Advanced parenting : advice for helping kids through diagnoses, differences, and mental health challenges / Kelly Fradin, MD.
"Any parent or teacher who has ever walked out of a concerning appointment with their child's doctor or teacher has experienced a heady mix of emotions--fear, love, confusion, concern, sadness, and perhaps even anger. While every parent hopes for a healthy child, the reality is that children face many common challenges, including medical issues like ADHD, asthma, food allergies, autism, school failure, depression, and developmental delays, throughout their formative years. As the role of a parent becomesone of a caregiver, it can be overwhelming for parents and children alike, particularly if money, time, access, or any combination of those are in short supply. As a balm, Dr. Kelly Fradin offers Advanced Parenting, based on her experience as a complex-care pediatrician. In this crucial guide, parents will find empathy and support as well as evidence-based practical guidance. Of greatest import is the need for tools with which to manage the emotional stress that comes from having a child who deviates fromthe norm, as well as coping with uncertainty and navigating the business of care. Readers will discover ways to optimize the outcomes for their family and make their day-to-day life easier. Advanced Parenting will help families from the beginning of their journey, beginning with recognizing when a child needs help, accepting the implications of a challenge, obtaining a correct diagnosis, learning about the issue, building a treatment team and coming up with a comprehensive plan. Dr. Fradin explores how achild struggling can affect the entire family dynamic including the parent's relationships and the siblings overall well-being, and with her experience as a complex care pediatrician, she will help parents avoid common mistakes. Parents will feel seen, supported, and better prepared to be both a parent and a caregiver."-- Provided by publisher.
- ISBN: 9781538722466
- ISBN: 1538722461
- Physical Description: xviii, 317 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York : Balance, 
- Copyright: ©2023
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references (pages 303-311) and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Introduction -- Build a sold base -- Understanding your reaction to a problem -- What matters most? -- Medical and educational literacy -- Understanding the bigger picture -- How to take action -- Educating yourself -- Tools, skills, and tips to build you up -- Taking inventory of the rest of your family -- Respecting your child's space and development -- Managing emotion -- Confronting hard feelings and burnout -- Understanding your child's resistance -- Unpacking trauma and protecting joy -- The long run -- Making a comprehensive plan -- Maintaining motivation -- Conclusion.
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