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    Siblings - Adopted & Biological Siblings: Building Healthy Relat

    An Adoptive Parent, Karen assists us in understanding how sibling relationships can be built over time. Karen and her husband, Steve have eight children, two of whom were adopted as toddlers. Karen Swenson first presented this workshop at Ties That Bind.

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    Understanding Assessment & Diagnosis

    Dr. Coles presents information every parent should know before seeking a psychological evaluation for their child. During her presentation she provides practical advice from when to get an assessment to who should provide your child's assessment.
    Media: CD

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    Learning Differences: The Early Warning Signs

    Laveda Doxey, LCSW and a Project Coordinator with the Georgia Center presents a very informal discussion with parents on how to look at your developing child to determine if their may be hidden disabilities such as speech and language delay, learning diff
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    Open Adoption - Making a Long Story Short; Why Bother With Open

    Ron Chandonia, Adoptive father presents this workshop to parents at the Georgia Center's Sixth Annual Men Behaving Dadly conference in 2009. He helps parents to understand why you MUST bother with Open Adoption and shares the benefits this type of adop
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    Parenting Adopted Adolescents

    This 2 Part training? is an effort to understanding and appreciating the journey of parents and adopted adolescents.

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    ADHD Doesn't Have To Be Scary

    This CD is training material for parents seeking hours of training or for your information. The training covers what ADHD is; Who is Affected; How it is Diagnosed; Treatment and more.
    Media: CD

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    Shaken Baby Syndrome/SID/Child Development

    This is a 4 DVD set for training purposes that covers the Shaken Baby Syndrome, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome,CPR, and Child Development: The First Two Years. Parents can earn 3 hours of training with an 80% score on the test that is provided.

    Media: DVD

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