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a special program of the National Emergency Medicine Association (NEMA)

VISIT OUR "HEART OF THE MATTER" RADIO PROGRAM SIGHT FOR MORE INFORMATION ON Child RELATED ISSUES

Kids Do Matter has published the "The Little Book of Parenting"

Our newest program, small pages with big advise on good parenting from infant to teen. This convenient guide includes information on:

What physical and emotional stages to expect as your child grows.
What to consider in selecting baby-sitters and daycare.
How to discipline positively.
How to respond to specific parenting issues and concerns.
Where to go for help when you can't do it alone.
Additional suggested resources and references.

Good parenting is hard work and sometimes we just don't know what to expect or what to do."The Little Book of Parenting" gives you answers and suggestions and helps you create your own help directory for quick and easy references, specifically for your child. You will want to keep it close by and use it often as you and your child grow together, experiencing the best life has to offer.

For information on ordering this publication, contact us at our address below.
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Professionals dealing with children need to read the information
on our video concerning kids and gun violence:

"In A Flash" - The Video is now available to all middle schools - click "In A Flash"(below) for more information..

NEMA has created a video/resource package for nationwide distribution to all middle schools. This tool will accurately educate our 11 to 14 year old population about the reality of using guns to resolve conflict. Graphically depicting the permanent physical, emotional and social trauma of living life as a gun shot victim. The video shows viewers the real truth - not the Hollywood version.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON "In A Flash"

Support

NEMA is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization. We receive no federal funding but are supported exclusively through the generosity of private donors across the country.To support the life saving efforts of the National Emergency Medicine Association, you may send your donations or make your bequest to our address on our HOME PAGE.

 

 

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Last modified: January 06, 2022