Questions that Parents Should Ask So, your doctor is recommending medication for your child but you have many questions. In the doctor’s office you most likely will be taking in information at such a fast pace that you may not think of...Read More
To play is to learn in a child’s world. For healthy development, a child must be given an enormous amount of time to play each and every day. In our world of high achievers, childhood play unfortunately tends to fall by the wayside. It...Read More
Is there a difference? Well, actually, yes! It is very important for parents and teachers to understand the differences between tantrums and meltdowns. Although they can consist of similar behaviors like yelling, crying, hitting, spitting, or...Read More
You Can’t Take it Back: A visual approach to help your child understand the consequences of what they say!
Many young children are visual learners. Often times, when upset, kids will say things that they don’t really mean. (Ok, who are we kidding, some adults do this too!) Today I’d like to share with you two strategies to help provide...Read More