If you want to get your child through the teen years successfully, you're going to have to have a fully engaged partnership.
Publication dates dete.rmine the chronological order of events, and splints are defined according to the ASHT Splint Classification System.
Purposes of splinting are analyzed and listed according to frequency of citation in splint manuals and books, and a historical review of splinting practice describes splints, events, and persons who influenced the evolution of splinting from the time of Hippocrates through the 20th century.
Factors influencing splint development include disease, political conflict, advancements in medicine and technology, agency and organizational decision making, centers of practice, and availability of information.
Infection, polio, war, technology, plastics, surgical advances, soft tissue remodeling, anatomy, biomechanics, government agencies, hand centers, seminars, professional organizations, publications, and a classification system have all played important roles in 20th century splinting practice.
The teen years are a long, natural rite of passage.
Childhood intersects with adulthood as kids seek and gain more independence and responsibility.
Meanwhile, Bex's 18-year-old sister is an academic whiz going to college, and her 14-year-old brother is learning to manage his ADHD. Taylor-Klaus, who discovered as an adult that she'd been struggling with ADHD for years, explains, "We're honest with each other.
I know my son doesn't like schoolwork, and I know it's difficult," she says, "so I let him get annoyed and frustrated. I just want him to understand it's part of his job to learn how to do it.
"Just listen and let him know he's being heard," she adds.