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Erin Royer, LA's go-to expert on all things parenting and child development for today’s common challenges, covers way more than just discipline. She dives into topics such as self-esteem, development and health, modern parenting issues and even education. Erin is not just knowledgeable but also relatable, warm, and sometimes even funny. https://www.yourvillageonline.com
 
Not Just Cute, the Podcast is like listening to a conversation with your nerdy best friend. Who happens to be obsessed with child development. Each episode covers a different topic related to parenting, early childhood education, and healthy, whole child development in order to support teachers and parents in serving young children.
 
This podcast contains information regarding Sensory Processing and other discussions about Child Development in general, as well as, for Children with Special Needs. Information about Developmental Milestones, Sensory Processing, and other general information about Child Development will be included in these shows. Sensory Processing in Children with Special Needs and Child Development
 
At The House of Kids Development, We offer holistic programs and lectures and use incorporated cognitive therapies.This podcast covers a wide range of parenting issues that serve to help parents achieve better balance. Focusing on kids, parents, and the relationship between parents, the house of child development touches on all aspects of family life with a child with special needs. The podcast host delivers episodes on matters regarding children of all ages and welcomes guests, experts, and ...
 
Brainy Moms is a psychology and parenting podcast with smart ideas to help moms and kids thrive! Hosted by cognitive psychologist Dr. Amy Moore (a mom of 3) and child development researcher Teri Miller, MS Psy (a mom of 9), this weekly show features conversations and guest experts in parenting, psychology, child development, and education with practical tips to help moms navigate the ups and downs of parenthood.
 
Healthy development in the early years provides the building blocks for educational achievement, economic productivity, responsible citizenship, strong communities, and successful parenting of the next generation. By improving children’s environments, relationships, and experiences early in life, society can address many costly problems, including incarceration, homelessness, and the failure to complete high school. But if you’re a parent, caregiver, teacher, or someone who works with childr ...
 
READ, the Research Education ADvocacy Podcast, connects you with prominent researchers, thought leaders, and educators who share their work, insights, and expertise about current research and best practices in fields of education and child development. It is produced by The Windward School and The Windward Institute. Learn more at www.thewindwardschool.org and www.thewindwardschool.org/wi. Visit READ's home at www.readpodcast.org
 
"Connecting the Autism Community One Podcast at a Time" Our podcast offers a friendly conversation with inspiring individuals in the autism community. Our aim is to provide valuable insights and information as well as access to support in communities throughout the United States. Join us! Know an inspiring group or individual we should talk to? We would love to hear from you at allautismtalk@learnbehavioral.com
 
Join clinical psychologist and mom of three Dr. Becky Kennedy on her weekly podcast, as she takes on tough parenting questions and delivers actionable guidance—all in short episodes, because we know time is hard to find as a parent. Her breakthrough approach has enabled thousands of people to get more comfortable in discomfort, make repairs after mistakes, and always see the good inside. You'll gain the tools to embody your authority while developing a stronger parent-child connection, helpi ...
 
HEALTHY FAMILY CONNECTIONS addresses the many dilemmas facing parents, couples and kids, offering out of the box solutions that empower listeners to confidently meet their parenting challenges. Being a family in our era is challenging under the best of circumstances. Parents contend with a culture in transition and competing ideas for parenting. Neil Brown, author of parenting hit “Ending the Parent-Teen Control Battle,” is a master family therapist with a talent for providing clarity amidst ...
 
First Breaths to First Steps is a podcast for new parents in need of reliable answers to their baby questions! It is hosted by Bev Garrison, a 25-year veteran in pediatric healthcare, who shares not only her clinical expertise but practical recommendations straight from her first-hand experience as a mother of three. Bev has been working with families like yours for more than two decades and is here to provide you with the guidance you need to raise a healthy baby while experiencing the joy ...
 
WHY UX? is a podcast about the everyday heroes of UX design. We'll be talking to the women and men doing the work. We'll be covering their past, how did they find their path to UX design? Their present, what do they do on a daily basis? Their future, what are they expecting UX to look like in the future and what will it mean to them? The podcast interviewees will nominate who we'll be interviewing next, so we expect it to be some interesting people with vastly different backgrounds. One of t ...
 
Kids stories help to develop a child’s imagination by introducing new ideas into their world, encouraging them and making them realise that they can, and should imagine anything they want.Join footri stories by Santhosh Joseph and delve into fascinating world of kids stories where happiness comes along with learnings.
 
Welcome to Upbringing. We’re Hannah and Kelty - twins, mothers and works-in-progress. Upbringing is a movement that empowers parents to grow up alongside their kids for sanity and social change. Through this podcast, speaking and coaching, we focus on our personal work as parents- the awareness, mindset and approach needed to raise amazing kids while ALSO getting shit done. Join us to radically redefine kids’ resistance as a magical opportunity to nurture skills and values like consent, non- ...
 
At the heart of what we do is an unwavering belief that growth is possible in the life of individuals with autism. This foundational belief comes from the latest autism research and our experience with thousands of cases where the child’s growth-seeking drive has been activated, making a way for the crucial parent-child Guiding Relationship to form and for Dynamic Intelligence to develop.
 
Welcome to OT.MOMMAS.LIFE. Hosted by two friends who are licensed and registered occupational therapists and mommas. We share our combined knowledge, experience, and real life situations of being occupational therapists and full time working moms. Our podcast is designed to take you along our journey into becoming occupational therapists, and sharing our combined 22 years of experiences. There will be tools, tips, and research for all levels of listeners. We’re also excited to share tips for ...
 
Kids AtoZ strives to endow parents with knowledge and skills to empower children to thrive. We share information professionals wish parents knew about child development.Dr. Teresa and guests address the five areas of human development including physical, intellectual, social-emotional, emotional, and moral in children birth to five years. Dr. Teresa is a child development specialist and speech-language pathologist. She is the former Director of the Smadbeck Communication & Learning Center an ...
 
Ten years old -- already a decade of life! Engaging and connecting with your ten-year-old now will make a huge difference in how well they are able to navigate the next decade of their life. Children are more likely to learn how to manage their own behaviors, solve problems, and make responsible decisions when they are intentionally engaged. Now is the right time for parents and those in a parenting role to support their child in growing confidence, respect, and the ability to make healthy c ...
 
Join host and a First Things First Champion for Young Children recipient, Marissa Calderón as she captures the journey of educators and advocates alike by highlighting their work through interviews and candid conversations, including best practices in the early education field. A practical listen and brain nugget for the early education practitioner, child advocate, parent and community alike. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
In the complex world of education, the Harvard EdCast keeps the focus simple: what makes a difference for learners, educators, parents, and our communities. The EdCast is a weekly podcast about the ideas that shape education, from early learning through college and career. We talk to teachers, researchers, policymakers, and leaders of schools and systems in the US and around the world — looking for positive approaches to the challenges and inequities in education. Through authentic conversat ...
 
Want to see your children reach their full potential, in all areas of their lives? Tim Dansie, a registered teacher and psychologist who is sought-after by both parents and educators alike, reveals what it takes to set your child up for success. Tim shares insights from his decades of experience working with children from all backgrounds with all kinds of personalities. He also shares real stories that you can learn from. Each episode is easy to understand with practical tips that you can ap ...
 
Family Confidential: Secrets of Successful Parenting is a biweekly podcast that focuses on 21st century parenting challenges and solutions. Hosted by Annie Fox and produced by Electric Eggplant, Family Confidential brings you practical parenting advice through in-depth conversations with authors, educators and therapists. If you're a parent of a tween or teen, this series is for you. In fact, you can become part of the series by sending in your parenting questions and getting direct answers. ...
 
This podcast offers new perspectives and approaches to parenting young children that embrace wholesome ways of living and cultivates mindfulness and presence. Join us on this journey as we explore what it means to nurture young children out of reverence, respect, awe and wonder, joy, warmth, unconditional love, and our essential work on inner development.
 
This podcast is for anyone who is interested in child and adolescent development. Each week, a child/adolescent psychologist and a long-time teacher discuss an aspect of child or adolescent behavior, emotional, social, or cognitive development. Examples of how the concepts work are described in layman's terms and practical explanations are provided. Specific strategies are suggested to be used to help children and adolescents to manage their lives better. Please join us as we tell stories, e ...
 
Join two moms weekly for funny stories, inspirational quotes and useful mom hacks to help all moms successfully conquer motherhood! Co-hosts Tessie and Deana are two dynamic stay at home moms (SAHMs) sharing their experiences in motherhood, parenting, relationships, raising children, and surviving busy lives with a little help from laughter, coffee and cuddles.
 
Tara Hunkin is a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, Certified GAPS Practitioner, mother and founder of My Child Will Thrive a resource that shares with you the latest science, tips, resources and tools to help you on the path to recovery for your child with ADHD, autism, sensory processing disorder, or learning disabilities. Tara's own experiences with her daughter -- combined with as much training she can get her hands on, research she can dig into, and conferences she can attend -- have hel ...
 
Navigating the world of special education, communication delays and learning differences can be a challenge. Tune in twice a month to hear Stephanie Landis and Meredith Krimmel, two speech-language pathologists at The Parish School in Houston, Texas interview guests from parents to industry professionals with the goal of providing guidance, insight and hope to those touched by children who are differently wired. Each episode will cover a different topic related to education or child developm ...
 
On Queen Raffy's Space, whenever you click on PLAY, You Learn, You Laugh, and You Grow...This is exactly where you need to be because with over 5 different segments covering Motivation, Books, Fun Facts, Travel, Tips and Tricks, Poems, Interviews, Bants, and Random Thoughts. You will never be Bored...So Click on PLAY and ENJOY. For Comments, Suggestions, and Feedbacks, Just send an email to queenraffyspacepodcast@gmail.com OR Check out our Instagram handle: instagram.com/queenraffyspacepodcast
 
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Whether it’s nap time in the afternoon or bedtime at night, getting your child to sleep at any age can be a challenge. Today, we continue in our series of conversations that focus on the foundation of a Waldorf-inspired home life with Meagan Rose Wilson . Listen to learn about the importance of establishing a rhythm or routine with your children, e…
 
You may be familiar with Sally Haughey’s amazing work through Fairy Dust Teaching, a site committed to respecting the whole child, community, play, and education as a living, breathing art form. She began the site in 2010, as a place to collect and share her own thoughts as an early childhood educator. In the eleven years since then, it has grown i…
 
The Umwelt evaluates a child's unique way of organizing and coping with objects and people in his/her immediate surroundings. In doing so, it provides information as to the relative emphasis the child places on things as opposed to people. It also assesses the extent to which the child is able to communicate with others about things in his/her imme…
 
May is Mental Health Awareness Month! Today we’re joined by Megan Vincent, Senior Director HR Ops, Cynthia Gallardo, Program Quality Manager, and Sarah Richie, Program Coach. We dive into topics surrounding self-care in the Field of Education, especially during these challenging times. We navigate behavioral challenges in children, how we can be mo…
 
“Adults are just outdated children.” — Dr. Seuss. May 27th every year has been set in Nigeria as Children's Day and So for the first episode of fun facts Friday, I bring you some cool and educative facts about a child's development that you will enjoy. Do Listen in and share with parents that you know.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/…
 
In this episode, Neil responds to a mom struggling with what to do about her 18 year-old son, whose girlfriend spends the night. The problem is that they make noise during sex and it’s bothering others. Neil helps this Mom realize that her model of parenting will not be effective to deal with this problem or many others. Neil shows how therapy can …
 
This episode contains a spoken-word piece originally written by me as inspired by the mental health awareness that was carried throughout the month of May by different organizations and individuals and I hope that you enjoy listening to it and if you are struggling to hold it together and you feel like you need help; you can reach out to these orga…
 
Susie loved collecting little treasures all summer long. Everywhere she went she found lovely treasures to collect and bring home. One thing kept happening and that was she sometimes would loose a treasure and this made her very sad. One day Susie’s mama came up with a wonderful plan to keep all her treasures safe. Ages 2.5 to 7 About the author Rh…
 
Raising a strong-willed child can feel like you're constantly locked in a power struggle. The same goes for parenting when your partner differs in approach. But here's something to consider in any relationship: When we prioritize connection over being right, we can begin to work together against a problem... instead of seeing each other as the prob…
 
In this episode of the Brainy Moms parenting podcast, Dr. Amy Moore and Teri Miller interview Kim Hanson, the CEO of LearningRx and BrainRx --the largest network of cognitive training centers in the world. Kim shares 10 tips for moms, all focused on raising our kids as good humans. These tips are based on life lessons she learned from her parents, …
 
Dr. Mansoor is the President and CSO of The DNA Company, a leading and innovative provider of comprehensive Functional Genomics testing, consulting, and personalized health solutions. Dr. Mansoor is widely regarded as a pioneer in medical genomics and has been the recipient of multiple academic and industry awards. He is the holder of several paten…
 
Our Right From The Start online course doors open TODAY! We loved sitting down with Jen Lumanlan of Your Parenting Mojo and chatting all things babies and new parenthood, whether it’s your first or fifth child! Our Right From The Start video course and community will bring you both the reassurance AND information you need in your baby’s first year …
 
Welcome back to our LIVE Q&A SERIES on the podcast where we use the audio from our weekly Instagram LIVE videos. A few of the topics we cover this episode: - SPIRITED KIDS CLUB - 3 SPOTS LEFT IN JULY! - Parent struggling with time-outs and consequences - Kid won't go outside, struggling with transitions leaving the house - The incredible power of t…
 
My advice to RDI® parents is to make sure you and your consultant are asking, “How does everybody get on the same page and how do you come together as a family?” Not an autism family, but how do you come together as a family? Because you are going to deal with autism but you know you’re going to deal with a lot of other things too and as parents, y…
 
A mom has been diligently working with her almost 3 year old on his social skills for play date interactions. Yet her son is still struggling with some aggressive reactions when things don't go his way. With some great information and descriptions, Erin covers this topic and then finds some simple tweaks this mom can make to really turn these inter…
 
Gospel Identity Catechism for Teenagers: Who does the Spirit say you are? One who is washed and clean Who does Jesus say you are? One who is forgiven and righteous Who does the Father say you are? One who is an adopted child of God Who are you? A sinner saved by grace More Rooted Articles: Let Them See You Sweat: Humbling Yourself in Front of Your …
 
In today’s episode, we continue our series with Meagan Rose Wilson, a parent educator, author, and mother of four. Meagan has supported hundreds of parents to create a strong family rhythm unique to their own values and culture and, today, she applies her expertise to the subject of mealtimes. We discuss how to make mealtimes calmer and how to inst…
 
In this Episode of the Milestones Podcast, Meera Raval, MA, CCC-SLP, BCTS, ACAS, Owner and Speech-Language Pathologist of Super Speech Solutions, LLC/ Board Certified Telepractice Specialist / Advanced Certified Autism Specialist, joins me in a discussion about speech and language with the pediatric population. Amazon Affiliate Link Pinterest Link …
 
In this episode, Neil responds to a Mom whose young adult son threatens suicide when she talks with him about getting a job or growing up. He has bipolar disorder, is “in treatment” and isn’t showing any bipolar symptoms . She says it feels like she’s living with a terrorist. Neil shows Mom how to not allow herself to be held hostage, take her son’…
 
The devastating toll of the pandemic has underscored the critical importance of connecting what science is telling us to the lived experiences of people and communities. In March of 2020, we recorded episodes exploring the impact the coronavirus pandemic could have on child development. Now, a year later, we wanted to continue these conversations a…
 
Welcome to our first "aftershow" chat in the Brainy Moms Unplugged series! In this bonus episode, Dr. Amy and Teri reflect on their interview with Dr. Pooneh Roney and their discussion about fostering academic perseverance and self-efficacy and motivation. They share personal stories of their own children's struggles in this area and pose some thou…
 
By 11 months, they can crawl up a few steps on all fours and then shimmy their body down the stairs by moving backward. Between 17-20 months, toddlers slowly walk up stairs with support and lead with the same foot. Around 22 months, toddlerscan walk up and down stairs, leading with one foot and using a handrail. In this video we are going to learn …
 
Heartbeat by Mifa Adejumo is an Authentic fictional fantasy story and in this episode, I talk about how I felt reading it, and while you should pick u a copy too! "Heartbeat" is now available on Amazon for international readers.Please click on the link here to get it on AmazonAlso, it is available here on Book Peddler NGYou can also get a copy on R…
 
One of the best things we can do as parents is recognize the traits we need to repair in ourselves, so we don't unintentionally pass them on to our kids. If you grew up defining who you are based on other people's reactions, it can be hard to tune in to your own wants and needs. But it's never too late to change these patterns. In this episode, Dr.…
 
In this episode of the Brainy Moms podcast, Dr. Amy Moore and Teri Miller interview the dynamic Dr. Pooneh Roney about her research on academic perseverance and motivation with kids. Dr. Roney shares what traits are the biggest predictors of perseverance and school performance and then gives moms tips on how to teach kids to not give up. She talks …
 
Have you heard of the ‘nicotine hypothesis’? That’s the idea put forward by supposed scientific studies that somehow nicotine helped protect people from severe Covid-19 disease. Michael Blaha, a cardiologist at Johns Hopkins and tobacco cessation advocate, says there’s no evidence nicotine is beneficial. Blaha: I think we have pretty solid evidence…
 
What helps people be less susceptible to Covid-19 infection and severe illness? Several recently published scientific papers appear to support the so-called ‘nicotine hypothesis,’ suggesting that nicotine may be beneficial. Micheal Blaha, a cardiologist at Johns Hopkins and tobacco cessation advocate, says this is part of a trend. Blaha: There’s no…
 
Welcome back to our LIVE Q&A SERIES on the podcast where we use the audio from our weekly Instagram LIVE videos. A few of the topics we cover this episode: - Unconscious beliefs that limit our ability to support our kids - Kid saying their parent "sucks balls" when they don't get their way - 5 and 6yo constantly bickering + fighting - Our job in th…
 
A mom wants to know how to handle it when her 3 year old responds aggressively towards his toddler younger brother without making the attention to the unwanted behavior feel like it's rewarding the behavior. Erin discusses this common toddler challenge but also brings in some new information and perspective on this common issue, in a way she hasn't…
 
Matis Miller is the author of the new book, The Uncontrollable Child. He’s a licensed clinical social worker and therapist and the founder, director, and supervisor of The Center for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy of New Jersey. Certified in both cognitive and dialectical behavior therapies, Matis brings a unique perspective on the balance point betw…
 
The devastating toll of the pandemic has underscored the critical importance of connecting what science is telling us to the lived experiences of people and communities. In March of 2020, we recorded episodes exploring the impact the coronavirus pandemic could have on child development. Now, a year later, we wanted to continue these conversations a…
 
Rhythm and routine aren’t quite the same thing. Both can be valuable to your home life, but rhythm offers a flexibility and a flow which routine does not. Our guest today, Meagan Rose Wilson, is Waldorf trained and an expert on all things rhythm. She joins us on the show to share her thoughts about why establishing daily, weekly and seasonal rhythm…
 
There's no "appropriate age" to start talking about sensitive topics, like sex or private parts, with kids. When a child asks a question, it means they're ready for a (developmentally appropriate) answer. Of course, while many of us want to talk openly with our kids, few of us had honest conversations about these topics when we were younger. It's n…
 
In this episode of the Brainy Moms podcast, Dr. Amy and Teri interview Laura Coe, the Founder and CEO of Snapology, a STEM/STEAM enrichment program for kids. Laura shares the importance of hands-on learning experiences for children, particularly those that include exposure to science, technology, engineering, art, and math. She discusses the benefi…
 
Beth O’Hara is a Functional Naturopath, specializing in complex chronic health conditions related to Mast Cell Activation Syndrome and Histamine Intolerance, including Autism Spectrum Disorders, ADD/ADHD, Sensory Processing Disorders, Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue, Mold Toxicity, and Chemical Sensitivities. She is the founder and owner of Mast Cell…
 
In this Episode of the Milestones Podcast, I discuss the top 5 things I look for when doing a new Occupational Therapy evaluation with an infant or toddler in the Early Intervention program setting. Amazon Affiliate Link Pinterest Link Email: allison@mymidwesttherapy.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com Patreon: https://www.patreon.com Milestones…
 
Thanks for such a great LIVE Q&A! Grab a spot in our Spirited Kids Club for the month of JULY! BOOK 4 SMALL GROUP COACHING CALLS NOW >> Join the club for a weekly conversation with us (and seven other parents of spirited kids!) to realign your personal values with your daily parenting practices when it comes to supporting your kid’s big feelings + …
 
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