• 00:59

    #248 What Works To Help Toddlers Learn to Talk... Part 2!

    in Parents

    In this week’s teachmetotalk podcast I'm continuing my series on what works to help toddlers learn to talk. Join me, pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP, founder of teachmetotalk.com, as I highlight strategies that are highly effective in helping late talking toddlers begin to communicate. Let’s get back to the basics of talking about what really, really works! In some ways, it’s much simpler than you think!


    Here's the post I referenced for this show:


    What Works... Strategies to Help Toddlers Learn to Talk


    Products I recommended:


    Building Verbal Imitation in Toddlers


    Teach Me To Talk the DVD


    Steps to Building Verbal Imitation in Toddlers on DVD

  • 00:44

    Ready, Set, Go! Fostering Gross Motor Skills in Toddlers & Preschoolers

    in Family

    Running, jumping, climbing, and more. Dr. Maureen Suhr joins us to talk about fostering physical development in children from that first to that fifth birthday so children can really thrive.


    We’ll review the skills we should see emerge in children at different ages and talk about great toys and activities to help children develop great motor (physical) skills.


    Listen live on BlogTalkRadio and visit our website www.KidsAtoZ.com for more episodes and to visit our SMART Toy Store with info on what games and toys are great for overall child development.


    Learn more about Dr. Maureen Suhr and the programs and services at Hospital for Special Surgery where she works through the links below.


    Hospital for Special Surgery              On the Move Blog


    As always, send you questions, comments, and suggestions for future episodes to info@kidsatoz.com


    Enjoy.


    Dr. T and the Kids AtoZ Team

  • 00:24

    Stuttering in Toddlers and Preschoolers

    in Parents

    Join Sara Bingham, WeeHands Founder and author of The Baby Signing Book, each week as she shares parenting tips, language development strategies, and the joys of connecting with your baby, toddler and/or preschool child.


    Since 2001, WeeHands has been an industry-leading children's sign language and language development program delivered through interactive, fun classes, as well as a line of tailored products. In 2014, WeeHands became part of Morneau Shepell’s Children's Support Solutions, an organization that provides health-centered and educational services to children with differences to help them reach their potential.

    This week, Sara will chat with Wendy Duke - founder of Columbia Speech Language Services. "Communication is what allows us to participate in society on many levels - at work and at play and at school. It's never hard for me to convince people of the value of speech therapy because I really believe in it," Wendy says. We'll discuss preschool language development and stuttering. 

  • 00:43

    LET'S TALK TUESDAY...THE DIFFERENCE IN DISCIPLINING AND ABUSING YOUR CHILD(REN)

    in Entertainment

    Let's Talk Tuesday, What's the Difference between Discipling and Abusing your Child(ren)
     

  • 00:24

    Ask the Pastor Live Call-in with Gregory Dickow

    in Christianity

    On today’s episode of Ask the Pastor, Pastor Dickow addresses your questions.


    Question Topics:



    My ex has custody of my children and has been physically abusing them. DCFS will not do anything; what should I do?
    How can I overcome offense?
    At what point are you crossing the line of praying in tongues and becoming lazy? Can we pray in tongues too long?

  • 01:01

    Adult Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse

    in Family


    An individual who was sexually abused as a child is an adult survivor of child sexual abuse. This abuse may have had long-term effects on the survivor’s life. In most instances, the victim of the abuse never discussed the abuse with others while it was occurring. This individual is learning now, as an adult, to deal with the effects of the abuse. 


    Possible Long-Term Effects:



    Each individual’s experiences and reactions are unique to that individual. However, with so many survivors breaking the silence and talking about their experiences, it has become apparent that there are some responses to child sexual abuse that are common to many survivors.
    Feelings of extremely low self-esteem or self-hatred are common in survivors. Extreme depression is something with which survivors also battle.
    Survivors often experience frequent sleep disturbances and nightmares. Links have been made between this and the fact that children are often sexually abused in their rooms, in their own beds.
    Trust is a crucial issue for many survivors throughout their lives. They were betrayed by the very people who cared for them, who insisted they loved them even while abusing them.
    Re-victimization describes the process whereby women who were sexually abused as children frequently find themselves in abusive, dangerous situations, or relationships as adults.
    Survivors with disabilities who experienced sexual abuse in childhood might never have reached a level of independence to escape this abuse and it has become a way of life.

  • 00:47

    Terrific Toys & Activities for Great Physical Development Birth to Five

    in Family

    Not all toys are created equal. That's a motto we have at Kids AtoZ. 


    We have Dr. Maureen Suhr back with us to talk about what toys and activities are good to foster motor (physical) development in young children. 


    Learn about what toys and games are super to do with your children as they grow from birth through their fifth birthday to help optimize their development.  


    You can also visit our SMART Toy Store where we select the toys and games we love for child development.


    We tell you why we love them and give you ideas for activities so parents can make great decisions for fostering their development in their children. 


    As always, send you questions, comments, and suggestions for future episodes to info@kidsatoz.com


    Enjoy.


    Dr. T and the Kids AtoZ Team 

  • 00:31

    Using Essential Oils with Infants

    in Health

    Often we are asked how to use essential oils with babies.  Mothers know the benefits of these oils and want to uses them on their children, but want to be safe.  On today's show Mike and Monika will talk about all the ways in which you can effectively and safely apply oils to your children with confidence and surity.  You will be surprsed at the many applications that are available for children.

  • 00:31

    Tackling the Terribly Wonderful Inevitable Twos

    in Moms and Family

    Do you feel challenged by your toddler?  Having trouble tackling the terrible twos?  Can't wait for them to pass?


    Listen to this episode, and we'll share with you why they aren't so terrible, in fact, they are wonderful.  We encourage you to take it all in and dare I say, ENJOY IT!


    We know you are super busy, but if you can please take a minute to leave us a rating and review we will be so grateful.  It helps us grow and helps us know how to help more mothers out there.  Not to mention, the good reviews are really encouraging :)


    Please visit us at our blog at http://www.everythingsahm.net/.  You can connect with us on social media through there.  

  • 00:31

    Tips For Traveling with Babies and Toddlers

    in Moms and Family

    Did you do much traveling this summer with a baby and/or a toddler?  Could you use more tips and tricks for next time?


    We share what's worked for us in this episode and give you lots of encouragement so you're never afraid to hit the road with a little one.  


    Please take a minute to leave us a rating and review.  It helps us grow and helps us know how to help more mothers out there.  Not to mention, the good reviews are really motivating :)


    Please visit us at our blog as well at http://www.everythingsahm.net/

  • 01:30

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 981

    in Self Help

    Tonight's special guest is Elisabeth Corey from Richmond, Virginia, a returning NAASCA family member who is a survivor of severe childhood sex abuse and trafficking. She explains, "My childhood was not a childhood. In my family, men had sex with little girls. It was our normal. It was our culture. And it was generational. My parents grew up with it. Their parents grew up with it. Most of the victims in our family didn't even remember it because the trauma caused memory loss. We were a family of traumatized individuals who were doing whatever it took to survive .. usually at the expense of the others." Elisabeth goes on, "My parents, uncles and grandparents started sexually abusing me when I was 2 years old. This was necessary to break me. I was indoctrinated in to a way of life. I was brainwashed. But there was a problem. As I got older, they realized I was a talker. They had not successfully broken me. I was actually telling people. The good news for them .. nobody believed me." Now in her 6th year of recovery, Elisabeth has worked with many organizations on advocacy, but her first love is BLOGGING about trauma recovery. She writes a blog, at www.beatingtrauma.com, that is currently geared toward the general public and survivors, but is expanding this into a subscription blog for clinicians. It'll focus on trauma theory, research and practice, but from a survivor perspective. She's hoping to include interviews with other survivors and guest blog posts from clinicians.

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