Parent Supports

Articles and Resources for Families

Free audio parenting courses from Our Lord’s Community Church:

Mike and Christy Adel present, “The Parenting Course.” Audio courses include: Basic Training, Giving Them Roots, Giving Them Wings, Winning Their Hearts, Discipline – among others. Visit following audio link

Time management:

10 Habits of highly successful families that get to school on time, Shared by Director Wyndi Bradley

How to support an older sibling(s) when a new baby is coming

Kid’s Health: Preparing your child for a new sibling

Mayo Clinic: New sibling – Preparing your older child

Focus on the Family: Preparing your child for a new baby

How to support a child after the arrival of a new baby brother or sister – helping them adjust to the transition and their new normal

Focus on the Family: Helping kids adjust to a new baby

How to discipline 2 year olds

Love and Logic: Helping aggressive toddlers and preschoolers before it is too late

Love and Logic: Addressing discipline in the early years

NAEYC: Positive Guidance Through the Ages (Infant – Preschool) 

NAEYC: Understanding and Responding to Children that Bite 

NAEYC- Positive Verbal Enviornment Setting the Stage for Young Children’s Social Development

NAEYC- Children that Have Serious Conflicts – Part 1: Reactive Aggression

King’s Gate’s Speech Pathologist, Kaylee Rollin’s Recommended Resource Links:

The American Speech Language Hearing Association has great information for parents on many communication related topics (www.asha.org)
The Stuttering Foundation has helpful information and resources for people of all ages who stutter: (www.stutteringhelp.org)
– The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Oklahoma Autism Network– local information, referral and training opportunities available at: (http://okautism.org/)
–  Autism Speaks – advocacy, education and resource information at: (www.autismspeaks.org)
Reading Rockets – Great source of information for all things related to literacy: (www.readingrockets.org)
LD Online – geared to teachers, but is a great resource of info related to struggling learners:(www.ldonline.org)

 

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