1. School Age

Behaviour

Kids with ADHD struggle to focus and control impulses.
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    Self-regulation is the ability to manage reactions and behaviour, which starts developing around 12 months. You can help your child learn self-regulation.

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    How do you encourage good behaviour in kids? Start by being a role model for the child behaviour you want to see. Get 15 practical tips. Article available in: Arabic, Dari, Karen, Persian, Simplified Chinese, Vietnamese.

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    Children’s behaviour – it can delight, confuse and frustrate you. When your child behaves in challenging ways, our behaviour management options can help.

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    Finding out your child has been cheating can be a shock. Why do children cheat? And what can you do about it? Read practical tips to handle kids’ cheating.

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    Worried your child has attention deficit hyperactivity disorder? Read this essential guide to types of ADHD, signs of ADHD and ADHD diagnosis.

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    Crying – all babies and children do it. Crying is common, but it isn’t always easy to handle. Read why babies and children cry and what to do about it.

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    What are the signs of bullying? They can include physical signs like bruises, as well as anxiety and sadness. Here’s how to know if kids are being bullied.

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    What’s the best way to handle sibling fights? This practical guide takes you through steps and tips to handle children’s fights constructively and fairly.

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    Wondering how to discipline children? This practical guide explains how to use discipline strategies as part of a loving relationship with your child.

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