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We found that most of kids' data were being collected from apps that called themselves' general audience apps,' even though they had names like' Children's Doctor Dentist,' lack of enforcement of COPPA has meant that these apps can claim they are not for kids, and therefore continue to collect data.
Aspects of our personality and neurodiversity are extremely personal and can be exploited, and therefore medical and research institutions have rigorous safeguards to keep this information private, as our country heads into a year of online learning, it's crucial that we know that children's educational data are not merged with marketing datasets that can then exploit these fundamentally private things about The Children.
You have to work to read what your dog is thinking and respond to their behavior. That gets kids out of their headspace and more thinking about what another being is thinking, that's [ the magical factor ] of empathy and social reciprocity, meaning the back and forth of relationships that helps us heal during times of stress.
The biggest takeaway for parents is that sleep is part of self-regulation. We need to wake our brains up, and settle them back down. We need to handle fears and separation from our loved ones, for this reason, sleep is usually much harder for children with self-regulation problems in early childhood -- whether due to anxiety, early ADHD, sensory integration challenges, trauma or lots of other developmental differences that may not rise to the level of a diagnostic label.
The advice that I would give to parents is that if they are worrying about their child having some sleep problems, they should consult a specialist, in many cases, these parental worries are indeed part of a normative developmental stage( such as, for example, their child waking up a few times during the night, or having problems falling asleep) but still it would be beneficial to know that, and parents could feel more relaxed ; but in other cases, these are indeed part of a developmental problem.
In many cases, these parental worries are indeed part of a normative developmental stage( such as, for example, their child waking up a few times during the night, or having problems falling asleep) but still it would be beneficial to know that, and parents could feel more relaxed ; but in other cases, these are indeed part of a developmental problem.
Instead of focusing on questions the child may have about concrete things, ask them questions like' How do you think those people were feeling ? Do you know why they were angry ? What do you do when you feel like something is unfair ?' providing a controlled space to understand what is going on and ways to process it will help children navigate the distressing emotions, helplessness and fear they may be experiencing.
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