Some children may need help managing self injurious behaviors or other sensitivities. Learn how to manage these issues through discipline and calming strategies.
Toddler won’t listen? Stay calm, be consistent, and model good behavior. Here are strategies to help you when your toddler doesn’t listen to you.
When a baby becomes clingy all of a sudden it can be exhausting. Remain calm and learn ways to support your child through this normal phase of development.
Disciplining a child with autism involves using consistent, gentle discipline techniques and understanding your child’s specific needs and behaviors.
Autism, Behavior, Visual Impairment
Parents of children who are blind and autistic often face unique challenges when it comes to managing behavioral issues. Many traditional behavioral management techniques rely on visual supports, which can...
Does your child worry a lot? Cognitive distortions in kids can negatively impact mood and behaviors. Learn how to help your child overcome negative thinking.
There are many remedies to handle your child’s sensory meltdown. They vary based on the environment and the type of sensitivities your child experiences.
Self help skills are behaviors or activities performed by your child which lead to them developing more independence and autonomy.
There are many ways you can use positive parenting to nurture your child’s gifts for leadership when parenting a strong-willed toddler.
A clingy toddler is a result of the healthy bond between parent and child. With the right tools you can help your precious one cope and set them up for...
Behavior, Sensory Activities
A sensory room is a special space where children with sensory processing disorders or other sensory impairments can focus on limited sensory stimuli.
Nighttime separation anxiety in toddlers is normal. Teach your child coping mechanisms so they can learn to manage these big feelings.
Behavior, Special Needs
Lesley Potgieter writes about the emotional development of children with special needs. As we focus on our children's cognitive and physical development, are we ignoring their emotional development?
Self injurious behaviors are, unfortunately, not unusual for kids with special needs. These behaviors could be anything from biting, hitting or even banging their head on the walls or furniture....