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Patient Education Handouts
Pediatric Patient Education (2021)
Published: January 2021
... of time. If you live in an apartment or a condominium, you might want to talk with your neighbors too. Cries and tantrums from your child will get worse for the next several days but will improve over time. It is essential that you follow through on your plan and do it the same way for at least 2 weeks...
Module
Published: October 2023
... can spend time focusing on these milestones. This module outlines the important features of the 30-month well-visit and this developmental stage. Keywords: 30 month old ; social development ; tantrums ; positive parenting ; screen time ; early literacy ; behavior problems ; discipline...)
Module
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...)
Module
Published: December 2023
... below. 7a. Resources Resources for parents at age 18 months include: ● Bright Futures Parent Handout: 18 Month Visit ● Bright Futures Parent Handout: 2 Year Visit ● Healthychildren.org: Car Seats: Information for Families ● AAP Temper Tantrums handout ● Healthychildren.org: Safety...)
Module
Published: May 2024
... examination results are normal, and he appears to be a socially engaging toddler. However, you have concerns about his apparent low frustration tolerance and tendency to throw tantrums. It has been said that all typically developing children in all cultures master the basics of their language by 4...)
Module
Published: October 2023
..., require several months of laxative treatment that produces soft stools before they abandon this behavior. Parents should be instructed to ignore stool withholding events as they would a temper tantrum. At times when the child is not withholding, parents should talk directly to toddlers and engage them...)
Module
Published: December 2023
... in the long-term, so it should be discouraged as the main way parents use to keep children calm. Parents can offer alternative approaches, such as avoiding tantrum triggers, using time-outs or calm-down time, teaching breathing or sensory regulation techniques, or teaching them to learn the words...)
Module
Published: October 2023
... bedtime They refuse to get into bed or stay in their bedroom. They may visit you during the middle of the night. They delay bedtime with ongoing questions, requests, crying or even tantrums Some children suddenly complain of a stomach ache A common problem that occurs in up to 30% of young...)
Module
Module
Published: June 2023
...,” “tantrums,” “meltdowns,” or “rages” Adverse effects and monitoring: • Common adverse effects include wt gain and dyslipidemia • Monitoring: periodic assessment for extrapyramidal symptoms; measurement of wt, height, and BMI; and laboratory monitoring of glucose and lipid levels • Metformin...)
Journal Articles
Pediatr Rev (2021) 42 (7): 360–374.
Published: July 2021
...-old boy for a health supervision visit. He has a history of developmental delay and behavior concerns, with multiple missed connections to early intervention services and developmental specialists. His family expresses several concerns at the start of the visit. He has frequent and prolonged tantrums...
Module
Published: May 2023
... forbidden. At the same time, he will look back at the parent to test a reaction. This behavior is a normal, positive move toward internalizing rules. Tantrums are more frequent as the child tries to master new skills and struggles with his move toward independence and autonomy. Mention tantrum triggers...)
Module
Published: June 2023
... or has disruptions in breathing, apnea, or cyanosis during feeds Raises concern for oropharyngeal dysphagia About refusal, tantrums, rumination, pica, avoidance of certain food textures, temperatures, and colors Identifies maladaptive mealtime behaviors If time and resources allow...)
Book Chapter
Published: January 2017
10.1542/9781610025805-ch23
EISBN: 978-1-61002-580-5
..., wearing seat belts in the car, and reading for pleasure) and emotionally (eg, by being calm and consistent in setting limits and handling tantrums). Parents who enjoy their toddler’s growing independence can best provide a stable home base as the toddler’s curiosity and mobility carry him...
Book Chapter
Published: June 2016
10.1542/9781610020473-part02_sec02_health_ch033
EISBN: 978-1-61002-047-3
ISBN: 978-1-58110-966-5
... SOLVING Transferring object hand to hand, poking with index nger Imaginary play; functional use of objects, cooperative play Homework organization; attention, concentration SOCIALEMOTIONAL Social smile, state regulation, temperament, play Tantrums, problems in child care, ability to share Peer...
Book Chapter
Published: February 2017
10.1542/9781610020237-part01-development
EISBN: 978-1-61002-023-7
ISBN: 978-1-61002-022-0
... health supervision consists of counseling parents about their infant s temperament, colic, tantrums, and sleep disturbances. Te goodness of ft between parents and infant can infuence their interaction. Helping Promoting HealthY DEVELOPMENT 87 Bright Futures Guidelines for Health Supervision of Infants...
Book Chapter
Published: July 2005
10.1542/9781581108064-1-ch04
EISBN: 978-1-58110-806-4
ISBN: 978-1-58110-781-4
.... When your toddler ings himself on the oor, kicking and ghting, remind yourself that this is part of normal development. It does not re ect badly on him or your ability as a par- ent. Toddlers have tantrums to communicate an unmet emotional need. 62 Chapter 4 Toddlers Try to keep your toddler s...
Book Chapter
Published: July 2005
10.1542/9781581108064-1-ch08
EISBN: 978-1-58110-806-4
ISBN: 978-1-58110-781-4
... a time limit.) To reduce bedtime resistance, have your child go to bed when he s only moderately tired. Do not change your child s bedtime routine to minimize chances of demands or tantrums. Do not allow a television or computer in your child s bedroom. For an older child in par- ticular (aged 8...
Book Chapter
Published: July 2005
10.1542/9781581108064-2-index
EISBN: 978-1-58110-806-4
ISBN: 978-1-58110-781-4
... in, 66 Symptomatic epilepsy, 189 nightmares of, 64 Syncope, 190 reporting of dreams and nightmares by, 157 resistance to sleeping in, 68 69 T rewards for staying in bed, 71 safety as issue for climber, 71 72 Tandem nursing, 99 separation anxiety in, 48 Tantrums sleep needs of, 59 61 solutions to sleep...
Book Chapter
Published: July 2005
10.1542/9781581108064-2-ch10
EISBN: 978-1-58110-806-4
ISBN: 978-1-58110-781-4
... after dark. frequently misbehave or throw tantrums as bedtime approaches. Others appear extremely restless once they get into bed; this may be a reaction to intrusive, troubling thoughts. Avoid Triggering Nighttime Fears Make it a rule to turn o the television, video games, and computer in the house...