speak harshly. * Seek revenge. * Have temper tantrums often. ----------------------- The best way to treat a child with ODD is carrot and stick policy: Use consistent approach to discipline and following through with positive reinforcement of appropriate behaviors. ----------------------- 1. Develop consistent behavior: Ensure that discipline is enforced consistently both at home and in school. Apply consequences immediately that condition your child. Provide timeout to allow your child to cool down. ----------------------- 2. Praise for appropriate behavior: Give praise for appropriate behavior. Always provide timely feedback specific improvements. Provide a positive and encouraging classroom environment. ----------------------- 3. Model the behavior that you expect from your child: Learn ways to calm yourself. Take time for yourself. Develop outside interests and spend some time away from your child to restore your energy. Be forgiving always and Start each day with a fresh outlook and a clean slate. ----------------------- 4. Engage the child in some activity always: Assign your child a household chore which your child likes most. Encourage outdoor activities including games and sports. Set up a routine for all the daily essential activities. ----------------------- If you found this “inside information” helpful, make sure to get my Free E-Report, One Stop Resource with Highly Proven Strategies for Disciplining your Child. ----------------------- It’s absolutely Free and it contains 20 of my Answers to the most top FAQs on Disciplining Toddlers and knowing this information will certainly help you bringing up your child most effectively. ----------------------- Some of the Questions I have Answered in this FREE E-Report is as under: no.1, Which is More Effective ADHD Medication or Behavior Modification? no.2, Five Easy strategies that could free Your Child’s Fifteen Phobias no.3, Seven Simple steps to treat Your Child’s Panic Attacks no.4, Seven simple routines to End Your Child's Separation Anxiety? no.5, How I ended my child sleeping problems with five easy routines? ----------------------- Readers are asking many questions about Disciplining your Child, which we could not answer individually. In view of this and keeping in view the request of the readers, I have identified 20 FAQs, and an attempt is made to answer all such questions, and the result is this exclusive E-Report for you which is absolutely free. ----------------------- Visit the link below right now to download the Free E-Report One Stop Resource with Highly Proven Strategies for Disciplining your Child and you also get other Free E-Book Smart Parenting, together these resources certainly help you in disciplining your child. Visit: *******bit.ly/DownloadFreeE-ReportonDISCIPLININGCHILD Thank you.
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*******bit.ly/DownloadFreeE-ReportonDISCIPLININGCHILD Seven simple routines to End Your Child's Separation Anxiety? ----------------------- 1. Let your good-bye very short and enjoyable: It Convey the message to your child that you have confidence in your child's ability to cope. Develop loving good-bye routines like a kiss-hug-palm-rub routine that both can enjoy. ----------------------- 2. Don’t hover around: Your child will sense your anxiety, and this will make it more difficult for her to calm down. ----------------------- 3. Don't bargain or bribe: Don’t encourage any tip for your child to behave well. 4. Give unequivocal message: Your child needs to know that you expect him to go to school no matter how much he fusses cries or stamps his feet. ----------------------- 5. Invite children from the class: Facilitate your child making friendships with classmates and that will make the transition easier. ----------------------- 6. Let the teacher step into your shows: You need someone on the other end who will greet your child and ease the transition. ----------------------- 7. Appreciate newly learned skills: Positive reinforcement of newly acquired behavior gradually eliminates your child’s separation anxiety. Believe in your child's ability to make positive changes. ----------------------- If you found this “inside information” helpful, make sure to get my Free E-Report, One Stop Resource with Highly Proven Strategies for Disciplining your Child. ----------------------- It’s absolutely Free and it contains 20 of my Answers to the most top FAQs on Disciplining Toddlers and knowing this information will certainly help you bringing up your child most effectively. ----------------------- Some of the Questions I have Answered in this FREE E-Report is as under: no.1, How to overcome your child’s Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) no.2, How I ended my child sleeping problems with five easy routines? no.3, Which is More Effective ADHD Medication or Behavior Modification? no.4, Five Easy strategies that could free Your Child’s Fifteen Phobias no.5, Deal with Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) using Four Proven strategies ----------------------- Readers are asking many questions about Disciplining your Child, which we could not answer individually. In view of this and keeping in view the request of the readers, I have identified 20 FAQs, and an attempt is made to answer all such questions, and the result is this exclusive E-Report for you which is absolutely free. ----------------------- Visit the link below right now to download the Free E-Report One Stop Resource with Highly Proven Strategies for Disciplining your Child and you also get other Free E-Book Smart Parenting, together these resources certainly help you in disciplining your child. Visit: *******bit.ly/DownloadFreeE-ReportonDISCIPLININGCHILD Thank you.
4 Jan 2011
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*******bit.ly/DownloadFreeE-ReportonDISCIPLININGCHILD Are Time-Outs Really Effective Child Discipline Technique? ----------------------- Time-outs are the method of removing child from the specific situation. It keeps the child away from the situation. It is allowing them some time to think about their misbehavior. ----------------------- Time-outs are really effective tools to discipline the children. It needs to be restricted and limited to some specific point. Don’t overuse time out techniques. You should find the right place for time-outs. ----------------------- The best way to use a time out is that your child requires an actual break from the action, when they are really going out of emotions. While explaining the importance of time to your child you should also tell him what it would mean and result in if the same is not followed. ----------------------- Set timing for every activity. Gradually your child will be able to follow the schedule and thus will know the importance of time ----------------------- If your child did not respect the timeline deprive him with a few privileges. Offer him privileges when he follows the timeline. ----------------------- He is able to realize the consequences of disrespecting the deadline and the fruits of following the same. ----------------------- In a few weeks you will certainly witness a major difference in your toddler's ability to follow directions and listen better. ----------------------- If you found this “inside information” helpful, make sure to get my Free E-Report, One Stop Resource with Highly Proven Strategies for Disciplining your Child. ----------------------- It’s absolutely Free and it contains 20 of my Answers to the most top FAQs on Disciplining Toddlers and knowing this information will certainly help you bringing up your child most effectively. ----------------------- Some of the Questions I have Answered in this FREE E-Report is as under: no.1, How to Discipline a Strong Willed and Stubborn Child? no.2, Should Parents Use Corporal Punishment to Discipline Children? no.3, Six Simple techniques that could stop Aggression of your child no.4, Is My 2 Year Old Daughter Too Young to Be Disciplined? no.5, How to stop your 2 year old child’s temper tantrums? ----------------------- Readers are asking many questions about Disciplining your Child, which we could not answer individually. In view of this and keeping in view the request of the readers, I have identified 20 FAQs, and an attempt is made to answer all such questions, and the result is this exclusive E-Report for you which is absolutely free. ----------------------- Visit the link below right now to download the Free E-Report One Stop Resource with Highly Proven Strategies for Disciplining your Child and you also get other Free E-Book Smart Parenting, together these resources certainly help you in disciplining your child. Visit: *******bit.ly/DownloadFreeE-ReportonDISCIPLININGCHILD Thank you.
4 Jan 2011
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*******bit.ly/DownloadFreeE-ReportonDISCIPLININGCHILD How to Discipline a Strong Willed And Stubborn Child? ----------------------- Stubborn children always try to take control of any situation. Stubborn children need to witness consequences to their actions as opposed to reacting to reasoning. ----------------------- You need to understand your child. Take away the child from the situation when he doesn't respect your wishes. If the child is misbehaving at a restaurant, leave the restaurant. ----------------------- The strong willed child should realize you are always in control. Look at the eyes of the child when you speak to him. Do not allow him to any distractions. ----------------------- The child needs to realize that he has your attention. Don’t allow your child to take advantage of your being tired or busy to test their boundaries. ----------------------- You must stick to your words. Go out of the room if the child displays a bad temper. Leave him to cry as long as the child is not harmful in any way. Once the child knows tantrum is not going to work, they will stop. ----------------------- If you found this “inside information” helpful, make sure to get my Free E-Report, One Stop Resource with Highly Proven Strategies for Disciplining your Child. ----------------------- It’s absolutely Free and it contains 20 of my Answers to the most top FAQs on Disciplining Toddlers and knowing this information will certainly help you bringing up your child most effectively. ----------------------- Some of the Questions I have Answered in this FREE E-Report is as under: no.1, Are Timeouts Really Effective Child Discipline Technique? no.2, Six Simple techniques that could stop Aggression of your child no.3, Should Parents Use Corporal Punishment to Discipline Children? no.4, How Do We Discipline Our 2 Year Old without Spanking Her? no.5, Is Your Child Whiny? Stop your child whining with four easy techniques. ----------------------- Readers are asking many questions about Disciplining your Child, which we could not answer individually. In view of this and keeping in view the request of the readers, I have identified 20 FAQs, and an attempt is made to answer all such questions, and the result is this exclusive E-Report for you which is absolutely free. ----------------------- Visit the link below right now to download the Free E-Report One Stop Resource with Highly Proven Strategies for Disciplining your Child and you also get other Free E-Book Smart Parenting, together these resources certainly help you in disciplining your child. Visit: *******bit.ly/DownloadFreeE-ReportonDISCIPLININGCHILD Thank you.
4 Jan 2011
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*******bit.ly/DownloadFreeE-ReportonDISCIPLININGCHILD Six Simple techniques that could stop Aggression of your child ----------------------- Child’s aggression is a form of communication of deep desires and therefore understanding the underlying factors can help in correcting the aggressive behavior. ----------------------- Don’t set bad example: Name-calling, hateful words, and, of course, physical aggression by parents are directly modeled by aggressive children. It is therefore essential that parents must maintain their calm and never loss their emotional control. ----------------------- Limit TV program: Children DO model aggressive behavior from TV, movies, and games. If your child has a problem with aggressive behavior, you should definitely limit his viewing of this type of programming. ----------------------- Be consistent with your discipline: If your child gets sent to time-out for hitting once, then he should be sent to time-out every time he hits. Otherwise, he will not know where the boundary lies. ----------------------- Give your child the choice of taking a time-out before his anger reaches the level of aggression, if possible. This way, time-out is not a punishment so much as it is an opportunity for the child to get himself under control. ----------------------- Keep your cool. Yelling, hitting, or telling your child he's bad won't get him to curtail his behavior you'll just get him more riled up and give him examples of new things to try. In fact, watching you control your temper may be the first step in his learning to control his. ----------------------- Reward good behavior. Parents generally focus children’s misbehavior and failed to recognize the glimpses of their positive behavior. Praise them whenever you observe improvement in their behavior. Positive reinforcement is the key that neutralizes their aggressive behavior. ----------------------- Provide physical outlets. Channelizing your child’s high-spirited energies is the best way to counter the aggressive behavior. Encourage outdoor games. This could burn off his huge energies and proves to be blessing in disguise. ----------------------- If you found this “inside information” helpful, make sure to get my Free E-Report, One Stop Resource with Highly Proven Strategies for Disciplining your Child. ----------------------- It’s absolutely Free and it contains 20 of my Answers to the most top FAQs on Disciplining Toddlers and knowing this information will certainly help you bringing up your child most effectively. ----------------------- Some of the Questions I have Answered in this FREE E-Report is as under: no.1, How to Discipline a Strong Willed and Stubborn Child? no.2, Should Parents Use Corporal Punishment to Discipline Children? no.3, Are Timeouts Really Effective Child Discipline Technique? no.4, How to stop your 2 year old child’s temper tantrums? no.5, Is Your Child Whiny? Stop your child whining with four easy techniques. ----------------------- Readers are asking many questions about Disciplining your Child, which we could not answer individually. In view of this and keeping in view the request of the readers, I have identified 20 FAQs, and an attempt is made to answer all such questions, and the result is this exclusive E-Report for you which is absolutely free. ----------------------- Visit the link below right now to download the Free E-Report One Stop Resource with Highly Proven Strategies for Disciplining your Child and you also get other Free E-Book Smart Parenting, together these resources certainly help you in disciplining your child. Visit: *******bit.ly/DownloadFreeE-ReportonDISCIPLININGCHILD Thank you.
4 Jan 2011
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*******bit.ly/DownloadFreeE-ReportonDISCIPLININGCHILD What is The Best Way of Disciplining Teenagers When They Misbehave ? ----------------------- If you wish to teach your teenager discipline, there's no alternative for modeling it yourself. Let them know they are loved and respected and they are considered worthwhile human beings with their individual talents and traits. ----------------------- Reward their good deeds and positive attitudes. Withdraw affection on the instances of their unacceptable behavior or attitudes. Avoid verbal assaults or tirades. ----------------------- These will not garner anything positive. Your teen could even lose respect for you. Set concrete limits, so that they know the consequences of their actions. ----------------------- Once you have set up the boundaries and the consequences of bad behavior, follow through. Convey the attitude that it's the misbehavior you dislike, not your teenager. ----------------------- Resentment is a great obstacle to effectively teaching your teenager discipline. Patience and cool mind are of the essence to deal with your child while teaching him discipline. ----------------------- If you found this “inside information” helpful, make sure to get my Free E-Report, One Stop Resource with Highly Proven Strategies for Disciplining your Child. ----------------------- It’s absolutely Free and it contains 20 of my Answers to the most top FAQs on Disciplining Toddlers and knowing this information will certainly help you bringing up your child most effectively. ----------------------- Some of the Questions I have Answered in this FREE E-Report is as under: no.1, Is Yelling or Shouting the Best Way to Discipline Teenager? no.2, Should we be More Violent When Disciplining Teenagers? no.3, Can a Teenage Child be disciplined with Force? no.4, Should Parents Use Corporal Punishment to Discipline Children? no.5, Six Simple techniques that could stop Aggression of your child ----------------------- Readers are asking many questions about Disciplining your Child, which we could not answer individually. In view of this and keeping in view the request of the readers, I have identified 20 FAQs, and an attempt is made to answer all such questions, and the result is this exclusive E-Report for you which is absolutely free. ----------------------- Visit the link below right now to download the Free E-Report One Stop Resource with Highly Proven Strategies for Disciplining your Child and you also get other Free E-Book Smart Parenting, together these resources certainly help you in disciplining your child. Visit: *******bit.ly/DownloadFreeE-ReportonDISCIPLININGCHILD Thank you.
4 Jan 2011
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