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Is someone you love (from birth to age 12) needing some help and support with their needs, behaviour or well-being at school or home?
I am a very experienced SENCo and Advisory Teacher. Please let me know if you need my advice and support.
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Parents often ask me why everything takes so long.
Referrals to Counsellors, Paediatricians, Speech and Language Therapists, Educational Psychologists and CAMHS all lose valuable time for your child when you think they need help NOW!
If this is your (primary or nursery aged) child, please give me a call or drop me an email.
I can give you lots of ideas and suggestions to support your child whilst they are waiting for further assessment. Initial 10 minute chat completely free! No obligation whatsoever. Check me out here first https://www.thechildsperspective.co.uk/
Now I will be waiting to hear from YOU! firstname.lastname@example.org or 07746 756871.
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Why does my child swear? Many children learn swear words in the same way that they develop language so will pick it up from other people. The reason they keep doing it is because it has a dramatic effect on others-making it worth repeating!
My advice here then would be to tell your child “Mummy/Daddy are not listening when you use those words. We will listen next time, when you choose good words.” Also, praise them often for making good word choices and try to avoid any kind of reaction to the swearing. This may involve having to leave the room, to laugh. You have been warned!
Don’t forget that children learn by copying-so don’t be surprised when they copy something you have said when you are driving or with your friends and you think they aren’t listening!
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For many children, holding themselves together at school leads to meltdowns at home time. Is this your child?
Please DM me if you are worried about your child’s behaviour or emotions. In the meantime, have a look at this brilliant article from BBC Bitesize.