SELECTED ARTICLES: ADDRESSING DEVELOPMENTAL CONCERNS
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View Gary Direnfeld, MSW, RSW When isn’t child sex play just sex play? 7/11/2006 Child sexual behaviour is common and normal, except when...
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View Jackie Durnin Understanding your baby’s first signs 12/11/2007 As a parent, your baby’s “first sign” is greeted with as much excitement as your baby’s “first word”. For some parents though, the excitement is short lived as parents wonder what their baby is trying to communicate to them through baby sign language.
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View Look4 Nurseries Toilet Training Your Children 7/29/2010 Usually, most kids get going learning to use a potty by around their second birthday, nevertheless, as with all in kids's progress, each kid is different.
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View Ellie Dixon The Importance of Play in Early Learning 11/9/2007 Parents don't always understand the importance of play , and in today's competitive world, the temptation is to stop your children "wasting time" and to put the time to what they believe is more constructive use. For a young child, there is no better use of time - read on and discover why.
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View Chris Robertson Puberty for Girls Is a Troubling Time: How Parents Can Help 9/17/2007 Although both girls and boys experience the hormonal changes associated with adolescence, puberty for girls can have a more significant and long lasting social impact.
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