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Behavioral Health Topics - Allina Hospitals The Behavioral Health Topics - Allina Hospitals website page topics include anxiety, attention deficit disorder, bipolar disorder, manic depression, depression, schizophrenia, and stress. Website
Biting Questions When a toddler bites, how do you handle the biter, the victim — and both sets of parents? Document
Bright Futures at Georgetown: Training Tools These training tools, activities, and resources are designed to acquaint users with the Bright Futures in Practice series (available online only) and to provide guidance on how to apply these materials in a variety of contexts. The Bright Futures in Practice materials can be downloaded for use from this site. Website
Bullies in the Block Area: The Early Childhood Origins of "Mean" Behavior This brief first provides a summary of the developmental trajectory to bullying behavior and theories about social and environmental contributors to bullying. The remainder summarizes promising strategies and evidence-based intervention models designed to prevent bullying by addressing factors that contribute to the development of "mean" behavior and aggression in early childhood. Document
Bullying in Preschool Being bullied means to be exposed, repeatedly and over time, to negative actions on the part of one or more students. It may also include an imbalance of power. And research indicates that a child with a disability is more likely to be physically or verbally bullied than his typically developing peers. This tip sheet includes signs of bullying behavior and strategies for extinguishing bullying. Tipsheet
Caring for Every Child's Mental Health Campaign The Caring for Every Child's Mental Health Campaign website consists of information from a four-year national public education campaign by the Center for Mental Health Services, a component of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to increase awareness about the emotional problems of America's children and adolescents and gain support for needed services. The website contains links for children and adolescents, tips for parents ranging from improving your child's mental health to issues that families may face regarding mental health. There are resources available for purchase or to download. The information is also available in spanish at www.mentalhealth.org/espanol/ Website
Carruurta iyo walwalkooda (Anxiety in Children) Walwal iyo walwal waa shucuur caam ah oo qof walba dareemo waqti ama waqti kale. Xaashidan tilmaantu waxay sahmineysaa waxyaabaha kiciya welwelka, goorta laga walaacsan yahay iyo goorta caawimaad la raadsado. Tipsheet
Caruurta leh baahiyaha gaarka ah: Isbeddelada (Children with Special Needs: Transitions) Jadwalka joogtada ah iyo filashooyinka cad waxay taageeraan guusha dhammaan carruurta iyo gaar ahaan carruurta leh barashada gaarka ah iyo baahiyaha bulshada. Kala-guurka la qorsheeyey oo qaabaysan ayaa noqon kara qayb waxtar u leh hawl maalmeedka guuleysta kaasoo siiya aasaas joogto ah dhammaan barashada kale ee dhici doonta maalinta oo dhan. Tipsheet
CDC Autism Fact Sheet The USC University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (USC UCEDD) has translated the "Learn the Signs. Act Early" Autism Fact Sheet from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) into multiple languages to reach underserved populations. The Autism Fact Sheet provides a one-page tool for clinicians to share with families to raise awareness about developmental delay, which may be related to autism or other developmental disabilities. It is now available in Arabic, Armenian, Farsi, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Tagalog, Thai, and Vietnamese. Website
Center for Disease Control (Act Early) The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities (NCBDDD), in collaboration with a number of national partners, launched a public awareness campaign called "Learn the Signs. Act Early." The campaign aims to educate parents about childhood development, including early warning signs of autism and other developmental disorders, and encourages developmental screening and intervention. Website