Category: Education, Reference,
A Guide to Navigating Childhood Development and Wellbeing
By: Dr. Niru Prasad
$5.00 – $17.99
About the Book
For parents, it is a great joy to see their children start a new life in college. There is a lot of excitement for our students in the beginning as they enjoy independence. It is important for our students to follow good discipline patterns that help develop self-control, efficacy, good character and become good citizens of the world.
About the Author
My background is in pediatrics and emergency medicine. I received my medical degree in India and did my residency and fellowship at Children’s Hospital in Michigan. I am board certified in pediatric and emergency medicine, currently a retired emeritus pediatrician with Beaumont Hospital, contingent senior staff pediatrician at Henry Ford and St. Joseph Hospitals. I am a member of the Academy of Pediatrics, American Medical Association of Michigan and Oakland Medical Society. I am privileged to have received physician recognition awards from AMA, honouree to 2019 Women’s Physician Excellence Award, Blue Cross Angel Caring Award, and inductee to Heritage Hall of Fame of Detroit.
During my over 50 years of clinical practice and meeting challenges while treating children’s illnesses and accidents, I learned the important role that prevention plays in avoiding illness and accidents. I started writing health related articles, radio talk shows and producing my own TV show Health Talk as a community outreach effort to help guide our community toward safe and healthy childhood development.
This book is a guide to navigating childhood development for parents and caretakers who are raising their children during preschool, middle and high school years.