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Kids A to Z strives to empower parents and set children up for success. The show addresses the areas of development (i.e., physical, intellectual, social-emotional, emotional, and moral), how they influence each other, and how to best foster them. Topics such as the effects of TV on the brain, how physical activity benefits cognition, and the benefits of bilingualism are just a few themes.
Early childhood experiences are critical. They set the foundation for skills across the lifespan. Specialists find parents often lack fundamental knowledge or receive misinformation. There are also alarming trends of decreased science and math scores and increased numbers of obese and special needs children in the US. Kids A to Z provides parents with information and ideas to enable all children to thrive. The developmental range for the show is birth to five years. Parents, grandparents, and related professionals in childcare are all part of the target audience.
"Brains in Toyland" are what children are. In this segment, Dr. T interviews a child development professional, such as a psychologist or physical therapist, to provide expert information so caregivers know what they need to foster and how. Children learn and grow through play. In the next "All-Star Play Room" segment, Dr. T interviews a guest who offers a child-centered product or service, such as piano teacher or a tae kwon do instructor, to suggest ideas for toys and activities that foster development. In the final "Ask Dr. T" segment, Dr. T and her professional guests meet with parents and children who engage in activities related to the topic of the day. The professionals also field questions from the audience and share case studies answering questions caregivers may not know or feel confident enough to ask.
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After Sheila Matthews had her own personal experience with coercion by the education system to label and drug her child, she teamed up with another mother, Patricia Weathers, to found the non-profit organization AbleChild – a national parent’s rights organization, dedicated to protecting full informed consent and the right to refuse psychiatric services.
Ms. Matthews is a resident of Connecticut and in 2001, she was the first mother to successfully testify on behalf of the first state law in the United States prohibiting school personnel from recommending psychotropic drugs to parents. She continues nationwide participation in conferences and seminars and testifies on the federal level on behalf of AbleChild and the families who need AbleChild services.
She has been featured on a number of high profile media outlets, including CNN, FOX, Time Magazine as well as numerous radio stations throughout the country.
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What do they witness in you the other 6 days of each week? Can you see how one may outweigh the other?
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NWP welcomes the founders of Rock 'n' More, rock camp 501 (c)3 non-profit, Dace Anderson and Arielle Young.
With summer here, parents are looking at alternative to keep kids active while school is out.
Their Rockology band program allows you to learn to play with other musicians and you get to perform at the Hard Rock Cafe! Rock 'n' More has given tens of thousands of dollars in tuition assistance so that anyone can take lessons regardless of their ability to pay.
MISSION STATEMENT: Dace's Rock 'n' More Music Academy is here to provide a positive, uplifting, and inclusive educational experience for all members of the community through private, class, and applied music instruction.
Rock 'n' More is a part of Microsoft, Boeing, and Alaska Airlines gift matching and volunteer programs.
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Join Kevin & Karen as they interview local father/daughter atheists Mark & Bethany Cunningham on what were the challenges on raising kids and growing up with a secular world view in England and in Canada.
Karen puts a new spin on this day in history
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Sandra Muldoon, co-founder of the Second Amendment Women Shooting Club and NRA Director, and Shyanne Roberts, the 10 year old who is the next rising star on the Women's Competitive Shooting Circuit and the new face of "Don't Tread on Me," will be joining "Common Sense" Host Sue Ann Penna to discuss women, kids and guns.
Shyanne came into the media spotlight after she testified in Trenton opposing a bill that would limit magazines to 10 rounds.
Dealing with firearms and defending the Second Amendment can bring about heated debate, but these two groups are among the growing number of gun owners and participants in the shooting sports.
We will be separating fact from fiction when it comes to Women, Kids & Guns.
Language and reading skills begin a lot sooner than most people realize.
There are “pre-reading” or “pre-literacy” behaviors children must master in order to be able to read and write.
In this "Brains in Toy Land" segment Dr. T reviews the webpages from the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA) on Embergent Literacy.
Dr. T also reviews and an article in ParentGuide News by Dr. Elizabeth McCrea, President of ASHA.
Dr. McCrea talks about early language skills that lead to success in reading, academics, and more. Included are skills to look for and activities to do at home to help your little one thrive.
We have the links to the sources below.
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Does your unorgazined home stress you out? Discover how less is more.
Stacy Erickson is a professional organizer and owner of Home Key Organization, a home organizing company specializing in child development and family environments. She has a degree in early childhood education and has worked in many different roles in the early education community: Montessori assistant, center director, social worker and nanny. Over her years of work, she has discovered that one of the biggest sources of stress in home and school environments is the presence of just too much stuff.
Stacy started Home Key Organization in 2012 to help families tame the clutter and increase their focus, efficiency and overall happiness. She is passionate about changing the world through the power of less--for both parents and children!
Bonnie and Thomas Liotta, founders of CCFL Global University, interview Stacy to bring you answers on how Less is actually More.
This week on Mom Talk Radio, former family law attorney and blogger at TripletsInTribeca.com, Notoya Green shares preschool prep tips for toddlers. Dishing on Dinner features Nicole Brady of SAHMReviews.com. Internet Safety Expert and owner of OvernightGeek.com, Jesse Weinberger, shares tips for helping your children avoid online sexual predators. Dr. Liz Matheis, licensed Clinical Psychologist and certified School Psychologist, talks overscheduling kids. Dr. Edward Moody, president of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD), shares tips for preventing and treating mouth and tooth injuries in kids.
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