“YOUR FATHER SAID” – PROCESS FATHERING
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Robert J. Doman Jr. Minute for minute, the single strongest influence on a child’s development is that of his or her father. Whether that influence be positive or negative, constructive or destructive, helpful or unhelpful, is largely determined by the father’s knowledge, awareness, and true involvement. Through my work with children and families, the status of fathers has been spelled … Read More

PARENTS ARE THE SOLUTION!
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Lynda W. Bates When NACD parents become actively involved in their child’s developmental process they discover two scarcely known truths, truths which many parents and professionals have yet to realize. First of all, parents discover that direct involvement with their child strengthens the parent-child relationship like few things can. Involvement, for NACD parents, means consistently carrying out the child’s individualized … Read More

LEARNING PROBLEMS AND ATTENTION DEFICITS
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Robert J. Doman Jr. Each year, more and more children are being identified as having a problem that affects their ability to learn and pay attention. The first phase of a parent’s exposure to their child’s “problem” generally begins with school reports. “He’s not learning math facts.” “She doesn’t know her sounds.” “Your child cannot sit still.” “She doesn’t pay … Read More

Child Management
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Robert J. Doman Jr. Children often don’t behave as parents would like. Most parents suspect that if they reacted differently toward their children, their behavior would improve, but parents don’t know where to start. The first step is to identify the factors causing the problems. There are three major causes of behavior problems to watch for and eliminate: A negative … Read More

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