Toddler Sense PDF ePub eBook

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Toddler Sense free pdf Toddlerhood is a time of tremendous growth and development. It is also a time of tantrums and conflict. Knowing what constitutes normal toddler behaviour will help you accept and respect this and go a long way towards effective, guilt-free and realistic parenting. Your toddler learns though his senses -- to guide him, you need to practise wisdom with sense. Now fully updated and expanded to include the latest relevant research, this ever popular follow up to Baby Sense tells you how to: Recognise and understand your toddler's unique sensory profile- Manage stimulation to avoid overload- Solve bedtime battles with age-appropriate sleep-training- Discipline with love and a sense of humour- Follow a sensible approach to toilet training- Monitor and encourage development- Feed your toddler and manage fussy eating in the toddler years- Recognise learning disorders for early intervention.

About Ann Richardson

Qualified nurse and midwife Ann Richardson, the sense-able baby and toddler expert, has worked in the midwifery and paediatric fields for 30 years. Most of this has been in private practice, after she introduced the first private well-baby clinics, now a well-known phenomenon at Doctors' rooms and pharmacies across the country. Passionate about her work and dedicated to ensuring that parents have the necessary knowledge to enjoy and rejoice in their children, she regularly lectures to both professionals and parents on various baby and childcare issues, in particular the effects of the sensory system on infant behaviour, and the management of sleeping disorders. Her specialisation is the treatment of "difficult babies and toddlers", in particular those with feeding and sleeping disorders. She is a regular contributor to nursing journals, internet sites, childcare publications, TV shows and magazines. Ann is married to Ken, and has 2 daughters, Ellen and Maeve, and lives and practices in Johannesburg. She also co-authored Baby Sense and Sleep Sense.

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Author : Ann Richardson
Publisher : Metz Press
Data Published : 02 September 2011
ISBN : 192047918X
EAN : 9781920479183
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 176 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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