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Using time-out to guide your child's behaviour

What is time-out? Time-out involves taking your child away from interesting activities and not giving your child attention for a short period of time. If your child is behaving in an unacceptable way, time-out is a strategy that can help you manage your child's behaviour. Time-out works best when it's used with other child behaviour strategies - for example, in combination with praise for acceptable behaviour.
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Pan

Story Pan is the story of how Peter Pan (Levi Miller) comes to live in Neverland. Peter grows up in an orphanage in London. One day Blackbeard's (Hugh Jackman) pirates kidnap Peter and the orphan boys and take them to Neverland. While he is held captive by Blackbeard, Peter becomes friends with James Hook (Garrett Hedlund).
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Transition plans for adulthood: teenagers with additional needs

Becoming an adult: your child with additional needs Leaving school and becoming an adult are big changes for your child with additional needs, so the transition to adulthood needs careful planning. It's a good idea to start planning early in the secondary school years. This will give you plenty of time to work on the skills your child needs to achieve his goals for adulthood.
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Venom

Story Venom begins when an exploratory space mission finds alien life forms on a comet. These aliens can exist and survive only in a symbiotic relationship with an oxygen-breathing host. Four samples of the 'symbiotes' are transported back to earth for research, but disaster strikes when the ship crashes and one symbiote escapes.
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Toddlers

Children learning to feed themselves

Children feeding themselves: why it's an important stage When children are learning to feed themselves, it's an important stage for lots of reasons. First, children are learning to eat independently, which is a skill they need to develop for the later years of early childhood - and for life. Second, this stage involves lots of feeling, squeezing and dropping food.
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Auditory processing disorder

About auditory processing disorder Children with auditory processing disorder (APD) have normal hearing, but difficulty recognising and interpreting the sounds they hear. These difficulties make it hard for children to work out what a sound is, where the sound came from and when the sound happened. And this means it's hard for children to listen properly when there's background noise or the sound is muffled.
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