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By building a social support network, newcomer parents and children can feel less stress and isolation. By using positive discipline, parents can build a relationship with their child that will last forever. This way, families can manage the changes that come with building their new life in Canada.
This video is part of the Family Life in Canada resource series. The series aims to help newcomers adjust to life in Canada and encourages them to access information, programs, services and resources in their community.
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While parents may not be handed an instruction manual the day their child is born, there are plenty of resources available to help moms and dads through the rough patches. In this segment of 60-Second Positive Parenting, child psychologist Geoffrey Putt, PsyD, director of parenting and family support services at Akron Children’s Hospital, discusses some of the benefits of the Positive Parenting Program, held at the main campus in Akron.
It’s a show that may learn you how to deal with your kids, and how to bring them up in the right way.
How could we teach our children without destroying them?
What are the ways of punishments?
What are the consequence of the inappropriate punishment?
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Also known as the “Grandma’s Rule”. This is a great positive reinforcement strategy to use with your child.
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No matter whether your child has entered the “terrible twos,” or your kids are approaching adolescence, knowing how to handle discipline at home can be a challenge. In this video, you’ll hear how some of the MomDocs handle discipline and deal with different parenting challenges. And as part of our Mother’s Day series, you’ll also get to hear from some special guests about their thoughts on discipline.
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Letting children settle their disputes can teach valuable life lessons, so when do mom or dad need to “referee” the outcome? In this segment of 60-Second Positive Parenting, child psychologist, Geoffrey Putt, PsyD, director of parenting and family support services at Akron Children’s Hospital, shares a few tips about when to step in.