Helping the ODD child make positive decisions

Helping the ODD child make positive decisions

Helping the ODD child make positive decisions Children with oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) are constantly making decisions throughout the day, which is why it is important to have ODD parenting strategies that teaches an effective way to make positive decisions....

6 things to know about ODD in children

6 things to know about ODD in children

6 things to know about ODD in children Parents have a difficult time watching their children struggle. ODD is one of the many disorders that afflict children and their families. If you believe your defiant child may have ODD here are 6 things you need to know about...

Improve family relationships by setting family goals

Improve family relationships by setting family goals

Improve family relationships by setting family goals Another year is here with so many opportunities for family growth as families that set goals together tend to be successful. Your family’s success is the most important goal you can set if you think deeply about it....

Behavior management strategies for children with ODD

Behavior management strategies for children with ODD

Behavior management strategies for children with ODD Children who have been diagnosed with Oppositional Defiance Disorder (ODD) exhibit both emotional and behavioral symptoms. ODD children are prone to losing their temper and become angry and irritable easily. They...

Using words to describe behavior to help autistic child

Using words to describe behavior to help autistic child

Using words to describe behavior to help autistic child The skill of Observe and Describe is a simple, clear way to describe behavior your child is doing, whether positive or negative. The skill helps to avoid escalation, labeling your child (lousy, good), or asking...

Does my child have Autism? Signs of Autism in Children

Does my child have Autism? Signs of Autism in Children

Does my child have Autism? Signs of Autism in Children Does my child have Autism is a common question many parents ask. According to the National Autism Association, Autism can range from very mild to very severe and occurs in all ethnic, socioeconomic and age groups....

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