This episode of The Brain Architects explores what “toxic stress” means, and what we can do about it
What is toxic stress? What effects can it have on a child’s body and development, and how can those effects be prevented? What does it mean to build resilience?
Host Sally Pfitzer is once again joine
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From the Partners for A Greater Voice website: 'Outcomes in children’s development are best realized when parental caregivers have good self-esteem, develop competencies, and are informed and emotionally equipped to cope with hearing loss.
'An approach to coach and empower them must be positive, sup
New writing by Peter Limbrick for 2020
From the introduction:
The word ‘integration’ can be defined as unifying diverse elements into a whole. Integration is described in this Manual as a process of joining things together with the purpose of achieving something better than was there when the thing
Early support bringing together health, education and social care into a whole approach
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Stress and Resilience: How Toxic Stress Affects Us, and What We Can Do About It
From Center on the Developing Child:
When the stress in your life just doesn’t let up, and it feels like you have no support to get through the day—let alone do everything you need to do to be the best parent you can be—