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Published: June 2023
... old ; toddler ; language development ; social development ; family history ; bedtime routine ; sleep management ; behavior management ; discipline ; tantrums ; oral care 1a. Introduction As toddlers continue to develop their ability to express their likes and dislikes and move around...)
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Published: June 2023
..., educational interventions, and adjunct interventions, such as speech, motor, and sensory therapies.   Further Reading: Sensory Integration Therapies for Children With Developmental and Behavioral Disorders 6b. Behavior Management This excerpt from Caring for Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder...)
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Published: December 2023
... in bed) XX Temperament, development, behavior, and discipline (confict predictors and distraction, discipline and behavior management) XX Healthy teeth (brushing teeth, reducing caries) XX Safety (car safety seats and parental use of seat belts, safe home environment: poisoning, falls, and fre safety...)
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Published: December 2023
... To date, most contained documentation of promoting behavioral management interventions have been centered on counseling for physical activity or and social development starting at multiple health behaviors including referral for physical activity on the 2 years of age, and advancing to sedentary time...)
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Published: October 2023
..., including childhood behavior management. Duncan et al 2 reviewed periodic surveys of members of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and noted that between 2003 and 2012, pediatricians had increased their discussions of discipline with parents. By 2012, more than half (51...)
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Published: November 2023
... A evidence, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends a staged approach that begins with behavioral interventions in primary care (stage 1), increases in frequency and intensity if the patient does not respond favorably (stage 2), progresses to behavioral management in a comprehensive...)
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Published: June 2023
... behavioral management strategies appropriate for the child’s developmental age. Infants learn about their environment through visual exploration, mouthing toys, and, eventually, imitation. Show parents examples of age-appropriate books such as “touch and feel” and other soft plastic or board books...)
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Published: June 2023
... of Infants, Children and Adolescents, Fourth Edition, encourages play as a way to decrease screen time starting at 18 months of age, promoting behavioral management and social development starting at 2 years of age, and advancing to promotion of physical activity guidelines at 5 years of age for growth...)
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Pediatr Rev (2001) 22 (10): 327–342.
Published: October 2001
... in bedtime fears, especially if the child was molested in his or her own bed. Some aggressive children have bedtime fears that apparently are in reaction to their own lack of control. Better limits and behavior management during the day tend to resolve the fears. Fears deserve sympathy for the emotion...
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