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Changing Problem Behavior into Positive Behavior
Many children with and without disabilities behave in ways that cause problems and are difficult for parents to manage. Children with disabilities are more at risk than others of developing behavior problems. These can be dramatic like hitting, kicking and yelling. Children can also show more subtle behavior problems such as constantly demanding attention, becoming upset with separated or being inactive or unmotivated. Other problem behavior can include self-harm, self-stimulation or repetitive behaviors. Problem behaviors can be harmful for a child, interfere with children’s growth and development and sometimes be disruptive for the family as a whole. It is important to try to change or manage these behaviors. Join the School Readiness Program, AT NO COST, through Zoom as we discuss ideas on understanding why a particular behavior is occurring and practical suggestions on how to promote alternative, desirable behavior.
Triple P, Positive Parenting for Parents or Caregivers of Children 0-8 years.
Class will be offered in morning and evening sessions! Join us at either 11:00am-12:00pm or 5:00pm-6:00pm. Please register using Zoom link below or contact us at [email protected] Registration is good for both morning and evening sessions.