A few weeks ago I attended a workshop presented by a behavior therapist. As it turned out, I went to a conference on the same topic over a year ago. I will describe what I have taken away from these methods in my own words - but please take a look at the links I have provided below. After I learned about this, life with children made a lot more sense to me. Not that this is earth shattering material, but it helped me to better understand the hows, whats and whys of behavior in children, and occasionally husbands. I am in no way an expert in this - just a parent who wants to share a behavior strategy that has worked in our home. I hope to inspire others to explore it further. Any errors in information comes from me and cannot be blamed on the presenters. Also, you may have seen ABA - Applied Behavior Analysis - connected most often with Autism - please do not let this deter you if your child is not autistic. I use these methods with all my children, none of which are labeled au
I met you at Trader Joe's today when I was trying to keep my son from having a meltdown while we were waiting for Mom to find an item. I misunderstood you when you told me about Ben's physical issues (I was thinking he was physically aggressive like our son Justin). Way back when, when the internet was newer and I had maybe a little more time on my hands I had a website for our family. Unfortunately, since I don't use my Roadrunner emails, I missed the email from RR telling me to migrate my website over to their new system, so it got taken down. Luckily, the Internet Wayback Machine had copied my sites, although not all our pictures.
Here's what's left with a little blurb about Justin from several years ago:
I wish you and your family good luck with everything. Nice chatting with you.
Oh wow...what an awesome birthday present! You go mom! (And rock on fire department for doing that!)ReplyDelete