What are the triggers of outbursts and meltdowns? What is the meaning behind them and what really goes on in your child’s mind when the anger, shouting and aggression starts? Here is a short list of the most important things every parent should know about the outbursts children have when
It can be scary. The day your child turns against you. What did you do wrong? What could have triggered this anger, this aggression? But have no fear. Take adeep breath. Here are three things to make you feel OK with your role as a parent again. It’s not your
Bedtime. Parents dread it, but no more than parents with special needs children. My son Jon is 15 and has Autism and PDA. He loves is laptop and can’t wait to hook up with friends all over the world and play war games, battles and recreate WW2 flying planes, sailing
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