take risks of children and health
We started Southwoods who knows the relationship I wanted to develop with camp parents. It was an interactive relationship, partnership with good communication, and we were able to continue all the work our parents are doing at home. We are introducing this new parent section to the newsletter in order to continue to develop that relationship. Every month, we will try to pick up articles and books that you might find helpful to parenting this kind, mad child rearing. We hope you enjoy and find value.
Good parenting by Ron Taffel
Romance of risk by Lynn E. Ponton
We recently attended the child development conference called Joe Kruger Education Conference. The keynote lecture was a professor at the University of California San Francisco and Dr. Lynn Ponton, a psychiatrist at Dr. Ron Taffel, was pointed out by children and family therapists, speakers and writers. Both of them talked about the risks faced by children, but each statement focused on a specific type of risk. Dr. Ponton talked about risk assessment (which helps children learn importers when making good risk decisions), normality, health, growth-promoting rulings. Acts that threaten you, unhealthy risks or harmful risks that hurt you, illegal or immoral. Dr. Taffel talks about the risks faced in the changing world and how these risks, fears, and situations affect children and emotions.
Ponton enumerated the best ways to help children grow and develop health risks. We talk to your children, ask them what they are doing, knowing friends, demarcating, defending family rules, we all believe that these things are important, but the last one really resonates He nodded his head with the agreement that he was. Dr. Ponton added that the most powerful tool to help children learn a good risk is to send children to summer camps. Mom and dad are not in camp. Children can make good choices and learn to make safe decisions with camps instead of moms and dads.
Risk taking is part of good, healthy development when combined with safe and aggressive activities. For many children, the first dangerous thing about camping is getting on the bus, saying goodbye to mum and dad. It is normal for your child (and you) to be nervous about camping normally. Taking risk is a terrible thing even if it is a positive activity. Although taking a bus may be very difficult for some children, it is the first achievement in a long list that children will have during the camp experience. A good camping environment will help children feel emotionally safe. There are good staff to guide children to make good decisions. Everything that the campers consider dangerous during the four weeks at the camp where you will influence the viewers at the end of the summer will affect both big and small ones. It is not easy to teach children that healthy risk ingestion is an aggressive tool to discover, develop and integrate their identity.
In a world where there are too many risks to imagine, camping is happy to know that children are children, safe places to choose from and learn from their mistakes.
If you choose to send your child to the camp, you already know the value of the camp organized for the children. You probably know that your child is more independent, learns how to brush up athletic and artistic abilities, make new friends, and become better. But we also want to know that by sending your child to the camp we help you learn about risk assessment and how to make good choices surrounded by people who lead them through this process. Camp is a place to stimulate a fun and secure risk.