young child may feel threatened or afraid 9 child may feel bad about himself 10

Young child may feel threatened or afraid 9 child may

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young child may feel threatened or afraid 9. child may feel bad about himself 10. . child may not understand what is expected of her 11. child will take out her developmental “issues” on the parent she feels closest to. (this means the child feels safe with you and this is a good sign) 17. Name & describe a few tools for getting cooperation - Use active listening: a verbal response to the child that is used when the child has a problem/need
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(e.g., the child is upset, angry, frustrated, crying, etc.). -2 parts of active listening 18. Steps for limit-setting - The two strategies outlined below are useful when the above techniques aren’t enough to get children to change their behavior. 3 step limiting: Step 1: explain rule as need arises; Jan trikes aren’t for crashing, it can hurt you and the trike, you CAN ride the trike” Step2: if limit is disregarded, state consequences for continued disregard of the limit, Jan trikes aren’t for crashing, if you crash again you’ll need to find something else to do
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Step 3 : if limit is still disregarded, follow through, with the consequence (discuss why it isn’t ok to crash: stay with child to redir4ect them to another activities. 6 step limiting (first three are above) Setp4: have the child take responsibility for deciding for herself when she can control herself and return. Step5: Go with her and help her be successful when she does go back so she has experience of substituting acceptable or unacceptable behaviors. Step6 : follow through with suspending the privilege if child repeats behavior. 16 positive Guidance Techniques: 1. Use “I” message 2. Use positive reinforcing 3. Redirect behavior 4. Distraction 5. Negotiate when you can 6. Give “closed” choices 7. Use “Yes, When- thens” 8. Give transitional warnings 9. Say “YES!” 10. Other helpful phrases “I need you to…. Because” 11. Use humor 12. Set up routines 13. Limit- setting with consequence 14. Teach/model behavior 15. Give children encouragement
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16. Make everyday tasks more interesting 19. 3 types of challenging behaviors & appropriate responses: 1. Aggressive Behaviors 2. Biting Why?
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Appropriate response:
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Meltdowns
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Appropriate response:
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