Managing Children's Behaviour when Parenting After Brain Inury
|Parenting can be rewarding, but it is also a challenging job. |
As parents we need to have realistic expectations of our children.
These expectations will be different for each child depending on
their age and level of development.
The following fact sheets provide both information and practical strategies to help you to manage children's behaviour and encourage positive relationships with your children.
Family Rules (pdf, 340kb)
Giving Praise (pdf, 321kb)
Encouraging START behaviours: Involving children in jobs and chores (pdf, 360kb)
Sharing (pdf, 309kb)
Managing behaviours that you want to STOP (pdf, 330kb)
Interrupting (pdf, 308kb)
Planned Ignoring (pdf, 276kb)
Sibling Rivalry (pdf, 291kb)
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