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Child Sense

Author : Priscilla Dunstan
ISBN : 9781848946651
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Make sleeping, eating, dressing and other everyday activities easier, while strengthening your bond with your child. Renowned 'baby listenener' Priscilla Dunstan reveals how each of us is born with one dominant sense mode - seeing, hearing, touching, or tasting and smelling. And shows how understanding this fact can help resolve most of the everyday conflicts that plague families, and help bridge the communication gap between you and your child. A one-stop guide to the first five years of life, read Child Sense to discover ... * What makes your baby happy * Simple techniques for dealing with everyday problems * How best to interpret your child's behaviour and maximise their potential for success and happiness in life.
Category: Family & Relationships

Making Sense Of Every Child Matters

Author : Richard Barker
ISBN : 9781847420114
Genre : Political Science
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This much-needed book examines the implications of the Every Child Matters (ECM) national and local framework for working with children. It analyses the key issues from the perspective of the different professions that make up the 'new children's workforce' and explores interprofessional considerations. Offering a clear guide to the implications of Every Child Matters for practice, this book will be widely welcomed by tutors and practitioners alike, enabling readers to make sense of the legislation and national guidance, and to understand better the new agendas for children's services.
Category: Political Science

Making Sense Of Play Supporting Children In Their Play

Author : Else, Perry
ISBN : 9780335247103
Genre : Education
File Size : 80.5 MB
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This book straightforwardly describes how adults can support childrenÂ’s free play, with a holistic, inclusive &practical approach.
Category: Education

Making Sense Of Child And Family Assessment

Author : Duncan Helm
ISBN : 9781843109235
Genre : Social Science
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Analysing children's needs is a crucial part of assessment in child protection, yet support for practitioners carrying it out is lacking. Making Sense of Child and Family Assessment provides best practice guidance on how to analyse the information gathered during the assessment of the needs of children and young people and their families. The application of assessment frameworks hinges on human qualities and skills which are naturally prone to bias and inconsistency. This book provides practical, accessible guidance on how to apply assessment frameworks successfully, how to increase accuracy and empathy and how to analyse and represent children's needs faithfully in order to improve outcomes. The author provides an overview of key elements of theory, research and practice, and covers issues such as how information is gathered and analysed by different professionals in different sectors, and how this information is shared; how to form accurate hypotheses about cases; how to develop professional intuition; and how to improve analytical skills. Professionals working in child welfare and protection roles, such as social workers, health visitors, midwives and teachers, will find this practical guide to analysis invaluable in interpreting needs and outcomes. The titles in the Best Practice in Working with Children series are written for the multi-agency professionals working to promote children's welfare and protect them from harm. Each book in the series draws on current research into what works best for children, providing practical, realistic suggestions as to how practitioners in social work, health and education can work together to promote the resilience and safety of the children in their care. Brigid Daniel is Professor of Social Work in the Department of Applied Social Science at the University of Stirling. She is co-author of several textbooks and practice resources on child care and protection. She was a member of the multi-disciplinary team that carried out a national ministerial review of child protection practice in Scotland.
Category: Social Science

The Common Sense Guide To Improving The Safeguarding Of Children

Author : Terry McCarthy
ISBN : 9781784500924
Genre : Social Science
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Aiming to provide purpose and direction in a complex field of work, this book offers direct and straightforward guidance on how to improve child protection on the frontline. Terry McCarthy draws directly from his own extensive practice experience to outline three steps to achieve improved outcomes. First, he explains how to establish an effective culture which develops learning on relationships and styles of authority. Second, he identifies how to support social workers to create a stable, skilled and confident workforce, equipped to deal with emotional challenges. Third, he outlines strategies to enable families to change, with useful techniques for working alongside families to make sure the needs of the child are being met. This approach aims to help children to live safely and well within their own families. This practical guide serves as a guiding compass through the dilemmas and conflicts of child protection practice, and will be valued by frontline social work managers and practitioners alike.
Category: Social Science

Making Sense Of The Children Act 1989

Author : Nick Allen
ISBN : 9780470016251
Genre : Psychology
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The Children Act is a major piece of legislation that affects all professionals working with children. Since the third edition of this book was published in 1996, there have been some important developments. This Fourth Edition takes these developments into consideration. Topics discussed include case law in the superior courts; the establishment of CAFCASS; and the Fostering Services Regulations of 2002; and much more.
Category: Psychology

The Sixth Sense Of Children

Author : Litany Burns
ISBN : 9781625170248
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Every child is born with innately wonderful and intuitive abilities. And when properly fostered in a child, these abilities offer untold advantages as your child matures and becomes an adult. The Sixth Sense of Children provides parents with the tools and practical exercises that will help parents guide their children in developing and mastering the skills of intuition and perception.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Making Sense Of Children S Thinking And Behavior

Author : Leslie Holzhauser-Peters
ISBN : 1846428165
Genre : Psychology
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Making Sense of Children's Thinking and Behavior offers parents and professionals a tool for understanding children with neurological differences. These children have an atypical view of the world, unique to their particular disability, which can make their behavior confusing and, at times, challenging. Often, the child's actions are misunderstood and, consequently, they are unfairly punished. An individualized approach to understanding a child's thought processes can help to resolve these problems. The authors' Systematic Tool for Analyzing Thinking (STAT) offers such an approach. It provides a step-by-step method for understanding a child's behavior by revealing the thought processes behind it. By viewing a situation from the child's perspective, the root of the problem can be identified and one can then effectively address the difficult behavior. Case studies are used to describe the twelve common deficit areas, demonstrating to the reader how to apply the STAT in everyday situations. This practical book is an invaluable resource for parents and professionals working with children with NLD, Asperger's, HFA, PDD-NOS, and other neurological differences.
Category: Psychology

Making Sense Of Children S Drawings

Author : Angela Anning
ISBN : 9780335224050
Genre : Education
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This book explores how young children learn to draw and draw to learn, at home and school. It provides support for practitioners in developing a pedagogy of drawing in Art and Design and across the curriculum and provide advice for parents about how to make sense of their childrenÂ’s drawings.
Category: Education

Child Sense

Author : William E. Homan
ISBN : OCLC:1070974005
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