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Child

For tax purposes, the term child includes the taxpayer's son, duaghter, stepchild, eligible foster child, or a descedant of any of them, or an adopted child. It also includes the taxpayer's brother, sister, half brother, half sister, stepbrother, stepsister, or a descendant of any of them.
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The last condition is young children's engagement in well-developed make-believe play.
School counselors can serve an important role in, on one hand, reassuring and educating parents regarding measures taken at school to insure children's safety and, on the other hand, alerting school officials to safety concerns that need attention.
I purposefully selected interview questions that, as I spoke with these children's parents, would give me insight into their home environments.
While it was impossible to observe and record everything that went on in each storytime, participant observation worked well to capture significant episodes of the children's naturally occurring behavior.
Structured behavioral intervention to increase children's adherence to treatment for latent tuberculosis infection.
Environmental Protection Agency established a national network of Centers for Children's Environmental Health and Disease Prevention Research, now 11 in number.
When multicultural book sales began to fall in the late '80s, market analysts explained that multicultural children's books were a passing trend.
As camp professionals, our role is to educate our staff about children's mental health problems, teach them how to observe with an open mind, and to facilitate communication to parents.
In addition the Child and Adolescent Statute of 1990 replaced the previous juvenile criminal code (Codigo de Menores) to specify that children's rights to a dignified life should be upheld.
In 1956, Holt International Children's Services was started, furthering the adoption of Korean children; that agency remains active.
They want to ensure there is an accurate tool to measure that group of children's progress relative to the grade level objectives.
This understanding is important for a number of reasons including (1) the effect of parents' decisions on children's well-being, (2) enhanced self-esteem for fathers when they are actively involved with their children, and (3) the advantages for mothers when there is a second parent to help with child-raising.

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