CategoryTips for parents

Maintaining a routine for children during the school holidays Children, as well as parents, will anticipate the school holiday.  Whether your plan is to stay at home or travel to another location, no doubt that parents will build up some sort of anxiety related to managing their time; and in some cases situations, which might...
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Travel tips for parents with children who have additional needs Parents with children who have additional needs or complex medical conditions, developmental delay and autism share their directives: When traveling with a child at risk of amplified symptoms, learn ahead of time where the nearest medical facility is located in your place of destination. A care...
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How parents can help children with transitions? Understanding the triggers that make children upset at transitions, is the first step to managing them for both kids and adults. As we already know, transitions can be difficult for everyone. But for children with behavior problems, Autism, ADHD or Sensory Processing Difficulties transitioning can become very difficult...
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11 Tips for parents to help children settle into a new school 11 Tips for parents that could help. Many parents face challenges in preparing their child/children for the start of the school day. The following tips should help in combating this challenge and help children settle into a new school easily. 11 Tips for...
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Teacher’s Tips on Child Self-regulation Self-regulation can be defined as the ability to monitor and manage emotions, thoughts, and behaviors. Moreover, the ability to self-regulate helps children focus on tasks, follow instructions and control impulses. The two most common patterns of teen and child self-regulation are that they become over-stressed (hyper-aroused), overactive, moving around consistently...
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