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Learning that your child's autistic can be devastating for any parent, and drastically change family dynamics. Learn how to navigate the tricky world of autism and siblings here.
Summarizes the advantages and disadvantages of home-based, center-based, and home-center service models to educate young children with special needs.
Discusses sibling relationship factors including birth order, age, spacing and gender of the children, family size, parent-child relationships, and more.
Special needs kids face plenty of special challenges and so do their siblings. Learn strategies for supporting the sublings of special needs kids.
When you had a second child, you probably figured that you were giving your first child a lifetime companion. But years down the road, your kids are constantly fighting and finding the need to compete with each other. What happened to the best friends you thought you’d be raising? According to clinical psychologist Jennifer Cassatly, they could be right under your nose.
Siblings of special needs kids don't have to feel left out. You can help.
What parent hasn't heard her child say, 'It's not fair'? Especially when you have multiple kids, it can seem impossible to assure any of them they're getting their fair shake. They 'always' get the smaller piece of pie, and they 'never' get your attention when they want it, right? Learn what kids really want when they say 'It's not fair,' and you may just avoid a supercharged sibling rivalry.
A new baby changes everything, so make the adjustment easier on your young child with these suggestions.
The arrival of a new baby is hard for children. Here are eight ways to ease the transition, so that they're more likely to welcome their new brother or sister.
Experts say it's not only fair for parents to treat each child differently, it's a good idea.  Practical parenting tips on dealing with sibling rivalry.
Can we call the frequent conflicts and disputes between siblings bullying? Comparing siblings and school bullying we find common but also specific traits.
Useful tips for preparing for a meeting about your child, be it an IEP meeting or an informal meeting to discuss your child's progress and/or your concerns.
Students require social skills to have healthy lifestyles, both physically and emotionally. Developing social skills requires special strategies.
Find out the key elements to create an appropriate educational environment for students with autism spectrum disorder. A look at the individuals with
Every parent has heard 'It's not fair!' Learn how to deal with the most common 'It's not fair' scenarios.
Kids as young as preschool and kindergarten are already picking up bad bullying behavior. Get the tips on how to nip nastiness in the bud.
From the terrible twos on, learning how to manage your child's aggression can be tricky. With these tips, you can help eliminate preschool bullying.
Should kids share a room? Parents are sometimes reluctant to make their kids split a space, but it can be advantageous sometimes. Get the pros and cons here.
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