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Are you living with toddlers and experiencing terrible twos, horrific threes and power struggles? Would you love to know how to avoid and prevent the temper tantrums?
Bonnie and Thomas Liotta interview Lucia Greisbach, a mother of three year old twins and a two year old. When we connected with Lucia, her children were all over her, interupting and crying for her attention. She equipped herself with some tools and is learning how to prevent and avoid terrible twos and horrific threes.
She shares her story of what she has learned with you so you can avoid the terrible twos, horrific threes and also teenage rebellion.
Dog Talk host, Michelle Huntting, will be joined by Jennifer Shryock to talk about the new dynamic for dogs as babies grow into toddlers.
Jennifer Shryock is a Certified Dog Behavior Consultant (CDBC), owner of Family Paws™ LLC in Cary, NC and holds a degree in Special Education. Jennifer has written and spoken extensively about these topics. Her two programs, Dogs & Storks® and the Dogs & Toddlers™ have been featured in national media from The Wall Street Journal to TV and radio.
As a Mother, dog behavior consultant and teacher…Jennifer recognized a need for support and education for these families and began building resources for new and expecting families through her own business Family Paws. A consistent need for this specialized service led to the creation of the highly endorsed international program Dogs & Storks® for expecting and adopting families and then years later Toddler & Dog™. All of these passions and ideas have led to the creation of Family Paws™ Parent Education now offering programs all of the United States, Canada and beyond!
Dr. Stolzer is a Professor of Child and Adolescent Development at the University of Nebraska-Kearney. She currently teaches infant, child, and adolescent development classes and is an active researcher. Dr. Stolzer has published numerous peer-reviewed articles and has presented her research at the international level. For over three decades, she has been a passionate child advocate. Dr. Stolzer’s research interests include Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), the meteoric rise of psychiatric diagnoses in child and adolescent populations, the deleterious effects of psychiatric drugs, the biocultural implications of attachment parenting, breastfeeding, the multivariational effects of labeling children, and challenging the existing medical model which seeks to pathologize normal-range child behaviors. Learn More about the dangers of Psychotropic drugs http://www.CCHR.ORG Citizens Commission on Human Rights
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Tonight Anthony & the "Boss Lady" will read his latest blog and discuss in detail why we have to continue "Aggressively Demanding Change". Call 347-326-9139
Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP and founder of www.teachmetotalk.com as she discusses information for treating toddlers with speech-language delays/disorders for both parents and professionals. In today's show Laura presents the 10 reasons she still begins teaching sign language to toddlers with the sign "more." Some professionals advise beginning with very specfic signs and avoiding signs that can be overgeneralized, but Laura disagrees and will give you 10 reasons why!
On this week's "CleftCast" #podcast, host Joe Rutland talks about overcoming the fear of speaking up for yourself. It's quite difficult for children and adults with cleft lip/cleft palate/craniofacial anomalies to "crack open" and speak up. Many people are afraid of how they will sound, or have been told by others not to speak up. On the other hand, others have been encouraged and strengthened to share and speak up in safe environments. I will talk about this in more detail. Also, I'm going to be offering a glimpse into a major announcement coming out soon that will be a great offer to the craniofacial community. I also will have this week's Term of the Week, too. All that and a whole lot more are in store for "CleftCast," the world's No. 1 #podcast for the cleft and craniofacial community.
Join Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP pediatric speech-language pathologist as she answers a listener's questions about running small groups for toddlers with communication delays/disorders. We'll discuss EVERYTHING from developing your own philosophy to designing treatment plans to setting goals to specific ideas to make these groups effective and FUN!
Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP of www.teachmetotalk.com as she discusses how simple homemade activities can be used with toddlers to teach important developmental milestones. Laura will outline the 5 reasons these activities work and share how she uses these activities in therapy and more importantly, how she teaches parents to use these activities at home.
Tonight on "It's Real Talk Radio", Miss Behave & Jay Styles come together for a second time to collaborate on another motherhood show. The first was successful so of course this was inevitable. The topic of discussion is Milestones and the question is: "Does your child measure up?"
When you have children, you will find that there is a universal guideline for what milestones your child should be hitting. For instance, at 6 months old, normally your child is ready for solids. We all know that every child is unique & develops differently, but sometimes our expectations are set a little high for an infant or toddler while other times expectations tend to be set too high, so it's all about the proper balance to save you and your child a lot of headaches.
Tonight Miss Behave & Jay Styles will be breaking it all down so make sure you don't miss out and if you have a question or comment you'd like to share, feel free to call in. The Call-in # is 347-838-9540 just remember to press 1 if you want to be brought on air.
Today on Ask the Pastor, Pastor Gregory Dickow addresses your everyday challenges.
Can God turn my situation around?
Is smoking marijuana a sin?
My parents were alcoholics and very abusive, why didn’t they just put me up for adoption instead of abusing me?
In this "Brains in Toyland" segment of Kids A to Z, I have a brief review a study regarding how dancing relates to developing interpersonal relationships.
This is a great example of how the different areas of development influence one another.
Here we see dancing, a physical activity, and it's impact on social-emotional, intellectual development, and one might argue, even moral development.
I discovered the article through a blog a subscribe to called NeuroNet Learning. They regularly send summaries of scientific articles about child development. Their summaries are family friendly and I really like the topics they cover.
Most importantly, the articles the NeuroNet Blog shares are from peer reviewed journals. That means experts on the subject, unrelated to the study at hand, determine its worthiness for publication.
The link to their blog with the original summary is below if you are interested.
Thanks for tuning in.
Best, Dr. Teresa
View From A Rack's host Afrykayn and Rebecca will be discussing Breast Milk for Men, the uproar with the new Mexico City breastfeeding ad and speaking with Reatta Brittney new Mother of two and business owner about her journey as a tandem nursing Mom. I know you want to chime in on this new breast milk craze, the Mexico City ad and hear about Reatta’s new path of breastfeeding a toddler and infant. Be sure to tune in and give us a call with your questions or just to share your opinion.
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