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Table of Contents 1. Introduction Part I: Positive Routine Management 2. What is the PRM approach? Part II: Communication and behaviour 3. The importance of communication 4. Lines of communication 5. The learning ladder 6. Consistency 7. Role playing 8. Learning to understand your child 9. Play Communication encyclopaedia Part III: Sleep 10. All about sleep 11. Time for bed 12. When sleep is happening 13. Emotional times Sleep encyclopaedia Further resources Index
Having loved, cared for and understood babies since her little sister was born when she was nine, Sheyne Rowley went on to study Early Childhood Development, and has a Diploma in Social Science. From there she became Chief Program Coordinator in the 0-2 room at the ABC TV childcare centre, before moving to the UK. There, Sheyne started working with families with multiple births, and it was here that she discovered that children behave quite differently in their own homes, and that it is their home life, routines and family experiences that shape their behaviour. After returning to Australia, Sheyne eventually set up her Sleep Baby Sleep Service and seven years later she cannot keep up with demand. Sheyne's book The Dream Baby Guide is a bestseller.