FATHER: AN ELEVATED STATE

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"WHEN YOUR NAME IS MENTIONED YOUR CHILDREN SHOULD FEEL HONOR"

[_] FATHER

[_] MOTHER

  

1: DEVELOPING RELATIONSHIP WITH CHILDREN

  • [__] #1 “Safe, engaging environment&activities
  • [__] #2 Home: “Positive Learning” environment:
  • [__] #3 Having “Realistic Age Expectations”
  • [__] #4 Teaching “Communication Skills”
  • [__] #5 Teaching about “Managing Feelings”
  • [__] #6 Bonding: Securing bonds “Show Safe Affection”
  • [__] #7 Teaching how to “Solve Problems”
  • [__] #8 Teaching how to be “Independent”

2: HELPING CHILDREN TO DEVELOP

  • [__] #9   Use Family “Rules,Laws,& Routines”
  • [__] #10 “Praised”: Encouraged good behavior
  • [__] #11 Steps:Ask-Say-Do”new behavior/skill
  • [__] #12 Setting “Good Healthy Examples”
  • [__] #13 "Budgeting" Shopping: Setting examples
  • [__] #14 Used “Incidental Teaching”
  • [__] #15 “Charting” reviewing behavior daily
  • [__] #15 Using “Rewards” for good behavior:

3: CALENDER: BEHAVIOR DIARY

  • [__] #16 Using "Rewards" for good behavior
  • [__] #17 Budging Finances: For education
  • [__] #18 Routinely Use “Assertive Discipline”
  • [__] #19 Having Calm “Direct Discussions”
  • [__] #20 “Managed with “Planned Ignoring”
  • [__] #21 Parenting Routine: “Start and Stop”

4: TEAMWORK: FAMILY SURVIVAL TIPS

  • [__] #22 Using “Quiet Time” age: __= __min.
  • [__] #23 Using “Time Out” age: __= __min.
  • [__] #24 “Avoiding arguing” in front of child
  • [__] #25 Conflict Resolution Avoiding Crisis
  • [__] #26 Getting & Giving Family “Support”
  • [__] #27 Self-Care: Taking necessary “Breaks”:
  • [__] #28 Addressing “High-risk” situation(s)
  • [__] #29 “Planning activities” & reviewing steps
  • [__] #30 Goals: Utilized the Knowledge Of Strengths:
  • [__] #31 Child Advocacy 
  • [__] #32 Case Management
  • [__] #33 Resources/Referrals Listings: #__:__ 

TEAMWORK: WISDOM, FORESEE, AND ENVISION

“Whatever you got in your head, you should have the power to make it for your children, to bring it for your family, your kingdom.” Have vision for your children. How do you want your home like?”THMLF

WHAT IS YOUR VISION?

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 "Anyone can be a biological mother or a biological father, but the best time to learn about being a wonderful parent is long before one is expecting their first child. However, due to our lack of knowledge, pregnancy seems to be the time when we become interested in what it means to be the parents, and the caretakers of the world."

"It is necessary that men and women look at the condition of this world and define for ourselves what our contributions will be to it, to change the realities that we are faced with, beginning with our homes."

 

DATE OF BIRTH:

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A CHILD’S NAME:

MARKERS TO DEVELOPMENT CHILD:
 

FIRST:

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MIDDLE:

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MIDDLE:

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LAST:

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