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  1. 1. Raising Resilient ChildrenRaising Resilient Children (Cornelio G. Banaag Jr., MD --- 7(Cornelio G. Banaag Jr., MD --- 7thth DevPed Biennial Convention)DevPed Biennial Convention)  Check out:Check out: www.raisingresilientkids.comwww.raisingresilientkids.com  On Discipline:On Discipline:  In modern times, the medium is the messageIn modern times, the medium is the message (check how you say what you say)(check how you say what you say)  Praise the efforts, not the accomplishmentsPraise the efforts, not the accomplishments
  2. 2. Tips for Maintaining DisciplineTips for Maintaining Discipline (Cornelio G. Banaag Jr., MD --- 7(Cornelio G. Banaag Jr., MD --- 7thth DevPed Biennial Convention)DevPed Biennial Convention)  Fit your discipline techniques to child’s temperamentFit your discipline techniques to child’s temperament  Communicate your discipline planCommunicate your discipline plan  Be respectful of your childBe respectful of your child  Be consistentBe consistent  When it’s done, it’s doneWhen it’s done, it’s done  Understand what is appropriate for your childUnderstand what is appropriate for your child  Look for the “why” behind behaviorLook for the “why” behind behavior  Do not berate children for breaking rulesDo not berate children for breaking rules  Do not discourage efforts by criticizing harshlyDo not discourage efforts by criticizing harshly  Give yourself a breakGive yourself a break
  3. 3. Importance of Sleep in the PediatricImportance of Sleep in the Pediatric PopulationPopulation (Cesar C. Santos, MD --- 7(Cesar C. Santos, MD --- 7thth DevPed Biennial Convention)DevPed Biennial Convention)  After 4 years of age, it’s not normal forAfter 4 years of age, it’s not normal for kids to have spontaneous napskids to have spontaneous naps  Ideal nap duration: 20-40 minutes ONLYIdeal nap duration: 20-40 minutes ONLY  20 minutes nap = 200mg coffee20 minutes nap = 200mg coffee  40 minutes nap increase alertness by40 minutes nap increase alertness by 100%100%  Nap no later than 3pm!Nap no later than 3pm!
  4. 4. Impact of Digital MediaImpact of Digital Media on Children’s Developing Brainson Children’s Developing Brains (Maria Theresa Arranz-Lim, MD --- 7(Maria Theresa Arranz-Lim, MD --- 7thth DevPed Biennial Convention)DevPed Biennial Convention)  Rx: NO media exposure (digital screens)Rx: NO media exposure (digital screens) for those less than 2 y/o – evenfor those less than 2 y/o – even educational materials!!!educational materials!!!  TV does not cause ADHD but mayTV does not cause ADHD but may aggravate problems with attentionaggravate problems with attention  Be with younger kids and actively interactBe with younger kids and actively interact with them as they as they use tabletswith them as they as they use tablets (should not be used as “nannies”)(should not be used as “nannies”)
  5. 5. Brain Functions Affected by MediaBrain Functions Affected by Media (Maria Theresa Arranz-Lim, MD --- 7(Maria Theresa Arranz-Lim, MD --- 7thth DevPed Biennial Convention)DevPed Biennial Convention)  Memory SystemsMemory Systems > working memory> working memory > long term memory> long term memory  Response SystemsResponse Systems > slow analytic reflective memory> slow analytic reflective memory > fast conceptual reflexive memory> fast conceptual reflexive memory  Language DevelopmentLanguage Development - need for social interaction- need for social interaction  Cognition/ SchoolCognition/ School PerformancePerformance - easy access to shallow info- easy access to shallow info rather than deep analysisrather than deep analysis  AttentionAttention - hyperactivity correlated to early- hyperactivity correlated to early TV exposureTV exposure - even background TV noise cause- even background TV noise cause inattentivenessinattentiveness  BehaviorBehavior  SleepSleep - media content affects sleep- media content affects sleep outcomeoutcome  PlayPlay - decreased opportunity in- decreased opportunity in traditional childhood play andtraditional childhood play and social interactionsocial interaction
  6. 6. Brain Functions Affected by MediaBrain Functions Affected by Media (Maria Theresa Arranz-Lim, MD --- 7(Maria Theresa Arranz-Lim, MD --- 7thth DevPed Biennial Convention)DevPed Biennial Convention)  Memory SystemsMemory Systems > working memory> working memory > long term memory> long term memory  Response SystemsResponse Systems > slow analytic reflective memory> slow analytic reflective memory > fast conceptual reflexive memory> fast conceptual reflexive memory  Language DevelopmentLanguage Development - need for social interaction- need for social interaction  Cognition/ SchoolCognition/ School PerformancePerformance - easy access to shallow info- easy access to shallow info rather than deep analysisrather than deep analysis  AttentionAttention - hyperactivity correlated to early- hyperactivity correlated to early TV exposureTV exposure - even background TV noise cause- even background TV noise cause inattentivenessinattentiveness  BehaviorBehavior  SleepSleep - media content affects sleep- media content affects sleep outcomeoutcome  PlayPlay - decreased opportunity in- decreased opportunity in traditional childhood play andtraditional childhood play and social interactionsocial interaction

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