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Devastation: Helping Children Deal with Disaster

Jackie Silberg with Cathy Grace

pic Hurricane Katrina, 9/11 and the oil spill in the gulf are all examples of types of disasters that have traumatized us. But what is the impact of these sorts of events on very young children. Our guests give us insight in to how profoundly disasters can impact the lives the emotional stability of young children and offers guidance to parents, teachers and caregivers on restoring normalcy.
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Introducing Infants and Toddlers to Art

Jackie Silberg with Mary Ann Kohl

pic Introducing children to art experiences at an early age helps young children to explore their senses and begin to discover the world around them. This segment shares specific tips for parents and caregivers on how to safely and easily involve infants and toddlers in art experiences.
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Measuring Infant Mental Health

Jackie Silberg with Kathryn E. Barnard

pic What is infant mental health? How do we measure it? Why does it matter? In the segment Professor Barnard gives us insight into how early mental leads to a child's eventual sense of security and well-being.
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What We Can Continue to Learn from Mr. Rogers

Jackie Silberg with Hedda Sharapan

pic Fred Rogers' show, Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood, was one of the earliest and most successful television programs created for children. The show broke a lot of new ground and incorporated many of today's best practices for teaching the basics to very young children. Though Fred Rogers is gone, there is still much we can learn from him. Tune in as his staff shares some of Mr. Rogers' best insights.
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Recognizing Autism in Infants and Toddlers

Jackie Silberg with Clarissa Willis and Valerie Plowman

pic Autism in infants and toddlers can be easily overlooked, misdiagnosed or misinterpreted. What is generally accepted is the early diagnosis is important. Today's guests discuss how to recognize autism in very young children.
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