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Being A Parent
Everything you have to look forward to now that you have a baby, from milestones to baby's growth, plus tips to make life easier.
"You want to be the best and most modern parent for your child. Modern parents want their child to grow up to be a person whom they really like. Our children are listening to what we say, and watching what we do. So, before
parenting your child, be a person to practise what you preach."
What is the right type of parenting ?
There is no one right way or a rule to raise a child. Child development experts have identified four main styles of parenting and those are authoritarian, supportive, permissive and uninvolved. Most parents use a mix of parenting styles, but generally tend to lean towards one style than another. However, of these styles, the experts have found that the authoritative parenting style is the most effective and successful in raising children and are proved to be both academically strong and emotionally stable.
What are the basic values that a parent has to have ?
Whatever parenting style that you may adopt, build connection with your children, show your love, talk & listen, inspire achievement, and guide & support. Be a positive role model and behave in ways you expect your children to behave and treat people the way you want your children to treat others. Also, the attitude you show towards sleep, food and discipline will affect your children in the most important ways. So, live the
values you want them to have.
How to stimulate early development & early learning?
Young children thrive when they have secure, positive relationships with adults who are knowledgeable about how to support their development and learning. The first three years are the most critical in shaping the child's brain architecture.
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Parents and other caregivers can support healthy brain growth by speaking to, playing with, and caring for their child. Children learn best when parents take turns when talking and playing, and build on their child’s skills and interests. Nurturing a child byunderstanding their needs and responding sensitively helps to protect children’s brains from stress. Speaking with children and exposing them to books, stories, and songs helps strengthen children’s language and communication, which puts them on a path towards learning and succeeding in school.
How to sort out the social issues of a child?
Starting from the birth, babies learn who they are and how are they treated. Loving relationships provide young children with a sense of comfort, safety and confidence and how to form friendships, communicate emotions and deal with the social challenges.
How to raise a child in the world of technology?
Raising a child with a healthy attitude towards bright screens and flashy buttons is really a task these days. Yet, the flashy screens can be an integral part of kid’s enriched learning. It’s good to give them restricted and disciplined screen time, say one hour per day. They can watch
educational video series, read online books and have facetime with out-of-town relatives. Set clear household rules on when the devices may be used and not used, say no calls during dining time.
How to balance both work and parenting?
The key is to focus on a plan, get organized, and find the right balance between profession and parenthood. Spend some quality time, talk and listen to your child, and most importantly make them understand how significant your career is.
How do we help special abled children and their parents?
If you are a parent of a child with special needs, you undoubtedly have bigger challenges to overcome than you ever thought possible. There may be days where you feel all alone in your struggle. Maybe you’ve been so busy taking care of your child’s needs, in addition to the rest of your family, that you have not had the opportunity to seek encouragement from those who have trekked a similar road. Whether you’re raising a child with various physical, developmental or emotional challenges, we hope you’ll find comfort in this collection of stories from parents who are living the joys and trials of raising special-needs children.
Amid these stories from other parents, you’ll find tips and tools in the areas of schooling, public facilities, balancing the needs of your disabled child and the needs of your other children, coping when your circumstances have become too hard and encouragement in developing friendships.
Likely your days are filled with appointments, therapies and other responsibilities necessary for the care of your children. Perhaps you’re also working through circumstances that seek to overwhelm you.
At Happy Motherhood we offer online suggestions, solutions and tips to the parents. Guiding parents with Special needs with personalised, tailormade, focused and user assistive modules. Online therapies and exercises are focused and need based for children with disabilities. Awareness workshops, guiding parents to avail Government assistance, rights and concessions available in the field of Education are conducted by our counsellors.
How can I join Parenting classes?
We conduct variety of parenting counselling and classes to assist the parents in knowing parenting skills, parenting tips, smart parenting, gentle parenting, right parenting, positive parenting, modern parenting, parenting flaws, parenting goals, friendly parenting, overparenting and helicopter parenting. In addition, we make the parents do a few research based activities and assess them to improve the parenting style.
We conduct the counselling sessions at our centres. In case you find it difficult to travel to any of our centres, you can still join us for online sessions via Skype.
If you’d find it beneficial, please feel free to make your enrolment enquiry or else don’t hesitate to call us at +917373878666 We are regularly updating our parenting programs. Kindly log in as our member and we shall keep you updated by our monthly newsletters.
How can I join a group to meet other women in similar situation and stay connected?
And sometimes, all you need is to bounce ideas off another Mother, maybe one who’s been down a similar path. Connecting with others who can relate to your journey can offer long-lasting friendship and fellowship. Join our Facebook group Happy Moms to stay connected with others.