When to Learn About Rules

The most difficult time for a child to learn a rule is when it has been broken. Instead, try to establish a rule before there is an opportunity to break it. For example, telling a child to stop running by a swimming pool immediately sets up a conflict. An explanation of the rule upon arrival at the pool allows communication of it before the conflict arises. This is not to say that there won't be a discussion of adhering to the rules later!

Location

2007 95th Street
Lower Level, Suite A
Naperville, IL 60564
Phone: 630-848-1700
Fax: 630-848-1718

 
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