A child's healthy development is based on the precondition of being safe from violence. This positive descipline manual provides parents with the toolkit how to raise and educate their children respecting their rights and opinions.
Positive parenting manual adresses some issues that childrren and parents face from birth to the end of adolescense. This manual is designed for parents of children of all ages.
These signs will help you understand that your child is being bullied by his peers;
A child's physical and emotional development starts from the very first seconds of life; proper nutrition and health care are critical during early child development period.
“I know my Child, And You” manual is designed for parents of children aged 0-6; the manual tells about early childhood development, child health and violence against children.
Today the Internet rapidly grows raising both the possibilities and the dangers caused by the Internet. Nowadays, many children have access to the Internet and risks, associated to children's Internet use, sometimes result in feelings of loneliness, depression and may cause harmful life and health effects. Therefore, it is essential to develop knowledge on Internet use and risks associated with the Internet.
Have you ever asked yourself why you shouldn't punish a child and how to raise a child without physical violence or abuse, how to be patient even in hopeless situations? Whether you should discuss problems with a child and try to find solutions together? You can find the answers to these questions in this manual.
This positive discipline manual designed for parents presents a number of situations many parents face. Each story or situation shows its positive and negative effects of discipline.
How to avoid violence tips designed for adults is available in Armenian.
Parents have been spanking children for millennia. 50 years of scientific evidence says they were wrong, source - https://www.vox.com/2016/4/27/11510118/spanking-children
In a recently published meta-analysis in the Journal of Family Psychology, developmental psychologist Elizabeth Gershoff and University of Michigan professor Andrew Grogan-Kaylor sift through 75 studies, for a total data pool of nearly 161,000 children, and find "no evidence that spanking is associated with improved child behavior.
Signs of child abuse and neglect is available in Armenian
Parents and caregivers often worry that their children may be exposed to sexual violence by someone living in the community. This manual provides information and a set of advices for keeping your child safe from sexual violence.