Posts Tagged ‘adult-child interactions’
Catchphrase – How can you help?
Sometimes it’s hard to find just the right words to say. These catch phrases can help by offering you go-to phrases in stressful situations. How can you help? Context: Looking across the playground, you see someone who needs help with something. You naturally want to help them. Instead, you resist the urge. This is an…Read More
Now is not a good time to go to the emergency room
Invitation to Dig Deeper: Comment, “Now is not a good time to go to the emergency room.” It may have just come out of your mouth. Your child was doing something risky and you thought, “Now is not a good time to go to the emergency room.” So you said it. You’re not a bad parent,…Read More
Why practice continuity of care?
Our Neighborhood practices continuity of care, a system of keeping children and teachers together from infancy until age three. This practice is backed by research that tells us there are many benefits. Continuity of care promotes healthy brain development. It allows caregivers a deeper knowledge of the children and reduces stress on children and families.…Read More
Managing Others Interactions with Your Child
Parent Question: I am reaching out to see if you can point me to some resources for approaching parents who are disrespectful to children. I had a parent recently speak really aggressively to E and I didn’t want to react in the moment, and make a misstep. But now I would like to thoughtfully respond…Read More