The interruptions and uncertainty caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic can be difficult for any child to process. Check out these tips for parents to help kids manage behavior.
Tips for parents of young children on how to have a successful telehealth visit, provided by the Behavioral Medicine and Clinical Psychology team at Cincinnati Children's.
A token economy or a contingency management system (CMS) is an effective behavior management tool used in the treatment of children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). This guide from Richard Loren, of Cincinnati Children's Center for ADHD, provides detailed information about how to create a CMS for your child.
CDC recommendations for using safe and effective discipline strategies.
One of the most important keys to minimizing problem behavior is making sure that kids are getting the message you’re trying to send. These tips from Child Mind Institute will help make the commands you give more effective, resulting in greater compliance from your child.
Strategies for parents to use to motivate their children to complete tasks, chores, and homework.
Scheduling 10-15 minutes of “special time” each day to play with your child helps increase your child’s self esteem, improve the parent-child relationship, decrease behavior problems, decrease abuse potential, and decrease child mental health problems. This brief guide provides tips on how to do special time with your child.
The Child Mind Institute provides information about what self-regulation is and how to help children who struggle with self-regulation.
Zero to Three offers guidance on what to expect and how to deal with defiance from children based on age.
Zero to Three offers age-appropriate ways to help your child rely less on aggressive behaviors to communicate their needs.
Risk of alcohol and substance use is particularly high during times of stress. It is therefore important that during these stressful times of COVID-19 that parents know the signs of alcohol and substance use and ways to prevent use in their teens. This resource from the Office of Adolescent Health lists for parents, educators, communities, and adolescents for preventing alcohol use in adolescents.
An overview from Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD) with important information for parents on ADHD.