Tag Archives: Behavior

Foundations of an Effective and Efficient Child Care Provider

In the recently concluded 8th Biennial Convention of the Philippine Society for Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, many ideas were conveyed with scientific and factual data. It has been an enriching 2-day event attended by Pediatricians, Therapists, Educators and Advocates. There … Continue reading

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Parent Seminar 1.0 Held at HCDC

Success! It is a word to describe our first SPEDition just in time for the celebration of National Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation (NDPR) Week 2015. Public SPED Teachers, parents, grandparents, guardians, friends, interns and students have attended the seminar entitled … Continue reading

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Homeostasis

BALANCE BETWEEN POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE REINFORCEMENT “Dolor complains that his son is way out of the line. She loses patience and applies corporal punishment. But, the behavior persists. She finds herself at the receiving end. Her son controls her.” There … Continue reading

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4O WAYS TO IMPROVE YOUR CHILD’S BEHAVIOR

4O WAYS TO IMPROVE YOUR CHILD’S BEHAVIOR BY: CAYETANO POLANCOS JR., MAED-SPED, PTRP The parent who has a child diagnosed with a developmental condition should undergo parenting classes. Traditional skills in child rearing may not always be applicable due to … Continue reading

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Pagpapaunlad Sa Kasanayan ng Bata ay Magsisimula sa Bahay

Pagpapaunlad sa Kasanayan ng Bata ay Magsisimula sa Bahay (Developing skills of a child begins at home)                                                                                                                         The SHAPINGPRO Family Education Guide         Ang pagkakaroon ng problema sa “development” ng inyong anak o kamag-anak ay kailangan tingnan … Continue reading

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