By Laurence Steinberg
Over the last few many years, early life has lengthened, and this degree of existence now lasts longer than ever. fresh examine has proven that the adolescent mind is unusually malleable, making it an important time of lifestyles for choosing a person’s destiny good fortune and happiness. In Age of chance, the world-renowned professional on early life Laurence Steinberg attracts in this trove of clean evidence—including his personal groundbreaking research—to clarify the teenage brain’s potential for swap and to provide new recommendations for instilling resilience, strength of mind, and different priceless qualities. by means of exhibiting how new discoveries approximately youth needs to switch the best way we elevate, train, and deal with children, Steinberg offers a myth-shattering advisor for fogeys, educators, and somebody else who cares approximately children.
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Professionals can only help each child to achieve her personal best. Progress is often frustratingly slow. When parents are bargaining, the child with cerebral palsy can become their whole world. They obsessively care for their child, refusing to accept help from others. Bargaining parents may temporarily push even their other children or spouses completely out of their lives. This particularly dangerous reaction can contribute to divorce or depression in other family members. Professional counseling is very critical in this situation.
Decide if you want your child to be only with others who have disabilities or also with children who are developing normally. Being with children who do not have disabilities can be motivating and educational for all of the children. Check the day care facility's activities, curriculum, and staff-to-child ratio. Each staff member should supervise a low number of children, preferably no more than three or four. The number may need to be lower if several children in the group have disabilities. You should insist that your day care location be inspected for safety, be childproofed, and only have staff who are currently certified in infant and child cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).
Special attention to the marriage is required to protect it from the strains of raising a child with special needs. < previous page page_34 next page > < previous page page_35 next page > Page 35 You and your spouse may face a lot of fear. You wonder how serious your child's disability will be. Will your child be able to walk, talk, or care for himself? Will your child be able to live away from home? The fear and uncertainty you face can cause you and your partner to feel overwhelmed, short-tempered, depressed, and angry.