Feb 05 2018

Mand Training

Published by under Behavior,Chirldren

 

mom-giving-toddler-boy-toy       A mand is when a child makes a request for something. In behavioral terminology, a mand is a verbal response that is controlled by an establishing operation.

It is very important to note that mand training should be done across all environments, like home, school, community, etc. Mand training also should be done with all caregivers, such as moms, dads, teachers, grandparents, etc. Expectations should be consistent for the child. Continue Reading »

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Dec 05 2017

Mainstream Teachers Train to Educate Autistic Children

Published by under Autism

Childhood is a time of exploration that for some children and parents proves especially onerous. That’s most poignantly the case in families where a child has been diagnosed with Autism. The disorder renders especially difficult a child’s ability to communicate and to interact socially, which in turn brings forth significant social and educational challenges.

Before recent federal regulations were set in place, kids with Autism were taught in classrooms set apart from those designated for their non-Autistic peers. The new laws require that Autistic students be taught in regular classrooms as part of a school’s general population. It’s hoped that by being in regular classrooms children with the disorder will receive an education that’s equal to that obtained by their non-Autistic peers. Continue Reading »

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Nov 25 2017

Challenges of Adolescent Years 12-18

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As we already know, when young people move from childhood to adolescence, they start facing with difficult challenges. They all want to know who they are. They start asking themselves a lot of different questions including, “What am I going to do with my life?”These are years of transition and development. When a person is seeking to change, define, find, or discover their new self, they will with no questions asked will run into conflicts until they find their true selves. Continue Reading »

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Oct 29 2017

Suspect ADHD in Your Toddler? Proceed With Caution

Published by under ADHD,Chirldren

Finding out a child has Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) can be very stressful for parents. But not having the tools needed to cope with that child’s struggles will result in even greater stress as the child grows up. However, if you suspect you child may have ADHD, and he or she is still a toddler, proceed with caution. Growing toddlers are known for their hyperactive nature, and because impulsive and inattentive behavior is so commonly observed in them, diagnosing real cases of ADHD in those under six can be difficult. Child psychologists will tell you that certain ADHD behaviors in preschoolers are “developmentally appropriate” for given situations. Continue Reading »

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Oct 26 2017

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Bulimia

Published by under Behavior,Cognitive Development

Bulimia nervosa, non-purging bulimia, and binge-eating disorder are three inter-related medical conditions and they should not to be mistaken for being one and the same thing. Bulimia nervosa is an eating disorder that currently affects more women than men: for every ten women diagnosed, one man is. The condition is characterized by periods of marked overeating — binging — that are followed by some purging activity like regurgitation or the consumption of laxatives to rid the body of the excessively consumed food. Afterwards, those affected by the condition experience guilt or shame. Continue Reading »

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Oct 13 2017

Mutual Accountability Between Manager and Employee

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Article Courtesy of BestBusinesses.org.

Within business hierarchy, managers are those responsible for the performance of employees under their supervision. Maintaining the behavior and performance of employees up to par is a crucial part of an organization’s ability to meet its goals for output and profit. So how does a manager effectively harness the latent power and capabilities for optimal productivity found within workers?

For starters, managers must know when to intervene if worker performance falls below expectations. Continue Reading »

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Mar 19 2017

Giving Three-Year-Olds Choice and Praising Good Behavior

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Article Courtesy of Health Cyber.

Some say the Terrible Two’s are the most taxing time to be a toddler’s parent. But even one year later, the road of parenting can be rough, which is not to say that these wearying periods are completely bereft of wonderment or joy.

Parents, as it’s always been the case, must get their bearings together and tough it out; age three is when children are privy to key developmental lessons, and parental guidance is crucial. Helping them navigate this time with grace will be rewarding for the both of you. At three, kids gain a more concrete sense of their own individuality, and it’s also during this period that their curiosity about the world expands astronomically. They’ll be posing questions left and right. Continue Reading »

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Jan 25 2017

Urie Bronfenbrenner and his Theories

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urie-bronfenbrenner     Urie Bronfenbrenner (1917-2005) developed the ecological systems theory to  explain how everything in a child and the child’s environment affects how a child grows and develops.    

As we have learned from our text, according to Bronfenbrenner , environment and all the layers of it have a huge impact on a child’s development and the process. Child’s own biology is a primary environment fueling his or her development. While growing up and going process of the development, the child’s immediate family, community, environment, and the societal landscapes steers his/her development. However, we cannot just pay closer attention the child’s immediate family and forget about the interaction which the child is having of the larger environment as well. Continue Reading »

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Mar 10 2019

How to blow dry your hair at home

Published by under Beauty

You can accomplish a salon-worthy blow drying right at your home. This is a great alternative to going to the salon and spending a ludicrous amount on just a simple blow dry. You can follow the following simple steps to achieve a great looking blow dry, as suggested by Danie’s Beauty Salon:

First wash your hair and then towel dry it. Your hair should be about 85% dry before you start styling with your dryer. Apply a small amount of either coconut or argon oil to your hair. Carefully brush your hair using a wide toothed comb.

In the next step, start to part off your hair into several sections. Create a horizontal parting along the back of your hair and fasten the top section of hair out of the way. Dry the bottom layers first, so that all the hair is dried thoroughly. Before blow drying, apply a heat protection spray and use a nozzle attachment for your hair dryer.

Always use Velcro rollers, if you want to curl your hair. Separate your hair into different sections and place the roller at the roots underneath your hair. Give it a final spray and warm with a hairdryer at low setting, until you are justify with firm curls. Finally remove the rollers and shake your hair gently. Add a spritz of hair spray.

Finally, you are justify with a great looking blow dry, right at your home. If you still have questions, ask your hairdresser at the Beauty Salon in Glendale, CA, on how to blow-dry your hair in the best possible way.

 

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Feb 13 2019

How to Keep Your Contact Lenses Safe and Clean

Published by under Health

Summary: Protecting your contact lenses should always be a priority. Poor cleaning practices could leave you with a potential infection.

When you first purchase contact lenses, your optometrist should emphasize good hygiene practices and cleaning techniques. This involves using a multitude of solutions and washing your hands before every use. Because these lenses are considered medical devices and sit flush in your eye, you should always treat them with care and follow your eye doctor’s instructions.

Never Use Tap Water to Clean Your Contacts

Tap water should never be substituted for contact cleaning solution. Because tap water contains bacteria and particles that could potentially cause an infection, you should only clean your contacts with a recommended solution that is designed specifically for contact lenses.

Because these contact solutions are precision engineered for your contact lenses, like the Dailies Total1 for example, you should always be wary of what you’re using so you can maximize the shelf life of your contacts and get maximum comfort whenever you use it.

Regularly Clean Your Contact Lens Case

Another home to bacteria and grime is the inside of your contact lens case. Many people tend to forget to clean their lens case, causing a buildup of dust and particles that can cause an infection to your eyes. And, if you’re leaving them in their case overnight, they’re swimming around in all the bacteria buildup, increasing the changes that you’ll contract something.

If you’re unsure about your daily routine, it’s important to contact your optometrist to discuss what you need to do to keep your eyes safe from harm. Remember, different contact lens types that you purchase from Lens.com for example, require different cleaning techniques and maintenance. Certain solutions that you would normally use on your hard lenses should not be used on your soft lenses.

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Feb 06 2019

How to Minimize Hair Loss and Damage during Menopause

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Close up of hairdresser arms cutting and combing male hair

At menopause, the production of estrogen and progesterone hormones declines. The sudden hormonal changes often lead to hair loss, thinning, and breakages. On average, we lose around 150 hairs daily to facilitate new hair growth. At menopause, hair breakages occur somewhere along the strands leading to thinner hair.

Other factors are known to affect hair loss at menopause. Such include high-stress levels, nutrient deficient diet or a genetic condition.

Use these tips from Danie’s Beauty Salon to minimize hair breakages, thinning and loss at menopause.

Eat Healthy Foods

Eat a balanced diet that’s full of minerals, vitamins and low in saturated fats.

Eat plenty of these to encourage healthy hair growth.

Amino and omega three fatty acids: Present in seeds, beans, nuts, soy products, poultry, and other meats.

Proteins and Iron: present in whole grains, chicken, eggs, lentils, red meat, kale, cheese, yogurt and spinach.

Vitamin A and C: present in carrots and dark green vegetables.

Also, eat lots of fruits.

Eat Mineral Supplements

No matter how you try, you’ll never get all the vitamins and minerals from the food you eat. Use mineral supplements to get any nutrient you didn’t get from your meal.

Herbal supplements like green tea help reduce the loss of hair. Biotin, zinc and flax oil helps stimulate hair growth.

Exercise Regularly

Exercises help keep your moods, weight, and sleep in check. All these help in attaining a hormonal balance effectively promoting hair growth. The good thing, you can exercise with your friend or spouse.

For more details or if some of this is confusing, just ask your hairdresser the next time you visit a Beauty Salon in Glendale, CA.

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Feb 07 2018

Top Common Cosmetic Surgery Complications

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Article by Dr. Jan Zemplenyi

Some medical operations are strongly suggested by doctors because they feel the surgeries could help your health and increase your quality of life. If you decide not to have the operations, your conditions may worsen and ultimately become life-threatening.

There are other surgeries, however, that are not as crucial and are mainly done for aesthetic purposes. Cosmetic surgeries can be performed on a number of body parts and can involve all sorts of alterations. Changing the nose or shape of your nose, cheeks, and breasts are quite common. Nowadays, cosmetic surgeries are quite safe but that does not mean that you should not be aware of the various complications that could come. No surgery is 100% safe but some are close. Below are some of the most common cosmetic surgery complications.

Scarring

Perhaps one of the most common complications from any type of surgery is scarring. Since surgeons will need to cut into the skin to make alterations, whether that be adding, removing, or reshaping, there is a possibility that patients could be left with marks where incisions were made. Since cosmetic surgeries usually performed to enhance one’s appearance, these unwanted marks may cause discomfort. Talk to your surgeon to learn about how he or she will prevent scarring and what steps can be taken to reduce the appearance of them if they were to show.

Infections

Surgeons usually take certain steps to make sure their patients heal properly after a surgery. That being said, there is still a possibility that you can get infected after following the postoperative steps. Some infections can be internal and tough to spot, which is why you should schedule checkups to pay close attention to how your body is recovering.

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