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Help for parents of kids addicted to social media and phones - NEWS.com.au

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Help for parents of kids addicted to social media and phones
NEWS.com.au
SOUTH Australian mums and dads are increasingly turning to parental-control tools in a desperate bid to manage their children's online and social media activity and protect them from online predators. ... not new, the surge in uptake of this type of ...

Engage with your hearing impaired child - The Star Online

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Engage with your hearing impaired child
The Star Online
When your child comes to you with a problem, think before you react. Try to put yourself in your child's shoes and step away from being the parents. An 'implanted' child might feel different from his normal hearing friends. Tell him that the hearing ...

Google's New Parental Control App Has a Flaw: Puberty - New York Times

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Google's New Parental Control App Has a Flaw: Puberty
New York Times
The only consensus among parents about the right age for a child to have unfettered access to a smartphone is that there is no magic number. But if you sign up for Family Link, which is Google's new parental controls software for managing children's ...

Schools Are Missing What Matters About Learning - The Atlantic

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Schools Are Missing What Matters About Learning
The Atlantic
Much to the researchers' delight, the results confirmed their expectations. Their “profoundly gifted children” indeed grew up to be an impressive group. The majority completed doctoral degrees from some of the best universities in the world (which ...

Helicopter or lawnmower? Modern parenting styles can get in the way of raising well-balanced children - The Independent

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Helicopter or lawnmower? Modern parenting styles can get in the way of raising well-balanced children
The Independent
Helicopter parents, as the name suggests, spend a lot of time hovering. They always stay close to their children, ready to swoop in and direct, help or protect (usually before it is needed). Lawnmower parents are one step ahead of their children ...

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Executive Functioning and ADHD: What Parents Should Know - U.S. News & World Report

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Executive Functioning and ADHD: What Parents Should Know
U.S. News & World Report
In short, executive functioning has to do with the ability to plan, organize and execute daily tasks, says Dr. Marilyn Griffin, assistant professor of clinical psychiatry and medical director of the Comprehensive ADHD Clinic in the University of ...

Is my teen with ADHD ready to drive? - Philly.com

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Is my teen with ADHD ready to drive?
Philly.com
For most teens, obtaining a driver license remains an important goal. Parents ask me how they should approach this when their teen has attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. Parents correctly recognize that characteristics of ADHD – inattention ...

Schools Doing Away with Homework Brings Up the Age-Old Debate on Its Pros And Cons - Education World

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Schools Doing Away with Homework Brings Up the Age-Old Debate on Its Pros And Cons
Education World
Ask just about any student if homework should be eliminated and you're likely to get a resounding “yes!” Ask a teacher or parent though, and the results are going to vary -- often significantly. With the summer winding down and the “back-to-school ...

Begin teaching kids money management skills early - Tribune-Review

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Begin teaching kids money management skills early
Tribune-Review
But many U.S. teens aren't being taught these skills, according to a report released last month by the Programme for International Student Assessment. The organization, which evaluated financial literacy among thousands of 15-year-olds in 14 countries, ...

Why People With Autism Avoid Eye Contact | Health Care | US News - U.S. News & World Report

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Why People With Autism Avoid Eye Contact | Health Care | US News
U.S. News & World Report
FRIDAY, June 30, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- If you know someone with autism, you've probably noticed that they rarely look people in the eye. Now, new ...

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