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I need ideas for an activities schedule for my babysitting kids. You know how, Supernanny does the whole scheduling thing. I would like to have a routine for the girls (a 10 month old and a 3 year old), so they spend less time watching tv. I get to their house at 7 am and leave at 5:30 pm. They have a pool, but get bored there easily. Thanks in advance.
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First of all, as a mother of three, a ten month old rules his/her schedule. You really need to base you day around the baby, because a fussy baby is not a happy baby. Here's a little schedule we go by in my home. I have a nine month old, and two older boys.
After breakfast, maybe going for a nice walk or even to the park. Bring along a healthy snack for the kids, and have fun pushing them on the swing. Maybe a little reading after the park. Kids love to cuddle to a good story. After lunch is probably nap time, maybe even for both of the children. If the older child does not nap, maybe playing board games, or doing some arts and crafts with her. That way she doesn't feel left out, because the baby does take alot of attention. After nap is snack time again. Remember, kids need snack in between meals. Have your three year old help with snack. This makes her feel important. Give the baby some toys to play with in his high chair while you prepare the snacks. And sit at the table and have snack with them. If it's nice out, head for the pool. There are lots of pool toys out there, and join in on the fun. Squirt guns are fun, also. On days you need to stay inside? Pillow fights, and playing house. Get on their level and have fun!! I would also suggest no more than an hour of t.v. Noggin and PBS are great channels for children to watch. Good luck and have fun!


What are some good activities to do to gain self discipline?


Is yoga one of them?
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yoga is a way to gain self discipline in a sense, but it's mostly a way to gain peacefulness within yourself and a sense of relaxation.

you should take it though because once you develop the new attitude yoga can give you then i believe self disciple will follow right along.

and a plus is that it makes you very flexible.
which is cool.

flexibility is cool.


What are the current activities and interests that bring psychopathology and neurology into one discipline?


Through a better developed understanding of psychopathology we can create therapeutic models that would inevitably provide better treatments for people with mental illness.  The question, has a bias towards neurological conditions, on this occasion, because of the emphasis of merging psychopathology and neurology together as one discipline or to develop upon the theme being a contribution to learning. But inevitably the bias is upon people with neurological conditions of whom  have or are recovering from mental illness.
To clarify, at this time the closest example of a relevant discipline would be neuropsychology or neuropsychiatry, since people with neurological difficulties can develop psychological or mental health problems, but the question, however, refers instead to psychopathology and neurology with an original contribution to learning.
Hence, 'within an original contribution to learning' is referring to new practice from new developments that would mean applying knowledge to this vulnerable group of people who have or are recovering from mental illness, but have been diagnosed with a neurological condition.
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I don't know that there are any activities or interests that are bringing either of these two diciplines together into one practice. 
You say "We can create theraputic modals..." You obviously have the knowledge so what is to stop you creating a model yourself and present the aforesaid model to someone who knows how to get such models into practice. Neuology is obviously a disipline in the neurological hospitals such as The Montreal Neurological Institute, but I don't think there is a discipline of psychopathology in a hospital setting, not yet anyway. Maybe you could bring it about.
Have a good day and try to think about somthing less intense on a Sunday morning.


What are ways to curb the behavioral problems in children with adhd without medications?


My son was seen by specialist and does not complete all the symptoms of adhd. He has only half, but this does not make dealing with his oppositional behaviors everyday any less difficult. He undergoes occupational therapy and sees a child psychiatrist as well as a develomental pediatrician. I would like to try other non medical intervention like maybe discipline/ control techniques we can do at home. I have heard of things like the Tomatis method. Has anyone heard of any other thing I can do besides medication. My son is very difficult to feed and I heard that one of the side effects of medication is loss of appetite. help me. I have no one to speak to about this besides our doctors.
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ADHD in many cases has been linked to diet, which includes food allergies and nutritional deficiencies…simply eliminating certain foods or adding others may reduce symptoms or eliminate them altogether. Hyperactive children are especially vulnerable as they are ‘hyper' sensitive to sugar and other stimulants.

consider buying certified organic  products…these are foods which are grown without the use of potentially harmful long-lasting pesticides, herbicides and fungicides. Since organic foods are also grown without genetically modified seeds, sewage sludge or irradiation, some people feel that this is a more wholesome choice. If you choose to adopt the strategy to “cleanse” the body first to reduce symptoms of ADD, this may be an option you would like to consider.

If you search ADHD Diet you will find tons of articles on how to adjust food for someone with ADHD.  Good Luck!


Behavioral issues with a 2 and a half year old?


My son is almost 3 and I am going crazy trying to find ways to discipline him. Yelling, spanking, time-out-none of these work. He just stares at me and continues the behavior and is mean to other kids and I don't know what to do. Can someone please give me some advice before I lose my mind?
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I have observed when parents say they have tried spanking and it hasn't worked that they have either not been consistent or are not doing it right--or both.

A spanking should, within reason, give an ouch--but a spanking can easily get lost in the pants. Try the traditional bare bottom spanking (hand only). You will start seeing results fast--I don't think it is just the extra sting--it is not that much--kids just seem to take it much more seriously than a few thuds over layers of clothing.

Even more important is consistency--and that is true with every punishment. Punishing is unpleasant for everyone involved---so it is easy to let things slide--"just this once" , " but next time you're really going to get it" etc. You can't let any spankable behavior (or promised spanking) go without being addressed.

I speak from experience on this-LOL---and I am would be willing to bet a fair amount of cash, that within three weeks you will see some real improvement--and the number of times you have to spank will be decreasing rapidly.


How can i compose a research problem -dementia patients having UTI which causes behavioral changes?


Is this a correct research problem? - Is there a relationship between UTI of elderly patients with dementia and their behavioral changes such as agitation?
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Nice choice (you can thank me later!).  That is correct, dementia is a chronic problem.  The occurrence in further agitation (if there is agitation present in the first place) at the time of UTI would be the study. You will need a certain number of agitated and nonagitated patients diagnosed with dementia for the study to be appropriate.


What activities would you like your kids to participate in?


What type of activity would you consider is important to your kids between age 3 to 10?
Are you willing to sign them up for group outdoor activities organized by private individual in Singapore, such as treasure hunt, nature walk, etc. Or do you think art & craft is more interesting? How much are you willing to pay for each activity? And how long should the duration be?
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My 7 year old son was in flag football when he was 5. Tried it out and after the season, decided he didn't like it. Now he is 7 and is in soccer and just LOVES it. My daughter is 4 and she hasn't tried anything yet, but I think she wants to do something in gymnastics. Whatever my kids are willing to try (like sports, dance, music etc.) I will encourage it. If they do not want to, then I will not force it. 

For my son to play soccer it cost us $45 and that included the uniform we get to keep. That $45 is for the whole soccer season of August thru November. 


Will checking into a behavioral center affect my future in law enforcement?


I'm dealing with depression and suicidal thoughts and I need help. But I'm afraid if I check myself into a behavioral center it might affect my future as a cop. What should I do?
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I would be more worried about your mental health then I would be about your future job.If your having problems its better to try to fix them as early on as possible.The problems can get worse with time if untreated.Also take into consideration that being a Cop is a really hard,stressful often traumatic job.The last thing you want when your trying to serve and protect your community is for you to have a mental brake down that could result in you or some one else losing there life.
I think you should look into getting some help so if you do have that chance to fulfill your dream of being a Cop,you can do it well without worries!
Good Luck to you and GOD BLESS!!