Parents often use both reinforcement and punishment as tools to modify their children's behavior or to help when working to improve their developmental skills, like sensory processing or fine motor skills. The main purpose of both negative and positive reinforcement is to boost the rate of specific behavior, but they have various differences and similarities. …Read more
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Children develop fine motor skills at various rates. However, if your child is struggling with fine motor skills, they could have difficulties using their fingertips to move objects, grasping pencils or utensils and using scissors and other tools. Tying shoelaces could be a problem as well. If you want to help your child develop their…Read more
While it can be a lot of fun to spend time with your child (or children) when they're home, it can also be tiring. This is particularly true when you have a hyperactive child and limitations of what you can do outdoors - especially in light of the COVID-19 social distancing requirements. If you're concerned…Read more
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