Parent Guidance and Counselling

Parenting is Joy (Small change can bring a big effect) Positive parenting is important not only to bring up the child but intended for the bringing the child to a responsible family member and a citizen, prevention of social, emotional and behavioral problems in childhood, the prevention of child maltreatment, and the strengthening of parenting and parental confidence
  •  Read the milestone chart and follow it up with updated information and professional. Check occasionally on the red flag sign of developmental problems. Contact Early interventionist if required.
  • Don’t force the child to compete…it is world of competition but let the child decide the area to compete. Help in to find his talent and carve path for himself with appropriate guidance not force.
  • Listen to child… child is the father of nature.
  • Maintain a healthy and growing environment at does not include expensive toys etc but more of psychological support. Guide them how to be responsible
  •  Academic is important but child overall development is must
  •  Dealing with tantrums with patient and try to divert the child and enhance communication
  •  Play is important for learning, learning through play (leadership, sharing, cooperation, turn taking, team building, self esteem)
  •  Positive discipline
  •  Avoid sibling rivalry
  •  Professional parents should balance the time and children are equal responsibility of mother and father and family. Business and work problems and frustration should not directly reach to child and affect them. Streamline the problems.
  •  Spend quality time with the child. Always be available when the child needs you the most.
  •  Teach your child new skills by first showing the skill yourself, then giving your child opportunities to learn the new skill. For example, speak politely to each other in the home. Then, prompt your child to speak politely (e.g., say “please” or “thank you”), and praise your child for their efforts.
  •  If your child misbehaves, stay calm and give them a clear instruction to stop misbehaving and tell them what you would like them to do instead (e.g., “Stop fighting; play nicely with each other.” Praise your child if they stop. If they do not stop, follow through with an appropriate consequence. Instruction should be clear and physical. Many commands at a moment could be disturbing.
  •  Help your children experience the delight in giving

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