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When a child is diagnosed with Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip (DDH) parents experience a range of emotions and responses. They want to understand not only the condition, but also what the future holds for their child. This comprehensive book covers everything you need to know about DDH, from symptoms and explanations of the condition to details of the treatments involved. It also looks at what life is like when your child is in a cast as well as the emotional side of DDH, an area that is often overlooked. Natalie Trice, whose son was born with DDH, wrote Cast Life specifically for other parents as she knows only too well the questions that run through your mind when a diagnosis is made. This essential book doesn't bombard you with medical jargon, but equips you with the knowledge and facts you need to understand and get to grips with DDH. With comments from other parents and case studies, plus expert advice, Cast Life is a must have book for anyone dealing with DDH. The author, Natalie Trice, regularly writes about DDH, parenting and lifestyle issues for various publications, websites and on her blog, www.justbecauseilove.co.uk. She lives in the UK with her husband and two young sons, Eddie and Lucas. Lucas inspired this book and is still on his DDH journey. Part of the royalties from the sale of the book are donated to Spica Warrior (www.spicawarrior.org), a UK based charity raising awareness of DDH.
****The Parents Guide To The Art of Negotiation has been written by a parent for parents****
The Good Dad Guide was written by Jock McMillan, father of five sons and for the last 40 years, a practising criminal lawyer in the UK. He was struck by the ease with which his sons have taken to parenting and the contrast with those clients who had not had the role models they deserve.This short book, designed to be read in under an hour, is the distillation of his thoughts on how to be a good father by starting with the basics of love and consistancy and his view that even if you missed out on it from your own parents, it is not too late to give it to your kids to pass on to the next generation. In the words of the eminent childcare expert Madge Bray in the book's foreward " Jock McMillan's no nonsense - How to love your kids to the moon and back in ten easy lessons - is a treasure trove of the nuts and bolts of parental love and how to do it, not to mention a blueprint for a much better society for all our kids".
Challenging times require inspiration, encouragement and confidence to produce positive results. Parents today need this reassurance more than ever!
If children are to compete in a global world, we must first teach parents winning strategies and skills that work ! Successful parenting is a journey that begins in pre-school and continues throughout the child's school experiences.
Parenting is very much like team sports. It requires teamwork, organization, active participation and a goal line mentality of not giving up. Above all, every successful team needs a coach or parent who will lead with confidence, character and integrity.
Champion Parenting will encourage you with strategies to follow, goals to set, perimeters to keep, and an open mind to change as essential steps in reaching the goal line for your parenting success.
Now is the time to be inspired and help your child succeed in school and in life through confident parenting!
"The Layman's Guide to The Glycemic Index Diet" helps the reader to get a more than basic understanding of what it takes to learn how to eat the right combination of foods to remain in optimal health and not to consume too many carbohydrates or increase the levels of blood sugar. There are quite a number of diets out there that are gaining popularity with what they are purported to do. What ends up happening however, is that after a while the individual that opts to do one of those fad diets finds out that the diet is only a temporary fix to the problem that they have. The one thing that has worked consistently is to learn how to modify the diet and have the right combinations of foods at each meal. This will help keep the carbohydrates consumed in check and the sugars as well. That is what the Glycemic diet is all about; learning control by watching the numbers.
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