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Child Care & Elderly Care
Aging Parents: Family Survival Guide
This multimedia program will help you to understand your options, get organized and make the best decisions for you, your family, and your parents. The program covers: organizing your family and community resources; providing care; understanding financial, legal and insurance issues; accessing government entitlement programs and more than 200 other topics relating to elder care. This two tape set and a guidebook is designed to assist anyone faced with planning or caring for an aging relative.
Childcare Solutions: The Ultimate Checklist
Coming of Age - Guide to Senior Services
"A powerful tide is surging across our land - America is coming of age," so states Shelley Fabares (Co-star of TV's "Coach") in this motivating new video produced by the California Department of Aging and the California Attorney General's Office. It will give you and your loved ones vital information on the wide spectrum of programs and services available to today's senior.
An instructional video guide showing what to look for--from search to selection. Covers safety, discipline, staff, regulations and more. Includes a free checklist and a segment on your child's adjustment period by Dr. Roger Smith, noted Child Psychologist.
How to Choose a Good Preschool Program
In this fact-filled program, the viewer accompanies a mother who is making her initial visit to a "co-op" preschool. The director explains the philosophy of the program and points out the goals and objectives of each activity. Art, dramatic plays, music, movement, motor skills, cognitive gains, storytime, circle time, block building, and science each have a special learning value. Expert suggestions give important clues about what to look for to give a child the best possible preschool environment.
Kid-Care: What Child Care is Right for You?
Each section is introduced by short interviews with parents asking questions and voicing their concerns about different aspects of the problem. These are followed by illustrations and information from experts in the field including representatives from national organizations concerned with childcare, early childhood development experts, and family therapists. Perhaps most valuable are the tips at the end of each section from parents who have solved the problem in creative and practical ways. The program covers: childcare dilemma, guilt, when to go back to work, finding adequate daycare, home-based alternatives, evaluating facilities and providers, helping children to adjust, making the working family work, dealing with problems, co-ops, working from home, and the modern family.
Life Line - Preventing Elder Abuse
This year, an estimated 1 of every 20 persons over 65 years of age will be a victim of physical, psychological, or financial abuse or will suffer serious of life-threatening neglect (1.8 million elders nationally). It is estimated that only 1 in 14 incidents ever get reported. Most abuse goes undetected, the victim is not helped, and the abuser goes free to repeat the crime, often against the same victim!
Safe & Sound: Choosing Quality Childcare
Narrated by Meredith Baxter-Birney, this video is designed to give parents the skills they need to locate and evaluate a high quality child care program for their child. It contains sections on finding childcare, personal interaction, education, health and safety, communications and consistency, in-home care, and cost.
Selecting Daycare for Your Child
The placement of a child in a day care environment is one of the most important issues facing parents in today's society. This has been developed to help parents formulate and answer the numerous questions that should be considered before placing a child in day care.
Super Sitters Basics
Developed by a father of seven in collaboration with well known psychologist Dr. Lee Salk, this video presents the fundamentals of quality child care and home safety. Sitters learn to promote the well-being and self esteem of children and to take an active role in their care, growth, and development.
They're Just Kids
They're Just Kids is a documentary that shows how children with disabilities can positively affect our lives. It focuses on the benefits that `typical' kids receive when they interact with kids who have special needs.
What, Me Pay for Nursing Home Costs?
What every family needs to now about long-term care planning. Features critically acclaimed elder law attorney Armond Budish, author of "Avoiding the Medicaid Trap".
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