Global Child Nutrition Month on April, 2018: what is margaret mcmillan's theory on care needs for children?
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An Integrated approach to early childhood education and care; UNESCO ...
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in identifying children's needs and developing sustainable strategies for addressing their ... Shortly before World War I, under the guidance of Margaret ...
Figures in Education - 19th and 20th Centuries - V&A Museum of Childhood
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WOMEN, FOOD AND NUTRITION - ISSUES IN NEED OF A GLOBAL FOCUS1
Experts such as Margaret Leahy see a connection between the global concern over ... On the other hand, child care centres are more effective in caring for children, ...
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... in 2001 on rural minority ethnic groups in Scotland, Needs not Numbers' and ... adoption, foster care, children's services plans, children's well-being, ...
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Early Education - 2004 February book of the month
... an open-air life for children has been won in theory, largely owing to the ... for so many years in season and out of season by Miss Margaret McMillan, it ...
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the special needs of children, especially small children, for food, ... 'Our method of child care is by no means an easy ... Margaret McMillan, 1860-1932 (1990) ...
"Drop-Outs" and "Push-Outs": Finding Hope at a School That Actualizes ...
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Until recently the discourse on caring was dominated by theory (Chaskin and ... the efforts of teachers and others to care for children and adolescents: "The ...
Including Children with SEN in a Mainstream setting Sara Holroyd ...
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Margaret McMillan ... moves us on is our interest, our enthusiasm, our concern and our care for the ... the children with special educational needs - because ...
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... was formed in 1923 with Margaret McMillan as the first President. ... a result of a research project designed to quantify the need for sick child care. ...
Did you ASD/Autistic child haVe feeding problems?
My daughter has a very limited diet. She has autism and down syndrome. She will only eat foods that are yellow, white or brown, soft, mushy, bland or sweet. She will gag at the texture of foods, especially slimy ones like egg, and sometimes she will only have to look at the food. You can make a table up of the things your son WILL eat, and mark in 'texture/consistency', 'colour', 'taste','finger food/spoon/fork, etc to get an idea of what may be a consistent factor. It might help determine new foods to offer etc. Have you tried rice milk as an alternative for milk/soy?
I just found this on 'eating' from a group im with which may shed some insight.
There are many autistic children who are very picky eaters and have odd autism
diet foibles. This is not just another problem with behavior, though it might
seem like it at first. This is often something that happens for simpler reasons,
and some of them are correctable.
There are times when there is a medical reason behind the picky eating, and it
might mean talking to a doctor about nutrition and how to make sure the right
foods are in a childs diet.
Some children who wont eat are simply not hungry. Sometimes this is just the
way it is, but more often than not, there may be a medication to blame. Some
children with autism also have ADHD and they may be on mediations for that
purpose. Some of the medications for this condition will suppress appetite,
along with others drugs like antibiotics. If this is the suspected problem,
there may be alternative medications that can be given that will not have the
same affect on the childs hunger.
There are also some autistic children that have very sensitive digestive
systems. They may have problems with acid reflux, and this can make eating hard
They may also have problems in the intestines that lead to constipation, loose
stools, or gas and bloating. They learn to associate these feelings with eating,
and that makes them not want to eat.
Sometimes eating is not something a child looks forward to because they have
poor motor skills and cant get the foods into their mouth with ease, and they
may have problems with chewing and swallowing. They may gag or choke and they
will avoid eating to avoid those things. When that happens, therapy sessions
with a oral-motor therapist might be the answer to the childs eating
Some children simply cannot stand the textures of foods, and they may be hyper
sensitive to almost all sensations associated with eating. Finding a way to
desensitize the mouth can help, and quite often liquids can be taken in by the
use of a straw.
Hope this may help some.
I am a vampire, any vampire tips? I crave children's blood.?
You are not a vampire. You do need psychological help.
1. Vampires, defined as a humanoid that MUST consume blood or energy to survive do not exist. Cut and paste time, as it is too much work to type this out over and over and I “recycle” my own answers instead of retyping them.
2. The human body is not designed to process blood for nutrition. There is not enough protein, carbohydrates, and fats present in blood to maintain a complex creature such as Homo Sapiens or any theorized offshoot mutations. When a human ingests food it is broken up into a bolus by chewing, then churned up in the stomach with digestive juices to form a mass called chyme. It then passes through the pylorus into the duodenum, part of the small intestine where it mixes with bile salts and secretions from the pancreas and liver which continue breaking it down on a molecular basis. The broken down nutrients pass through the wall of the intestines and into the bloodstream where they are carried to each cell or stored for later use. Indigestible bulk continues through the intestines, turning a dark brown from the bile.
3. A person physically unable to process his own food for nutrition therefore also could not process blood – it’s the same process. Ingested blood does not transmit directly to the veins anyway – it would be chemically broken down by the digestive system.
4. Theoretical ingestion of blood to supply these nutrients would therefore have to occur at least once a day, and would require the ingestion of the entire blood supply which could not happen as the stomach is far too small to hold that much liquid volume. Hold up your clenched fist – under normal conditions your stomach is about that size. Furthermore, such a mass would be difficult to pass thru the intestines as it has no fibrous bulk, would create an intestinal impaction, causing massive vomiting from the large concentration of iron present, and any “real” vampire would have to eventually expel the waste, which would come out as a black, tarry, smelly goo, just as stool does when blood is present from a upper GI bleed.
5. Even if a vampire feeds once a week, and his victim also becomes a vampire, that is exponential growth, with 4 iterations a month. 1st iteration: 1 makes 1, total 2. 2nd iteration: 2 make 2, total 4. 3rd iteration: 4 make 4, total 8. 4th iteration: 8 make 8, total 16. 16 vampires at the end of 1 month, 256 at the end of the 2nd month, 4096 by the end of the 3rd month, 65,536 by the end of the 4th month, 1,048,476 at the end of the 5th, and 33,572,832 vampires at the end of half a year! Do the math – vampires are a mathematical impossibility.
6.The humans who profess to be vampires are victims of an all-encompassing self induced delusion. They are as human as you or I, regardless of their claims. Note that there is absolutely no scientific or medical proof that these people derive any benefit at all from the ingestion of blood, and even worse are the so-called “psychic” vampires, because their delusion is one that they cannot substantiate with any concrete evidence at all.
7. There is no “vampire” gene. People are not “born” as vampires. When a woman goes to the hospital for prenatal care there are many tests done on mother and child, even while still in the womb, to check for many things, including genetic anomalies that result in deformities and birth defects. If such a gene existed, in today’s world with today’s technology it would have been found – we have already completely sequenced the human genome. It would also have to follow Mendel’s law of dominant/recessive gene theory. Again, the odds on that many “vampires” all escaping the notice of the medical/scientific community are so low as to be almost nonexistent. The idea that there is a global “vampire community” engaging in controlled breeding to keep the “bloodline pure” is delusional in the extreme.