After reading The Connected Child, by Karyn Purvis, please answer these questions to be entered into a drawing to win a discount off of your hosting fees.

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* 1. First and Last Name

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* 2. Child(ren) Hosting:

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* 3. Which is NOT a true statement about touch?

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* 4. Which is NOT a way to help a child with attachment issues learn to relate to others?

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* 5. To develop attachment skills, your child will need:

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* 6. Your child is challenging your parental authority by being sassy, controlling or uncooperative. You try using a lighthearted tone of voice to remind the child who is in charge. Your child still refuses to self-correct. Which is the best choice?

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* 7. Which is more damaging to an infant and can cause reduced immune function and social incompetence, disrupted neural development, and reduce reproductive abilities?

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* 8. Children learn self awareness better when parents:

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* 9. It is unlikely that two insecurely attached adoptive parents will be able to help an attachment disordered child heal and develop into a securely attached family member.

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* 10. Different types of care build on each other to heal an at-risk child. Before the child can progress to the pinnacle – and become fully connected to himself, his family, and the world around him – all the lower levels must be achieved. Levels of care that build upon each other are (from the bottom to the top of the pyramid):

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* 11. Ways to prevent sensory overload include:

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* 12. Adopted and foster children can bring with them: abandonment, loss, grief issues; attachment dysfunctions; fear; anger; flashbacks and post traumatic stress; anxiety; neurological alterations; cognitive impairments; coordination and motor skill problems; shame; depression.

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* 13. Nurturing is vital to every child’s well-being, and especially to an at-risk child whose self- image and emotional equilibrium are already fragile. Which is NOT a way to nurture an at- risk child?

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* 14. Many at-risk children don’t understand how to modulate their own behaviors. They cannot distinguish between a shout or a whisper, a rough touch or a soft touch, a mean facial expression or a soft facial expression. Select the answer that best describes which is NOT the best way to help coach a child and show them how to be kind and gentle?

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