According to the author of Parenting Speaks Practical and Functional Interventional Recipes, Sandra Thompson defines consistency as the act of doing and or following the SAME steps, routine and providing reinforcement despite challenges, environment and person.
The struggle to move forward as you reclaim your parenting joys can be challenging, yet I am here to tell you, “Trust the Process!” No matter what it looks like during your journey, keep believing and putting in the
Just because they aren’t fully engaged doesn’t mean you leave them alone. Engagement happens when the opportunity is presented and adapted to meet them where they are. Be flexible, yet establish an expectation
Hello Fellow Blog Followers! I am excited to share this tip as it relates to my upcoming series event, Empowering Parents.
Remembering to take care of yourself is not always your first thought as a caretaker. For you to be able to care for others, you have to be strong and grounded mentally, emotionally and physically.
The new year usually brings lots of pressure to make a change in some aspect of your life. Well this year do not stress yourself by making unrealistic goals
The process of learning is to learn, practice and improve. When your child learns functional skills, it is essential to practice often. Learned skills are at risk; use it or lose it! As a parent,
Parents the struggle of finding a motivator for your child is probably one of your biggest challenges. I totally understand your frustration and feeling of defeat. In truth, the biggest challenge of finding a motivator is
Hello!Hope you all are doing well. This past weekend events were eye opening for me. Why you ask? I felt joy because I allowed myself to stop long enough to recognize that
Hello! Hope you all are doing well. It’s been a while since my last post. I have been enjoying my summer helping children expand their abilities and empowering parents to reclaim their