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References for Parenting After Brain Injury

References:

  • Grose, M. (1998). Parenting ideas. Melbourne. The Australian Council for Educational Research Ltd.
  • Grose, M. (1998). Parenting ideas 2. Melbourne. The Australian Council for Educational Research Ltd.
  • Illawarra Brain Injury Service Parenting Program
  • Markie-Dadds, C., Sanders, M.R., and Turner, K.M.T. (2001). Every Parent's Self-Help Workbook. Milton. Families International Publishing Pty Ltd.
  • NSW Commission for Children and Young People. Babysitting guide for young people. (Internet site)
  • Phelan, T.W. (2003). 1-2-3 Magic: Effective discipline for children 2-12 (3rd ed). Illinois, U.S.A., ParentMagic, Inc.
  • Phelan, T.W. (2004). 1-2-3 Magic: Managing difficult behaviour in children 2-12 (DVD). Illinois, U.S.A., ParentMagic, Inc.
  • Phelan, T.W. (2004). More 1-2-3 Magic: Managing difficult behaviour in children 2-12 (DVD). Illinois, U.S.A., ParentMagic, Inc.
  • Child Development Institute: http://www.childdevelopmentinfo.com/
  • Kids Spot Australia: http://www.kidspot.com.au
  • Child and Youth Health: http://www.cyh.com

Acknowledgements:

We acknowledge that in the development of the Acquired Brain Injury Outreach Service (ABIOS) Parenting afer Brain Injury Fact Sheets we have incorporated ideas from the 1-2-3 Magic Program and The Triple P program.


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Last updated: 8 August 2017