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Identifying Child Development Issues and Setting Your Teen Up For Success Real Talk With Susan & Kristina

    • Education

In this episode of Real Talk, KJK Student Defense Attorneys Susan Stone and Kristina Supler are joined by Dr. Zizzy Bucchieri, a Board-Certified Pediatrician at Senders Pediatrics for over 21 years.  They discuss parenting at different stages.  The conversation includes detecting developmental issues,, the ideal course of action to manage developmental issues, and effective means to make parenting easier. Links Mentioned In the Show: Senders Pediatrics Help Me Grow (National) Help Me Grow (Ohio) KJK Student Defense Show Notes: How to spot developmental issues in your child early on (02:21) Crawling: Is it really a milestone? (04:07) When should your child be able to say their first words? (05:33) The organization which provides free infant & toddler screening for any developmental, physical issues, etc. (06:31) The best type of play for your child according to a pediatrician (07:01) Why how a child plays alone is not an indicator of a developmental issue (08:39) The age at which parents need to start observing for signs of developmental issues in their kids (10:14) Why early intervention is key to helping your child manage developmental issues (10:35) Early recognition of attention deficit disorder (ADD) and oppositional defiant disorder in children (12:16) Why spanking is a form of discipline that actually does more harm than good (15:50) The most effective way to discipline kids Dr. Bucchieri has found to be (17:11) When you know you need to seek professional help for your child (19:13) Why the parent of caregiver’s perspective is essential in diagnosis (21:56) Social warning signs that can potentially be indicators of autism spectrum disorder (23:00) How to foster independence in kids (25:26) Why parents should allow their kids to be more autonomous when it comes to homework (27:48) Family meetings and their significance in intervention (29:30) Distinguishing the fine line between over-parenting and regular support for your children (31:04) Why Dr. Zizzy Bucchieri recommends teaching money management to teens before college (32:51) Sleep and its role in your child’s development (33:26) Factors to consider when discerning whether or not to allow your teen to get their license (36:15) Why every parent should follow Senders Pediatrics (38:43) Susan Stone: Welcome back to Real Talk with Susan Stone and Kristina Supler. We're full-time moms and attorneys bringing our student defense legal practice to life with real candid conversations. Today's topic is understanding normal child development from birth to college. From the perspective of our guest speaker, Dr. Elizabeth Bucchieri affectionately known to us as our friend Zizzy.  Dr. Zizzy Bucchieri: Hi, thank you so much for having me 
Kristina Supler: Zizzy, we're so pleased to have you with us today. For our listeners out there, Zizzy has been a pediatrician for the last 21 years at Senders Pediatrics. She's she's one smart cookie. She went to Princeton university and then Columbia college of physicians and surgeons.
Kristina Supler: She completed her residency at Johns Hopkins. She has two grown children and she's an, I have really had the pleasure of getting to nosy better through a women's retreat weekend that we participated on at, in, at a camp in New Hampshire, it was a blast and we spent time hiking and doing fun outdoor activities and got to knows Izzy better.
Kristina Supler: So we're so pleased to have you join us today in your capacity as a pediatrician. Thanks for joining us. 
Dr. Zizzy Bucchieri: Thank you for having me. 
Susan Stone: I'm going to start with an age group that I haven't had the privilege of being with now that my kids are old, it's birth through toddler, the toddler years, those cute little people.
Susan Stone: Can you tell us? It's so hard to know, and I hate using this word, but what is considered and I'm quote, unquote, normal childhood development from birth through the toddler years and what are signs of what might be a

In this episode of Real Talk, KJK Student Defense Attorneys Susan Stone and Kristina Supler are joined by Dr. Zizzy Bucchieri, a Board-Certified Pediatrician at Senders Pediatrics for over 21 years.  They discuss parenting at different stages.  The conversation includes detecting developmental issues,, the ideal course of action to manage developmental issues, and effective means to make parenting easier. Links Mentioned In the Show: Senders Pediatrics Help Me Grow (National) Help Me Grow (Ohio) KJK Student Defense Show Notes: How to spot developmental issues in your child early on (02:21) Crawling: Is it really a milestone? (04:07) When should your child be able to say their first words? (05:33) The organization which provides free infant & toddler screening for any developmental, physical issues, etc. (06:31) The best type of play for your child according to a pediatrician (07:01) Why how a child plays alone is not an indicator of a developmental issue (08:39) The age at which parents need to start observing for signs of developmental issues in their kids (10:14) Why early intervention is key to helping your child manage developmental issues (10:35) Early recognition of attention deficit disorder (ADD) and oppositional defiant disorder in children (12:16) Why spanking is a form of discipline that actually does more harm than good (15:50) The most effective way to discipline kids Dr. Bucchieri has found to be (17:11) When you know you need to seek professional help for your child (19:13) Why the parent of caregiver’s perspective is essential in diagnosis (21:56) Social warning signs that can potentially be indicators of autism spectrum disorder (23:00) How to foster independence in kids (25:26) Why parents should allow their kids to be more autonomous when it comes to homework (27:48) Family meetings and their significance in intervention (29:30) Distinguishing the fine line between over-parenting and regular support for your children (31:04) Why Dr. Zizzy Bucchieri recommends teaching money management to teens before college (32:51) Sleep and its role in your child’s development (33:26) Factors to consider when discerning whether or not to allow your teen to get their license (36:15) Why every parent should follow Senders Pediatrics (38:43) Susan Stone: Welcome back to Real Talk with Susan Stone and Kristina Supler. We're full-time moms and attorneys bringing our student defense legal practice to life with real candid conversations. Today's topic is understanding normal child development from birth to college. From the perspective of our guest speaker, Dr. Elizabeth Bucchieri affectionately known to us as our friend Zizzy.  Dr. Zizzy Bucchieri: Hi, thank you so much for having me 
Kristina Supler: Zizzy, we're so pleased to have you with us today. For our listeners out there, Zizzy has been a pediatrician for the last 21 years at Senders Pediatrics. She's she's one smart cookie. She went to Princeton university and then Columbia college of physicians and surgeons.
Kristina Supler: She completed her residency at Johns Hopkins. She has two grown children and she's an, I have really had the pleasure of getting to nosy better through a women's retreat weekend that we participated on at, in, at a camp in New Hampshire, it was a blast and we spent time hiking and doing fun outdoor activities and got to knows Izzy better.
Kristina Supler: So we're so pleased to have you join us today in your capacity as a pediatrician. Thanks for joining us. 
Dr. Zizzy Bucchieri: Thank you for having me. 
Susan Stone: I'm going to start with an age group that I haven't had the privilege of being with now that my kids are old, it's birth through toddler, the toddler years, those cute little people.
Susan Stone: Can you tell us? It's so hard to know, and I hate using this word, but what is considered and I'm quote, unquote, normal childhood development from birth through the toddler years and what are signs of what might be a

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