Tag: parenting

  • Seeing is Believing: Visual Aids Show Your Child What You Expect

    Are you implementing positive behavior supports to encourage desired behaviors from your child, but he/she still demonstrates challenging behaviors? You may want to consider creating and using visual aids. Many children are visual learners. Even children who are not visual learners benefit from visual aids because they are visually reminded of what is expected of […]

  • Know Thyself: Self-Awareness is a Key Ingredient for Your Child’s Success

    If you look in the mirror and ask yourself, “I don’t like what I am doing, but why do I keep doing it anyway?” you are likely walking along a personal path to self-awareness. Increasing your self-awareness is an essential ingredient to building your child’s positive behaviors that can be achieved by following my RAE […]

  • Catch ‘Em Being Good: The Power of Positive Behavior Supports

    “Don’t hit!” “Don’t shout!” Don’t run away from me!” Are you stuck in the Don’t Do This, Don’t Do That cycle? We are the adults and we expect our children to listen to us. So why do certain behaviors we expect to decrease seem to increase in spite of our best verbal directions? We’re drawing […]