Discipline

One of the most unpopular topics around. Especially when it comes to disciplining someone with special needs.

Some will say it is not right or appropriate to discipline special needs however it is just as important as it is for any other. Discipline doesn’t have to be negative, it can be a learning opportunity for you as a parent and them as a growing child.

There is always going to be thousands of questions and thousands of opinions. It can and will always be very controversial.

So where do you start? How do you know what to do? How much discipline is appropriate? Can they understand what happened? Can they understand why they are being disciplined?

This is just a few of the questions that you can ask yourself before you decide what is best for you and your family. That’s right! What is best for you and yours may not be what is best for others and theirs.

There are so many factors that need to be taken into consideration and it is all trial and error. Below I am linking a few resources surrounding discipline.

While these may give you a bit of clarification on some things or new ideas do not forget every person is different, thinks different, acts different and reacts different.

https://www.nspt4kids.com/parenting/how-to-discipline-a-special-needs-child-when-he-doesnt-understand-north-shore-pediatric-therapy/

https://www.brainbalancecenters.com/blog/how-to-discipline-a-special-needs-child

https://www.friendshipcircle.org/blog/2012/10/22/special-needs-parenting-12-tips-for-managing-challenging-behavior/

Please remember we do not endorse or support specific places or information. These are merely some good sites to look at for more.

Our workbook does contain a plan layout for behavioral escalation and de escalation as well.

Love Jessica and Julia

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