Erin Lynch, MS, OTR/L, Occupational Therapist Hear from an Occupational Therapist about creating positive learning experiences with food.
Behavioral challenges in children can take on many forms, from a toddler who hits to a child who seems to go from 0-60 because their banana wasn’t cut the way they wanted it. But behavioral challenges don’t have to leave you (or your child) feeling powerless. There are ways set children up for success, teach children more appropriate ways to manage their feelings, and set up consistent consequences for disrespectful and aggressive behavior in children. Here you’ll learn how to deal with a child with anger issues, as well as how to discipline a toddler or child who is acting out, without resorting to getting angry yourself.
Helpful & Hopeful: An Interview with Dana Blumberg, OTR/L
Dana Blumberg, OTR/L, SI Certified will address the question: Is it sensory, behavior, or both? Learn to determine the underlying cause and how to respond.
Discipline Is Not A Bad Word!
Many parents today are concerned about disciplining their children. Some don’t want to be “mean,” others don’t want to “damage” their children. Some want to be “friends” with their kids, and others just aren’t sure how to do it. The key in positive discipline and limit setting is to teach cooperation! You can start Read More
Why Isn’t This Working?!
Many parents set up an appointment with me when they are feeling frustrated, exhausted, helpless, or a multitude of other emotions. Most come in to our sessions with an open mind and an open heart, and are willing to try almost anything to make their situations better. One of the first things I tell parents is that “change Read More