crrespella.pino.pl 2018-03-18 00:00:00
szczególny nacisk kładziemy na innowacyjność i doskonalenie wykorzystywanych narzędzi. Od początku swego istnienia firma realizuje projekty badawcze i rozwojowe, będąc prekursorem nowych rozwiązań w swojej branży. Dzięki współpracy z wiarygodnymi partnerami, odpowiedniemu zapleczu eksperckiemu oraz wsparciu Unii Europejskiej, inwestujemy w nowoczesne technologie i zasoby ludzkie, zapewniając najwyższą jakość naszych usług.

crrespella.pino.pl 2018-03-18 00:00:00

Infolinia czynna w godzinach 7:30-19:00

pati17085.pino.pl 2018-03-18 00:00:00
Podróże to moja pasja
wojkek2003.pino.pl 2018-03-17 00:00:00
Już dziś wystartował projekt radio lotniskowiec! Swoje zadowolenie pozostawcie w komentarzach :)
andzior.pino.pl 2018-03-17 00:00:00
Dzisiaj robimy naleśniki, oczywiście w kuchni.
csmpneumatics.pino.pl 2018-03-14 00:00:00
Zapraszamy na kurs z komputerowego wspomagania rysunku technicznego typu CAD. Program nasz przewiduje 20 godzin lekcyjnych intensywnego szkolenia z uwzględnieniem zagadnień wykorzystywanych i stosowanych w przemyśle. Możliwe szkolenie indywidualne lub w małej grupie - do 4 osób. Prowadzimy szkolenie na takim oprogramowaniu, na jakim Państwo pracują. Posiadamy własny sprzęt szkoleniowy. Oferta skierowana jest zarówno dla osób indywidualnych jak i firm. Mamy wieloletnie doświadczenie w pracy w przemyśle oraz szkole. Zapraszamy!!!
csmpneumatics.pino.pl 2018-03-14 00:00:00
Uwaga GRATIS!!!! PROMOCJA!!!!
Zapraszamy do wzięcia udziału w projekcie podnoszącym kwalifikacje zawodowe z zakresu mechatroniki. Poszukujemy osób w wieku 15-29 z wielkopolski, bezrobotnych, bez wyższego wykształcenia, nie uczących się stacjonarnie. Dla uczestników przewidziano stypendium oraz staże zawodowe i możliwość zatrudnienia . Szkolenie odbywać się będzie w Grodzisku i pozwoli Wam pozyskać obszerną wiedzę z zakresu:
- programowania sterowników PLC
- obsługi urządzeń mechatronicznych
- projektowania CAD.
Chętnych zapraszamy do kontaktu.
csmpneumatics.pino.pl 2018-03-14 00:00:00

Uwaga GRATIS!!!! PROMOCJA!!!!
Zapraszamy do wzięcia udziału w projekcie podnoszącym kwalifikacje zawodowe z zakresu mechatroniki. Poszukujemy osób w wieku 15-29 z wielkopolski, bezrobotnych, bez wyższego wykształcenia, nie uczących się stacjonarnie. Dla uczestników przewidziano stypendium oraz staże zawodowe i możliwość zatrudnienia . Szkolenie odbywać się będzie w Grodzisku i pozwoli Wam pozyskać obszerną wiedzę z zakresu:
- programowania sterowników PLC
- obsługi urządzeń mechatronicznych
- projektowania CAD.
Chętnych zapraszamy do kontaktu.
kkkxd.pino.pl 2018-03-14 00:00:00
Witam cię na mojej stronie!
andrescott.pino.pl 2018-03-14 00:00:00
Civic disability support has an exceptional position to notice if a child is not developing through regular phases or milestones. When there is a chance that a child has a developmental delay, Youth Living Skills have the responsibility to go over their issues with the child’s family right away.

Children develop very fast. If a child has a special need which affects her growth, it’s best not to take a “wait and see” approach. Getting professional help early for kids can make a tremendous difference in their well-being, their learning, and their later development. Sharing a concern about a child’s development with a parent is never easy, but it can be a significant method for child support providers to make sure that children get the early intervention they need.

Parents sometimes rely on youth living skills for expert guidance. When a parent comes to you having a concern about a child’s development, listen respectfully. Simply take a few days to see the kid, and see if you observe the same issues. Share what you see with the parent, and talk about what to do next.

If you’re the person who has concerns about a child’s development and will need to bring up an issues with a parent, then show them the same respect. Describe your concerns gently. Encourage them to observe the child, and permit them some time to find out if they notice the things you are sharing with them together.

Specific Methods for Communicating Concerns with Parents

Below are some tips for talking to parents about your concerns for a child’s development:

Select a time and place where you can able to talk alone. Share your thoughts in person; this is not a conversation to get on the phone. If you remain responsible for children during this time, ask another adult to supervise them.

Ensure both parents and you have sufficient time to talk. This should not be done in a rush as a parent is hurrying out the door to get to work. You might choose to schedule this conversation ahead of time. You might say, “Ann, I often have regular chats through the year with parents to get to know them better, discuss how their kids are adjusting to child support, or just general things we need to get in touch on. It is time to organize a chat with you. I wonder if you’d have time this week to drop by in the afternoon?”.

Be ready for strong feelings. Parents often sense there might be a problem but are afraid to discuss it. Frequently they might not understand how to place their concerns into phrases. Sometimes they are unfamiliar with typical ages and stages and do not realize that some of their kid’s behavior is not typical. This is particularly true for young parents who might not have other kids. Parents may also be concerned that if their kid does have a special need, you may no longer wish to give child care for their child.

Be affectionate, supportive, and respectful. Some parents might be relieved to visit with you, personally but others could be defensive or scared. Showing respect and warmth can help parents trust and listen to everything you need to share.
Begin by saying something positive about the child. You may point out several things you love about the kid – his smile, curiosity, love of puzzles. Or you may mention something positive that the kid did lately such as helping a buddy or learning a song. Say something positive about the child’s relationship with the parent. When things go wrong, parents sometimes they tend to blame themselves. Pointing out the positives helps reassure them that they are good parents. You may say, “Ann, Jane appears to have a true interest with puzzles. She’s so skilled at them. Tell me, have you ever worked with her on this? I can tell that you seem to have a true interest in helping Jane grow and develop”.

Ask if parents have questions or concerns about how the kid appears to be growing. Quietly and respectfully request the parents to discuss what they have seen. Who, what, when, where, how queries can allow you to collect more info and help pupils focus on the matter. You may say, "I wonder if you've had any worries about Jason being able to comprehend exactly what you say?" Or "Perhaps you have noticed if Sara appears to be having difficulty hearing loud sounds or people speaking? Tell me everything you've noticed." You may also state, "Just how long has this been occurring? When does this appear to happen? Has anybody else noticed this? Where does this appear to occur most?"

Discuss your observations and concerns. Do this just after the parents have had an opportunity to speak. In case it makes you feel comfortable, practice what you'll say ahead.