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Acquiring the human language : playing the language game /
P118.A37 1995
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Second of three programs on human language. Explores how children acquire language, and explains that they have an innate, universal knowledge of essential grammar and syntax.
Acute pain management in children operative or medical procedures /
RT87.P35A2 1993
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Introduction -- HHS clinical practice guideline booklet -- Pain assessment and reassessment -- Managing pain related to procedures -- Managing postoperative pain -- Neonates and infants -- Conclusion.
Familiarizes health care workers with the new child pain management guidelines published by the U.S. Agency for Health Care Policy and Research.
Administration of intravenous medication. Intravenous medication administration to children
RM170.A38 2003
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(Producer) Illustrates the three methods of administration using techniques and equipment appropriate to a pediatric setting. Guidelines for correctly calculating dosage, volume, and concentration of meds are presented, along with safety issues specific to pediatric medication administration.
Assessment and planning
RJ131.A7
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Focuses on factors which may affect the hospital experience of the pediatric patient. Nursing care goals are identified which include meeting the child's physiologic needs and supporting the child's emotional well-being.
Assessment of respiratory distress in the pediatric patient
RJ431.A87 2005
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Covers early recognition of respiratory distress and failure, the dynamics of the pediatric airway, normal breathing patterns in infants and children, and the evaluation of severity of respiratory distress.
Assessment skills and measurements
RJ50.A87 1994
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Discusses specific factors which will aid in establishing a non-threatening atmosphere for parent and child during the initial head-to-toe assessment.
Assuming the power of parenthood.
HQ769.A88 1996
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Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder what do we know? /
RJ506.H9A78 1992
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Describes the characteristics of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), which is a biological problem involving an underactivity in those centers of the brain responsible for sustaining motivation and effort over time. Discusses the differing degrees and the prevalence of this condition, as well as problems associated with it.
Attention? ADD in school /
LC4713.F68 1995
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pt.1. Identification : what is ADD? (26 min.) -- pt.2. Intervention : what can we do about ADD? (19 min.) -- pt.3. Strategies : what works & what doesn't? (24 min.)
art 1 aids in identifying Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) through interviews with medical and educational professionals. Part 2 focuses on team work and intervention including the roles of educators, medical professionals and parents in assessing a child with ADD. Part 3 describes specific strategies for teachers to use in the classroom.
Autism : the child who couldn't play
LC4717.A96 1996
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This program presents an overview of autism and an update on the latest research in its treatment, with an demonstration of techniques used at the Princeton Child Development Institute.
Autism a world apart /
RJ506.A9A92 1989
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Looks at three families with children with autism ranging in age from six to twenty-six. Parents and siblings discuss the heartaches, strains, and rewards of living with autism.
Autism and applied behavioral analysis
RJ506.A9A87 2004
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Research has shown that some children with autism who are enrolled in a curriculum of applied behavioral analysis at a young enough age can be mainstreamed right into the public school system. This ABC News program profiles two children with autism who receive this intensive and, to some, controversial form of therapy.
Babies
RJ134.B33 2010
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Follows four babies from different parts of the globe as they navigate their first year of life. Features Ponijao from Namibia, Bayarjargal from Mongolia, Hattie who lives in San Francisco, and Mari from Tokyo.
Baby see, baby do
HQ782.B3 1996
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A cast of ten babies play with various toys. This provides an educational tool for babies to watch and entertainment for their famililies.
Basic pediatric airway management and oxygen therapy
RJ434.B37 1995
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This video discusses managing pediatric airways and administering oxygen therapy. The video covers; establishing the airway, oxygen therapy, oral and nasal airways, and suctioning.
Beyond the looking glass body image and self-esteem /
BF724.3.S36B49 1994
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Bi-polar disorder in children
RJ506.D4B57 2005
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Birth order and its effects /
BF723.B5B577 1997
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Family birth order tends to shape personalities throughout the developing years and into adulthood. This program looks at the only child, first born, middle, and youngest child and gives insight into their behaviors and attitudes.
Blood specimen collection by skin puncture in infants / vol. 2,
RJ286.B56
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Description of proper techniques of blood sampling to test for metabolic defects in sick and well newborns.
Boy who can't stop fighting, The
RJ506.A35B69 2001
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Pioneering therapist and master teacher Jay Haley supervises live training of therapists as they deal with a boy who has gone from therapist to therapist about his problem with violence.
Calming the tempest helping the explosive child.
BF723.A4C35 2004
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Awareness and overview for teaching children and teenagers coping skills for dealing with anger and frustration.
Celebration of differences, A
LC4704.C45 1999
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"Individuals with learning differences possess unique strengths. In this video, children and adults discuss their academic struggles, the empowerment that comes from understanding their issues and the determination that enables them to address life's continuing challenges. The voices in this video will inspire and reassure children, adults and their families that life is full of wonderful opportunities and experiences for those who refuse to let themselves be defined by a label."--container.
Child abuse
HV6626.5.C34 2008
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Pt. 1. Physical Abuse -- pt. 2. Child Abuse -- pt. 3. Sexual Abuse.
Child-centered play therapy : a clinical session /
RJ505.P6C45 1997
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This complete and unrehearsed play therapy session semonstrates the process of building a relationship with a child, following the child's lead, facilitating the development of children's strengths, responding to accidents inthe playroom, builing a child's self-esteem, returning responsibility to the child, participation in a child's play without structuring, empowering children, and dealing with a child reluctant to leave the playroom.
Child-centered play therapy a clinical session /
RJ505.P6C45 1997
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This complete and unrehearsed play therapy session demonstrates the process of building a relationship with a child, following the child's lead, facilitating the development of children's strengths, responding to accidents in the playroom, building a child's self-esteem, returning responsibility to the child, participation in a child's play without structuring, empowering children, and dealing with a child reluctant to leave the playroom.
Childhood 1 four weeks to eighteen months /
HQ755.C43 1991
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Take the mystery out of infant child care. This enlightening program outlines normal growth and development as well as common problems. Questions on nutrition, safety, immunizations and the growing problem of abuse are addressed. Parents will learn to recognize when professional help is needed.
Childhood nutrition preventing obesity. Vol.1 & 2, Feeding your baby, Young children eating right /
RJ399.C6C45 2005
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V.1. Feeding your baby. Breastmilk and formula ; beginning solids ; vegetables and fruit ; self-feeding ; family meals -- V.2. Young children eating right. Variety and the USDA's MyPyramid ; reduce mealtime conflicts ; food adventures ; healthy habits.
This video uses smart strategies and straight talk to stop weight problems and promote healthy habits so kids can feel their best from the inside out.
Childhood trauma strategies and solutions : tapping unrealized potential /
RJ506.P66C45 2002
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pt. 1. What is childhood trauma? -- pt. 2. Significant event childhood trauma -- pt. 3. The brain : effects of childhood trauma -- pt. 4. Identifying and responding to trauma : ages 0 to 5 years old -- pt. 5. Identifying and responding to trauma : ages 6 to adolescence -- pt. 6. Domestic violence and childhood trauma -- pt. 7. Trauma and healing.
Children's drawings
BF723.A7C43
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Demonstrates how children's mental development can be evaluated in quick and reliable fashion through the analysis of their figure drawings.
Child's play : the world of learning /
LB1137.C48 1989
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Looks at the value of play in the development of physical, thinking, language and social-emotional skills, and how play helps children prepare for later academic learning.
Child's world, A
BF721.C45 2002
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[v. 1]. Mind games (52 min.) -- [v. 2]. Independent thinker (52 min.) -- [v. 3]. Facts of life (52 min.).
The set explores the mental development of children. Vol. 1 studies how they develop an adult's ability to discern the feelings of others and lie for both good and bad reasons. Vol. 2 focuses on developing mental independence that examines the abstract thought of toddlers, the memory capacity of preschoolers, and the force of childhood tantrums. Vol. 3 looks at children in relation to the existential questions of birth and death.
Cocaine babies : the innocent victims /
RJ253.C62
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Examines the effects of cocaine and crack on the fetus and newborn infants.
Compliance, self-control, and prosocial behavior
BF721.H79 v.1
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Discusses factors that influence these behaviors, including temperament, attachment, and the normal cognitive changes that occur around two years of age. Includes information throughout for parents and other caregivers who wish to instill positive behavior in children.
Counseling children a microskills approach /
RJ504.I95 1999
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Teasing and the five-stage interview -- Young children and friendship issues -- Positive asset search -- Family tree -- Community genogram -- Restorying dreams.
Series of video demonstrations on basics in counseling children, focusing on typical issues children bring to counseling.
Dear children
HQ767.15.D4
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Examines the post abortion syndrome, as individuals and couples share their pain of abortion. A clinical psychologist discusses the healing process, and information is provided on sources for finding help.
Denver II
RJ51.D48D466 1996
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[pt.1.] Training video (47 min.) -- [pt.2.] Item administration (50 min.).
This video program demonstrates how to administer, score and interpret each component of the Denver II developmental screening test. Accompanying materials include technical manuals and proficiency test sheets for student training.
Disciplining kids : without screaming & scolding /
HQ770.4.D585 1997
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Paints a dramatic picture of the wrong way to discipline kids and gives clear, practical ideas on a better way.
Does TV kill?
HQ784.T4D6 1995
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"... a probing examination of what is known about TV's effect on people, especially children. Through interviews with experts and the use of surveillance cameras placed in the homes of several families, the program uncovers some unexpected answers to the question, 'Does TV kill?'"--Container. Includes a panel discussion entitled: What should we do about TV?
Doubles Japan and America's intercultural children /
HQ777.9.D68 1995
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After World War II, despite orders forbidding it, fraternization between U.S. soldiers and Japanese women resulted in a number of children born in and out of wedlock. This film focuses on interviews with American soldiers, Japanese women, and their biracial children thirty years after the Allies occupied Japan. Includes documentary footage of the allied occupation between 1945 and 1952.
Educating Peter
LC4031.E386 1993
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Follow Peter, a Down's Syndrome child who has always attended special schools, through his first year in a regular classroom.
Embers of the fire
RJ456.C9E5 1992
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Cystic Fibrosis is the nation's leading genetic killer of children. This moving documentary offers a straightforward clinical explanation of the disease, but its primary focus is on the stories of several courageous young people with CF during a week at summer camp. They talk openly about their fears of rejection, isolation and death; but they also demonstrate the ways they have come to terms with their chronic illness and learned to lead fulfilling lives. Also profiled are the dedicated nurses, physicians, therapists and counselors, some of whom also have Cystic Fibrosis, who have made this extraordinary experience possible.
Essentials of discipline, The
HQ770.4.E88 2000
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pt. 1. The middle years -- pt. 2. The middle years: ages 5-10 -- pt. 3. The preteen and teenager years.
Everybody rides the carousel
BF713.E83
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Presents in animation the eight stages of life in the phases of personality development described by psychologist Erik Erikson. Includes a variety of open-ended situations.
Eye of the storm, The
BF723.P75E9
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Award winning documentary records an innovative experiment in which a third-grade teacher divides her all-white class into "blue-eyes" and "brown-eyes," making each group superior or inferior on successive days. Demonstrates the nature and effects of bigotry by showing changes brought about in their behavior and learning patterns.
Filial play therapy
RJ505.P6F55 2009
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Rise VanFleet demonstrates the filial play therapy approach to helping parents develop their relationships with their children through nondirective play. Filial play therapy creates a safe atmosphere where children can express themselves, try new things, learn about social rules and restrictions, develop family attachments, and develop effective social skills and bonds.
Floor time : tuning in to each child /
BF717.F54
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Demonstrates how to interact with young children by presenting a model for healthy emotional development.
Food fight childhood obesity and the food industry /
RJ399.C6F66 2003
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"The food industry's marketing strategies are examined to try to determine to what extent they are responsible for America's epidemic of childhood obesity. Afterward, Chris Bury speaks with Kelly Brownell, director of the Yale Center for Eating and Weight Disorders, and Gene Grabowski, of the Grocery Manufacturers of America"--Container.
Formal reasoning patterns
BF723.R4F676
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Two interviewers, Drs. Robert Kapland and Rita Peterson, work with several secondary school students who exhibit concrete or formal reasoning patterns while responding to four Piagetian tasks.
Fulfillment of human potential/
LC4019.F84
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Provides a background for teacher and student acceptance of, and preparation for, a mainstreaming program for handicapped children in public schools. Shows such children in school laboratories, art studios, etc., and discusses the quality of classroom opportunities and ways of adapting equipment, lessons, etc.
Giving your child a smile correcting cleft lips and palates /
RD524.G58
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Team approach involving ENT, plastic surgeons, dentists, speech pathologists, to managing a child born with cleft palate and lips.
Heredity and the environment : blueprints for a baby /
RJ134.H47 1996
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Blueprints for a baby explores the various aspects of conception, the function of genes and chromosomes, and the process of cell division. In addition, with straight-forward graphics and narration, the video explains sex determination, inheritated traits, and the influence and interaction of heredity and environment on a fetus. Finally, Blueprints for a baby discusses the potentially dangerous effects of genetic and chromosomal abnormalities and the field of genetic counseling.
Hidden handicaps.
LB1134.H5
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Emphasizes the importance of early detection of learning disabilities such as dyslexia, hyperactivity, etc., in children. Shows how special teaching techniques can be used to overcome the disabilities.
Home follow-up of early postpartum discharge families
RG951.H65 1994
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From the "Cross Training for Obstetrical Nursing Staff" series, this video explores the nurse's evolving role in meeting special needs of the early discharge mother and infant in the home setting. It discusses objectives for the home visit, health assessment of the mother and newborn, and ways to identify and address the concerns of new parents.
How to feed babies with a cleft
RD525.H69 1996
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This video was written and produced by the pediatric health care professionals from the Cleft Palate Clinic and Craniofacial Center at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin. Parents tell new parents about feeding a baby with a cleft.
Human development : 2 1/2 to 6 years /
BF721.H853
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1. Physical growth & motor development (21 min.) -- 2. Cognitive development (28 min.) -- 3. Psychosocial development (23 min.) -- 4. Role of play (22 min.).
Traces the factors that contribute to the metamorphosis of a child from a toddler to preschooler. In addition to child development during this period it offers practical suggestions for enhancing that development.
Human development : 6 to 12 years /
BF721.H858 1998
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[1] Physical growth & motor development -- [2] Cognitive development, part 1, Piaget's influence -- [3] Cognitive development, part 2, Information processing -- [4] Psychosocial development.
Details the normal height, weight, and proportional changes characteristic of school-age children, six to twelve years old. Describes Piaget's theories and his four stages of cognitive development. Compares Piaget's theories with those of information processing; and discusses attention, memory and metacognition. Describes Erikson's stage of industry vs. inferiority; changes in the child's self-concept and understanding of others; self-esteem; and the influence of siblings, friends and parents.
Human development. 2 1/2 to 6 years
RJ131.H862 2007
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V1. 620.1. Physical growth & motor development -- V2, 620.2. Cognitive development -- V3, 620.3. Psychosocial development -- V4, 620.4. Role of play.
Traces the factors that contribute to the metamorphosis of a child from a toddler to preschooler. In addition to child development during this period it offers practical suggestions for enhancing that development.
Human development. Birth to 2 1/2 years
RJ131.H843 2007
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V.1, 670.1. Physical growth and motor development (ca. 25 min.) -- V.2, 670.2. Cognitive development (ca. 28 min.) -- V.3, 670.3. Language development (ca. 29 min.) -- V.4, 670.4. Emotional and social development (ca. 25 min.).
Traces the factors that contribute to the metamorphosis of a child from a helpless, seemingly unresponsive newborn to a confident toddler interacting with people and objects in his world. In addition to child development during this period it offers practical suggestions for enhancing that development.
Human development: conception to neonate
RG525.H752
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pt. 1. Pregnancy (26 min.) -- pt. 2. Birth and the Newborn (27 min.) -- pt. 3. Reducing Risk Factors (34 min.).
Human relationships the key to social and emotional development /
HQ778.6.H86 2005
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Supervisors discuss the characteristics of an effective group worker for school age children. This video demonstrates the conflict resolutions skills utilized by experienced group workers and the techniques they use in working with nine to twelve year old youth. Includes boy/girl relationships as well as the importance of health and hygiene in developing self esteem.
If I could breaking the vicious cycle of child abuse /
HV6626.52.I35 2006
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Documentary film about a family's effort to escape the effects of trauma after decades of abuse, abandonment, drugs, and rage. Follows the life of Tracy, a single mother fighting to keep her son from falling prey to the same problems that almost destroyed her through intervention of a program called VisionQuest.
Inclusion
LC4015.I52 1995
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Tape 1. Educating all students -- tape 2. Strategies for the classroom -- tape 3. Profiles of successful students.
Explores the issues and practicalities of inclusion in elementary, middle, and high schools. Uses a combination of structured activities and videotapes to engage participants actively in a variety of workshop formats.
Infancy beginnings of cognition and language /
BF723.C5I564 2003
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Provides the setting for understanding the process of human development during infancy.
Infancy early relationships.
BF723.P25I54 2003
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chapter 1. Trust or mistrust -- chapter 2. Differing parental responses, infant expectations & prenatal drug exposure -- chapter 3. Mutuality, attachment & promoting secure attachment -- chapter 4. Stranger anxiety & separation anxiety -- chapter 5. Child care for infants.
Infancy landmarks of development /
HQ767.9.I546 2003
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Looks at the major developments during the first year of life. Includes such major landmarks as the beginnings of locomotion and use of fine motor skills, as well as developments in the processes of eating and sleeping.
Infant behavior
BF723.I6I53
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The first two years of a child's life are a period of learning and adjustment for both parent and child. This program describes common infant behaviors and gives suggestions for dealing with them. Topics covered include eating habits, sleeping habits, and temper tantrums.
Intellectual growth and achievement
BF721.H79 v.3
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A discussion of children's cognitive development, including the different rolls of heredity, environment, and physical factors such as lead poisoning and hearing loss which can negatively affect development. Provides guidelines to help children become high-achieving individuals.
Kids and stress
BF723.S75K5 1993
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Looks at how stress affects kids. Looks at eating and sleeping disturbances, at drug and alcohol use, and at mental illness, depression, and suicide. Also offers suggestions to relieve stress in order to enable adults to help kids and to enable kids to help themselves.
Kids in the crossfire violence in America /
HQ784.V55K5 1993
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Peter Jennings moderates this live special from Elliott Junior High School in Washington, D.C., in which a cross-section of adolescents from urban, suburban and rural environments around the country discuss the reality of living every day with violence and the threat of violence. U.S. Attorney General, Janet Reno, joins in the discussion.
Knowledge deficit : infant care /
RJ251.K56
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Designed to prepare nursing students and inexperienced staff nurses to teach basic newborn care. Includes interventions for the most common concerns expressed by parents: what to do about crying, when to call the physician, and how to provide a stimulating environment.
Legacy of childhood trauma, The: not always who they seem /
HV6626.5.L44 1996
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Presents testimonies of four young people (roughly aged 16-24) who talk about the traumatic physical abuse they suffered during their childhoods, their experiences in foster care, and how they have come to work through the trauma. Includes interviews with mental health professionals and foster parents who discuss important factors involved in understanding and rehabilitating the victim of trauma.
Let it not be in vain : a program for the prevention of suicide and alcohol abuse /
RJ506.S9L4 1998
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"This true story of a teenager's suicide resulting from alcohol abuse is told by his family and friends. Viewers learn how to recognize the symptoms of acute alcohol intoxication and what to do when a friend exhibits these symptoms. They also learn the warning signs for suicide and how to respond to a friend who may be feeling depressed, angry, hopeless and/or helpless."
Life's first feelings
BF720.E45L5 1986
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Discusses research which examines infants' emotions, the expression and development of emotions, and the role early feelings play in child development.
Lippincott's pediatric nursing video series
RJ245.L5775 2006
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v. 1. Growth and development -- v. 2. Communicating with children and families -- v. 3. Care of the hospitalized child.
Consists of three documentary-style videos demonstrating nursing care of children and families. Each video covers five age groups -- infant, toddler, pre-school, school age and adolescent. Nurse, patient and family interviews are included.
Medicating children
RJ560.M43 2003
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Administering medication to children is a unique challenge requiring specialized knowledge and skills. Each child's age, background, and level of physical and psychosocial development must be considered, and the administration process tailored to meet these particular needs. In addition, children are particularly vulnerable to medication errors. This video will address general considerations for administering pediatric medications and present important guidelines to help prevent medication errors. Techniques for administering intermuscular and subcutaneous injections, as well as oral, rectal, otic, ophthalmic, and nasal medications will be presented, with emphasis on using appropriate strategies for children of different development levels.
Medicating children
RJ560.M43 2008
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Administering medication to children is a unique challenge requiring specialized knowledge and skills. Each child's age, background, and level of physical and psychosocial development must be considered, and the administration process tailored to meet these particular needs. In addition, children are particularly vulnerable to medication errors. This video will address general considerations for administering pediatric medications and present important guidelines to help prevent medication errors. Techniques for administering intermuscular and subcutaneous injections, as well as oral, rectal, otic, ophthalmic, and nasal medications will be presented, with emphasis on using appropriate strategies for children of different development levels.
Medicating kids
RJ506.H9M43 2001
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Frontline investigates the growing use of psychoactive drugs by children and the challenges of parenting and schooling in a world of high stress and increasing family disintegration.
Monsters in the closet : childhood fears & anxieties /
BF723.F4M65 1997
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Provides information on types of fears children experience, the ages at which many specific fears surface, and some common sense answers for parents and other providers to help children cope.
Newborn bath
RJ253.N48 1994
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Nursing staff demonstrate bathing, diapering, and dressing of the newborn to a parent.
Newborn care : a parent's survival guide /
RJ253.N49 1994
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Learn how to comfortably and confidently breast-feed your baby, to handle breast-feeding complications, to handle a baby with colic, to bottle-feed your infant, and how to bathe, swaddle, and hold your infant.
Newborn development and discovery, The
HQ767.9.N49 2005
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Covers the neonatal period (first four weeks): appearance of the infant, examinations and tests administered, and schedules.
No dumb questions
HQ77.9.N6 2001
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The program follows three sisters as they struggle to understand why and how Uncle Bill is becoming Aunt Barbara.
Nurse to child
RJ245.N87 1990
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Shows the impact of hospitalization on children, and how the nurse can address their special needs.
Nursing assessment of the newborn
RJ255.5.N96 2007
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[pt.1] 128.1. Physical examination of the neonate -- [pt.2] 128.2. Gestational age assessment.
This series demonstrates two types of evaluations: one program describes how to perform an examination of the baby to determine if he/she is in stable condition while the second shows how to use an abbreviated Ballard Scale to determine gestational age.
Orotracheal intubation /
RF517.O75 1996
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Demonstrates the real intubations in a wide variety of adult and pediatric patients including practical techniques with different blades.
Our overweight kids
RJ399.C6O97 1997
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Discusses the problems, both mental and physical of obese children and the importance of a proper diet and physical exercise in helping kids stay healthy.
Pediatric airway management and intubation
RJ431.P43 1992
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Demonstrates step by step techniques for intubating infants and children. Details differences in pediatric anatomy; illustrates equipment for pediatric airways; also shows special techniques for intubating children.
Pediatric head-to-toe assessment: child
RC76.B38V16 2005
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Bates Physical Assessment Series.
Pediatric head-to-toe assessment: infant
RC76.B38V15 2005
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Bates Physical Assessment Series.
Pediatric tips & tricks
RJ245.P43 2005
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Procedure preparation and distraction (301.1 DVD) -- Procedures (301.2 DVD) -- Instructor's guides (301 IG CD-ROM) -- Self-grading tests (301 SGT CD-ROM).
Demonstrates, with real patients at Children's Hospital of Orange County in Calif., how to prepare patients and their families for selected medical procedures. Includes scenario-based teaching demonstrations of distraction techniques that can be used to make the procedures less upsetting and more positive for the children and their parents.
Pediatrics : psychosocial care /
RJ245.P435 2007
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disc 1. 631.1 Infants & toddlers (31 min.) -- disc 2. 631.2 Preschool & school age (29 min.) -- disc 3. 631.3 Adolescents (31 min.) -- disc 4. 631.4 The dying child (30 min.).
(Producer) Disc 1 describes the cognitive and psychosocial development of children from birth to three years of age and uses this knowledge to develop specific interventions to decrease the negative effects of illness or injury. Disc 2 continues the examination of cognitive and psychosocial development and describes expected behaviors, fears, and concerns of these age groups. Illustrates methods that help prepare children for diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. Focuses on play as a means of reducing anxiety and suggests non-pharmacologic measures for alleviating pain. Disc 3 explores the developmental changes of adolescence and the major issues, such as risk-taking behavior and sexual activity, that often produce family stress at this time. Describes the role of nurses in the community as well as in acute care settings. Disc 4 describes how a child's perception of death differs at various ages and suggests techniques the professional can use for opening a discussion about death. Addresses whether or not to tell the child when the illness is terminal and discusses the child's reaction if told. Explores hospice care as a positive option for families.
Pediatrics psychosocial care /
RJ47.5.P42 1995
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1. Infants & toddlers (31 min.) -- 2. Preschool & school age (29 min.) -- 3. Adolescents (31 min.) -- 4. The dying child (30 min.).
Tape 1 describes the cognitive and psychosocial development of children from birth to three years of age and uses this knowledge to develop specific interventions to decrease the negative effects of illness or injury. Tape 2 examines continued cognitive and psychosocial development and describes expected behaviors, fears, and concerns of these age groups. Illustrates methods that help prepare children for diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. Focuses on play as a means of reducing anxiety and suggests non-pharmacologic measures for alleviating pain. Tape 3 explores the developmental changes of adolescence and the major issues, such as risk-taking behavior and sexual activity, that often produce family stress at this time. Describes the role of nurses in the community as well as in acute care settings. Tape 4 describes how a child's perception of death differs at various ages and suggests techniques the professional can use for opening a discussion about death. Addresses whether or not to tell the child when the illness is terminal and discusses the child's reaction if told. Explores hospice care as a positive option for families.
Peer relationships
BF721.H79 v.2
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Discusses ways in which children influence one another including modeling and reinforcement, and describes how childrens' relationships change depending on their age and stage of development. Describes characteristics of popular, ignored, and rejected children. Gives general guidelines for helping children get along with others. Focuses on specific interventions for children who are shy or overly aggressive.
Physical assessment of a child
RJ50.P45 2008
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pt. 1 . Growth - Physiological measurements - Vital signs - Skin - Head and neck. Ears -- Eyes -- Nose -- Mouth (23 min.)
Addresses general considerations and basic techniques for performing a through, gentle, physical exam of a child.
Physical assessment of the normal newborn
RJ255.5.P43 1991
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Piaget's developmental theory an overview /
LB1051.P5 1989
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Combines archival footage of Dr. Jean Piaget with newly shot footage of Dr. Elkind conducting interviews with children of various ages. Serves as an introduction to Piaget's work.
Play therapy for severe psychological trauma /
RJ505.P6P55 1998
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Children who have been victims of abuse or other stressful events may exhibit severe trauma-related symptoms. In this video, Dr. Gil elucidates the nature of trauma, how to recognize it clinically, and how to manage its powerful effects upon children's development with the use of artwork and play. Filled with examples of children's artwork, sand play, and other forms of creative expression, the program contrasts the work of children who have been traumatized with that of normally functioning children. Dr. Gil balances general conceptual guidelines with in-depth commentary on specific cases.
Positive discipline---positive children
HQ770.4.P673
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Preadolescent years, The
RJ131.P7
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Begins with a discussion of the highlights of growth and development of children from ten through twelve years of age which includes aspects of physical, emotional and cognitive development and aspects of family relationships with the child. Then discusses hospitalization of the child with emphasis on the nurse's planning for the care of the preadolescent youth before and after surgery.
Pregnancy, labor & delivery
RG951.P74 2004
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Disc 1. Pregnancy (29 min.) -- Disc 2. Labor and delivery (28 min.) -- Disc 3. Pain control during labor and delivery (29 min.) -- Disc 4. Leopold's maneuvers (17 min.) -- Disc 5. Instructors guides -- Disc 6. Self grading tests.
Pregnancy, labor & delivery
RG951.P74 2004
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Pregnancy (29 min.) -- Labor and delivery (28 min.) -- Pain control during labor and delivery (29 min.) -- Leopold's maneuvers (17 min.)
Prenatal development a life in the making /
HQ767.9.P74 1996
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Covers conception, embryonic and fetal development, and environmental influences like drugs.
Preschoolers. Social & emotional development
HQ767.9.P747 2008
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Shows how preschoolers learn to play cooperatively, make friends, and express emotions. Presents concepts from developmental theorists, insight from current preschool educators, and provides stategies that can be used to foster social and emotional growth.
Prevention of Type 2 diabetes and obesity
RJ420.D5P74 2006
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Rapid assessment of the ill or injured child
RJ245.R37 2004
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Discusses the developmental stages of childhood, rapid observation techniques, history taking, and the A-B-C algorithm for assessment. Part 1 goes over airway, pt. 2 covers breathing and circulation, and pt. 3 finishes with disability, exposure, and family.
Reading rainbow: Arthur's eyes
RE971.R42
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Narrated by Bill Cosby, "Arthur's Eyes" is the story of Arthur, a boy whose initial shyness about wearing glasses gets him into some awkward scrapes. Also featured is a poem from "All the Colors of the Race," read by acclaimed author Maya Angelou.
Recognizing children with special needs.
LC4019.R426 1994
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Objectives of this video are to help child caregivers recognize children with minor physical and/or psychological disabilities and to inform cargivers of the special attention that should be given to these children.
Refrigerator mothers
RJ506.A9R44 2002
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From the 1950s through the early 1970s, the American medical establishment thought it had found the cause of autism: poor mothering. Doctors presumed that the bizarre behaviors of autistic children - rigid rituals, difficulty with speech, extreme self-isolation - stemmed from their mothers' emotional frigidity. We now know that autism is a brain disorder, not the result of poor parenting. But for a whole generation of women branded as cold "refrigerator mothers," the damage had already been done.
Relationship play therapy : a clinical session /
RJ505.P6R45 1997
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Dr. Moustakas demonstrates his principles for "being in" the world of the child, "being for" the child and "being with" the child in an unrehearsed therapy session. Afterwards, he is interviewed by Garry Landreth, Director of the Center for Play Therapy at the University of North Texas.
Relationship play therapy a clinical session /
RJ505.P6R45 1997
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Dr. Moustakas demonstrates his principles for "being in" the world of the child, "being for" the child and "being with" the child in an unrehearsed therapy session with an emotionally disturbed ten year old boy. Afterwards, he is interviewed by Garry Landreth, Director of the Center for Play Therapy at the University of North Texas.
Respiratory failure and shock
RJ370.P425 pt.1
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Discusses techniques for early recognition of respiratory failure and shock in children.
Safer infusion therapy /
RM170.S24
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Pt. 1. The basics. -- Pt. 2. Initiating venipuncture. -- Pt. 3. Reducing complications and improving outcomes. -- Pt. 4. Care and maintenance. -- Pt. 5. Pediatrics.
Summary : This program is designed to give the clinician a clear and accurate foundational understanding of intravenous therapy.
Seasons of life
BF713.S4
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v. 1. Infancy and early childhood (conception to age 6) -- v. 2. Childhood and adolescence (ages 6-20) -- v. 3. Early adulthood (ages 20-40) -- v. 4. Middle adulthood (ages 40-60) -- v. 5. Late adulthood (ages 60+).
Case studies and commentaries by noted psychologists examine human development, from conception to death.
Seasons of life
BF713.S4 1990
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[Pt. 1] Infancy and early childhood -- [pt. 2] Childhood and adolescence -- [pt. 3] Early adulthood -- [pt. 4] Middle adulthood -- [pt. 5] Late adulthood.
Provides an exploration from both the expert and the personal perspectives of human development beginning with conception and continuing through the many changes of growth and aging. Describes how the biological, social and psychological clocks influence the events of the human life cycle. Includes case studies and commentaries by noted psychologists.
Sickle cell disease the faces of our children /
RJ416.S53S53
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Nearly 50 to 80,000 African-Americans, and a very much smaller number of whites, have sickle cell anemia, a genetic disease in which red blood cells become stiff, sticky and misshapen. In a "sickle cell crisis," which can occur for a variety of reasons or for no apparent reason at all, the sickle-shaped cells can block blood vessels, causing severe pain in the chest, back, abdomen and joints. Repeated crises will eventually damage the kidneys, the heart and blood vessels, and other organs. One in ten children with sickle cell disease will have a stroke before they are fifteen; another ten percent have "silent" strokes, which nonetheless impair their school abilities and other functioning. Despite advances in treatment, this is in danger of becoming a "forgotten disease," with government funding for research and public information declining to a trickle compared to a few years ago. This program examines the devastating impact of sickle cell disease on these young people and their families and caregivers. It will be an important tool for increasing awareness in the community and among healthcare and social service providers in community clinics, hospitals, and other settings. --from the Website.
Smarter than you think
BF719.S637
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Reports recent research on newly-born babies, their emotional needs, and how those needs are fulfilled by the parents.
Sudden infant death syndrome : update /
RJ320.S93S833
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Sudden infant death syndrome: an update
RJ320.S93S833 2005
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Explores what is known about SIDS at this time and discusses good health practices that can reduce some of the risk factors for SIDS.
Systematic assessment of sexual abuse in pre-schoolers
HQ71.S98
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Aids professionals to assess young children that have alledgedly been sexually abused, especially those reluctant or unwilling to discuss their abuse in brief interviews.
Taking children seriously
HQ792.U5T35
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This is a rare opportunity for adults to find out from children how they are feeling about their lives. This dark side of being a child is one that adults cannot seem to remember. Through interviews with children, it was found that they feel they run the risk of ridicule, anger, and even punishment when they say how they really feel about their problems and fears.
Techniques of play therapy a clinical demonstration /
RJ505.P6T43 1994
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This video presents segments of play therapy sessions with five different children between 4 and 12 years of age. In the process of working with these children, a number of different play therapy techniques are demonstrated.--guide.
Teen and child depression
RJ506.D4T44 1992
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Even parents who are psychologist sometimes fail to diagnose severe depression in their own children. This program describes the common symptoms of depression: crying, withdrawal, over- or undereating, oversleeping or insomnia, concentration and memory problems, getting no pleasure out of life. In the extreme, these symptoms can lead to suicide - any threat of which must always be taken seriously. The program examines the possible causes of bipolar depression, presents evidence for the biological (as opposed to psychological) causes of depression, and discusses the role of environmental factors like child abuse in activating depression. Treatment is also discussed.
The play therapist's language of change releasing children's creative capacities /
RJ505.P6P545 2003
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Lecture on making contact with children through play therapy. Discusses characteristics of facilitative responses, process of helping children learn self responsibility, and suggests ways to keep the child in the lead in the therapeutive process. Also, demonstrates how to respond to issues and questions.
Theories of development I
HQ767.9.T44 1997
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Brings together different theories of development and puts forth a discussion about these theories. Theories and theorists covered include: cognitive, psychosexual, psychosocial, behaviorist, social learning, sociocultural, Piaget, Freud, Erickson, Gesell, Skinner, and Vygotsky.
Theories of development II
HQ767.9.T446 2007
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Why do early child educators and parents need to understand the educational theories of philosophers from three hundred years ago? Viewers will learn that these theories will give them a foundation upon which to build their own philosophy of education. Learn the theories of John Locke, Jean-Jaques Rousseau, Johann Pestalozzi, and Frederick Froebel.
Therapeutic dimensions of the play therapy relationship
RJ505.P6T47 2003
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Lecture on making contact with children through play therapy. Covers essential dimensions in facilitating play therapy relations, four healing messages, necessary conditions for helping children grow, and helping children to discover their own resources.
Therapeutic limit setting in play therapy purpose, areas, and ACT model /
RJ505.P6T447 2003
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Discusses purposes for limit setting, areas where limits are needed, practical issues in limit setting, ACT model of therapeutic limit setting, helping children develop self-control, therapist's role in limit setting, case examples of limit setting, and what to do when children break the limits.
Toys & materials for play therapy
RJ505.P6T69 2003
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Lecture on play therapy: Criteria for selecting appropriate toys and materials for play therapy, categories of toys and minimum essential materials that should be available for a session when the play therapy room is not available, and helpful hints for responding to children's behaviors.
Treatment with defiant and aggressive adolescents
RJ506.A35T74 2009
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(Producer) Dr. Fred J. Hanna demonstrates his practical approach to working with adolescents who have behavior problems. Dr. Hanna's precursors to change model has been used successfully with teenagers who are involved in drugs, gangs, violence, or serious misbehavior in school and other situations.
Understanding play behavior and themes in play therapy
RJ505.P6U53 2003
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Lecture on making contact with children through play therapy. Covers meaning in children's play, identifying four messages revealed in children's play, stages in the play therapy process, and theme development in children's play. Touches on difficult issue of confidentiality in play therapy.
Understanding seizures and epilepsy
RJ496.C77U53 2004
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Explains seizure disorders in everyday language. Explores what happens when someone has a seizure and how others can know what and what not to do.
Understanding the defiant child
RJ506.O66U5 1997
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Tantrums, resistance to chores, negativity --occasional clashes between parents and children are not uncommon. But when a child's defiance is chronic and disruptive of family life, he or she may have Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD). This video tells you why this problem should be dealt with early and what can be done.
Vanishing father, The
HQ777.4.V35 1995
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Explores the dramatic change in the American family and recent findings by sociologists that, despite economic status, children from single parent homes are twice as likely to drop out of school, to become teenage mothers, and to spend time in jail.
What if everybody was purple?
BF723.P75W43 2000
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This video uses puppet characters from different ethnic backgrounds to explore the topics of prejudice, forgiveness, and friendship.
Whatever happened to childhood?
HQ792.W438
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Tells how the early exposure to the pressures of drug usage and changing attitudes about sex, along with a new indifference to, and participation in, criminal behavior, is forcing today's children into becoming adults at a younger age. Young people and adults tell their stories and explore our changing society.
What's a parent to do?
HQ755.7.W43 1991
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Discusses basic parenting techniques in infants and young children with tips from noted experts in the field, such as pediatrition, Dr. T. Berry Brazelton and child psychologist, Dr. Stanley Greenspan. Presents several couples experiencing the frustrations of parenting young children. Demonstrates effective parenting skills and explores strategies for raising an emotionally stable adult.
When they never ever listen
BF723.P25W43
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Whole child a caregiver's guide to the first five years, The
LB1140.23.W485 1997
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1. It's the little things -- 2. By leaps and bounds -- 3. Babies are children, too -- 4. Dealing with feelings -- 5. I'm glad I'm me -- 6. Listening to families -- 7. Everybody's special -- 8. Getting along together -- 9. Building inner controls -- 10. Respecting diversity -- 11. Creativity and play -- 12. Let's talk about it -- 13. Growing minds.
Teaches the latest in the fields of child development and child care for the critical years from birth to the age of five. Outlines essential information about children's physical, emotional, and cognitive development. Presents practical developmental activities and techniques to use in difficult situations. Shows real children and teachers in Head Start classrooms, a private urban infant center and preschool, an in-home family child care program, a suburban preschool and two university child care centers.
World is a dangerous place images of the enemy on children's television, The
HQ784.T4W67 1989
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Focuses on the negative effects, which seemingly innocent war cartoons could have on healthy child development. Examines the psychological and physical characteristics portrayed that provide the basis which can breed fear and hatred.
Young children physical assessment and administration of medication /
RJ560.Y68 2003
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Physical assessment of a child, part 1 -- Physical assessment of a child, part 2 -- Medicating children.
Demonstrates a thorough, systematic method of assessing the health of infants and children ... presents a thorough, systematic approach to administering medication to pediatric patients ...