If learning is harder for your child then their behaviour is more likely to be challenging

challenging behaviour

You can probably relate to this situation. You go to a supermarket and your child wants you to buy the packet of lollies at the register. Your answer is “No”: You don’t want your child eating lollies! You’re in charge, you’re the parent and you’ve said “no”. But your child isn’t taking “no” for an answer. You repeat yourself: “No”. They get louder and more demanding. You don’t want your child to be making a scene. You have to work out what to do next. […]

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