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|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.
|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.
|Challenging Behavior and the Role Adults Play
|Young children may use challenging behavior to ask the adults around them for help expressing strong emotions and learning to get along with others. It is our job as caregivers to intentionally respond to these behaviors. In doing so, we take on many roles to support the growth and development of a child.
|Challenging Behavior--Aggression [Dabeecadaha adag: Dagaalka/Gardarrada]
|Dagaalka ama gardarrada waa dabeecad labartay oo wax lagu raadiyo. Mararka qaarkood caruurtu dagaal iyo xumaan beey wax kaaga raadinayaan sababato oo ah wa’ay kugu dayeen wa’ayna u shaqeeysey. Caruurta waxaa lagu caawin karaa in xumaantaan ay qaabilaan ay kubedeshaan wanaag iyo samaan ayadoo loo marayo daryeel wax ku ool ah iyo in xirfado cusub cunuga labaro.
|Challenging Behavior--Power Struggle With Young Children [Dabeecadaha adag: Caruurtoo kulaficiltama oo ay halkaa kadhalato halgan awoodeed ]
|Badanaa dabeecadaha adag oo ilmaha lagu arko waa wax kamid ah korrinnimadooda inta ay korayaan oo ay laqabsanayaan bulshada. Caruurta in labaro sida ay waxa ay dareemayan u sheegan karaan iyo in labaro xirfado kale oo laxiriira isxakamaynta waxay tirtiri kartaa gardarrada oo ilmaha kale lagugardaroodo ayagoo baranayaa macaamil wanaagsan.
|Challenging Behavior--Putting the Pause Button between Impulse and Action [Dabeecadaha adag: Xakamaynta damaca inta uusan cunugu ficil qaadin]
|Markii macalinka ubadka yar yar waxbara uu cunugu laficiltamo, qof guuleeysanaya majiro. Waxaan rabnaa caruurtu in ay bartaan in ay iskood wax u qabsadaan in ay yeeshaan xilkasnimo. Waxaa masana lagarabaa caruurtii in ay waafaqsanyihiin nadaamka kajira goobta xanaanada iyo wax barashada iyo in ay bulshada xiriir wanaagsan lasamaystaan. Maqaalkaan wuxuu kusiinayaa xeelado aad kaga caawinaysid caruurta in ay dhanka wanaagsan wax ka abaaran.
|Child and Adolescent Mental Health
|The Child and Adolescent Mental Health website is part of the National Institute of Mental Health. The site contains books, fact sheets, and summaries for the public, practioners, and researchers. The information ranges from ADHD to Youth in a Difficult World.
|Child Care and the ADA Booklet
|Opportunities and Resources for Child Care Providers and Families is an easy to read document on the ADA regulations and how they interface with childcare.
|Child Development Institute
|This award winning site offers information on child development, child psychology, parenting, learning, health and safety as well as childhood disorders such as attention deficit disorder, dyslexia and autism. It provides comprehensive resources and practical suggestions for parents covering toddlers to teens.
|Child Development: What to Expect and When to Worry
|If you routinely observe and record the development of all children in your program, you may sometimes find that a child has red flags in their developmental progress and it is time to talk to their parents about your concerns.