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Tantrum V Meltdown – What Is The Difference?

Tantrum V Meltdown – What Is The Difference?

What is the difference between a tantrum and a meltdown? And what should I do? At first glance, tantrums and meltdowns look very alike, it can be extremely difficult to tell the difference between them. Knowing and understanding this difference...
Behaviour Support During COVID-19

Behaviour Support During COVID-19

Covid-19 has seen the closure of schools and the termination of the home tuition which means our children are missing out on 20 plus hours of learning, social connection and structure a week. To help continue to support the children...
Success At Home: Implementing Routine, Structure & Boundaries

Success At Home: Implementing Routine, Structure & Boundaries

Are you having a hard time creating routine at home right now? Unsure of where to begin with getting structure in place? Trying to get some school work done but finding it hard? Battles over screen time? Noticing difficult behaviour...
Step By Step Toilet Training Starter Pack

Step By Step Toilet Training Starter Pack

Our Step By Step Toilet Training Starter pack was created to give you the key guidance and relevant information needed to decide if it is time to begin toilet training.It may be that your child is starting school in September,...
Our Online Toilet Training Course

Our Online Toilet Training Course

We have finally launched our first online course for parents covering all things Toilet Training!! This course covers the entire toilet training journey from start to finish, it has 4 parts, all under 30 minutes to ensure it is easy...
Repeating Yourself Won’t Work

Repeating Yourself Won’t Work

Stop it, no don’t touch that, put it down, no stop, I told you know. Do you ever find yourself repeating this to your child? Or to the kids in your class? It is something all of us are too...
Managing The ‘Power Struggle’

Managing The ‘Power Struggle’

What are Power Struggles? A power struggle is when a child refuses to do something and the adult continues to insist on the child doing it. The longer it goes on, the less likely the child is to actually complete...
What Is a Bcba? Why a Bcba? When Would You Need a Bcba?

What Is a Bcba? Why a Bcba? When Would You Need a Bcba?

More common terms for a BCBA is behaviour specialist, behaviour consultant or positive behaviour support specialists. BCBA stands for Board Certified Behaviour Analyst.  When seeking a behaviour support, it is recommended to seek a professional who has a BCBA, the...
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