The Challenging Child

Author: Stanley I. Greenspan
Publisher: Perseus Books
ISBN: UOM:39015031725750
Size: 15.70 MB
Format: PDF
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Identifies and offers advice for understanding children who are highly sensitive, self-absorbed, defiant, inattentive, and active/aggressive

Homeschooling The Challenging Child

Author: Christine Field
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
ISBN: 9781433674983
Size: 12.40 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Often, families will choose homeschooling because they have children who cannot cope or thrive within traditional educational environments due to special physical or emotional needs. Homeschooling the Challenging Child addresses these special education issues, offering potential and current homeschooling families qualified and expert advice. Experienced homeschool mom and author Christine Field will offer hope and direction for those seeking to offer their children the best educational opportunities available.

The Challenging Child

Author: Mitch Golant
Publisher: Berkley Publishing Group
ISBN: 0425149536
Size: 16.77 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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Offers child rearing suggestions which emphasize family support and discipline for the successful development of children who exhibit challenging behavior

Bringing Up A Challenging Child At Home

Author: Jane Gregory
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
ISBN: 9781853028748
Size: 19.45 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Jane Gregory's daughter Chrissy exhibits behaviour which people find challenging - screaming fits, stripping off her clothes and violent outbursts. As an adult she was diagnosed with a rare chromosome disorder and autism. Jane offers practical advice for other parents, and explains how she got the right support and effective treatment.

Challenging Child Protection

Author: Lorraine Waterhouse
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
ISBN: 9780857007605
Size: 14.10 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Challenging Child Protection offers a ground-breaking new perspective which will illuminate and improve the professional understanding and practice of social workers and child protection workers. Taking a fresh look at the principles underlying child protection, this book provides a thought-provoking analysis of the evidence base which underpins professional understanding and intervention. It outlines the ways in which agencies have worked to prevent child abuse and neglect and traces key changes in UK policy, as well as situating these amid wider trends in Europe. With contributions from a wide variety of disciplines, including philosophy and anthropology, this is a uniquely diverse collection of academic perspectives. This book challenges our conceptions of child protection and encourages readers to think critically about why children are harmed by adults, how society views child abuse and how this informs practice.