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Ten Useful Parenting Tips for New Parents0
Ten Useful Parenting Tips for New Parents
Published: September 22, 2016 | 2 minute read

Parenting Tips for New Parents Can Be Helpful Be professional. Mothering and fathering are the most important professions in the world. Don’t apologize, don’t compromise, and don’t be bullied into doing anything you do not understand or with which you do not agree. You know your own child better than anyone else. Parenting tips for new parents are great guidelines but you have to use your own judgment. Be organized.

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Down Syndrome Success Story: Daichi gets off to an Amazing Start0
Down Syndrome Success Story: Daichi gets off to an Amazing Start
Published: September 7, 2016 | 5 minute read

Down Syndrome Success Story Daichi gets off to an amazing start even though he has been diagnosed with Down Syndrome. While the pregnancy was uneventful, one day prior to Daichi’s due date, doctors found that the fetal heart rate had dropped. They immediately called for an emergency C-section to be performed. The baby was jaundiced and his oxygen level was low, so he was transferred to the NICU where he remained for 3 weeks.

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The Newborn: Let’s Mobilize Babies0
The Newborn: Let’s Mobilize Babies
Published: September 1, 2016 | 3 minute read

Newborn Mobility Most Important Factor in Early Development Without question, the single most important program for any one-day old baby is the Floor Program which promotes newborn mobility. It, more than anything else, determines whether a child will be physically excellent. During the How To Multiply Your Baby’s Intelligence course, great emphasis is placed on the Floor Program. Unfortunately, there is little time to go into how vital the Floor Program is to intellectual development as well.

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ADD and Developmental Delay: A Story of Success0
ADD and Developmental Delay: A Story of Success
Published: August 26, 2016 | 6 minute read

A Label of ADD & Developmental Delay is Overcome! Andres proves that the brain does grow by use and that a label of ADD doesn’t have to be devastating. Life was tough for baby Andres. **His parents sensed that something was ** very wrong, but doctors told them not to worry. When Andres was born, he was cyanotic and could not breathe. It had been a prolonged and difficult labor for mother, and he had no birth cry; doctors immediately had to revive him.

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AUTISM: A STORY OF HOPE0
AUTISM: A STORY OF HOPE
Published: August 12, 2016 | 5 minute read

ALEX GOES ALL THE WAY Life was difficult for baby Alex. Autism Signs in Alex As a baby, Alex cried constantly as he was too sensitive to sounds, water and foods. He was irritable and not a happy baby. 12 months of age, following an illness and a vaccination, Alex lost the speech he had started to develop, and his ability to eat solid foods. By 18 months of age, he was spending too much time engaged in repetitive actions like clapping and flapping his hands and he was diagnosed as autistic.

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