Parenting tips to help adopted and fostered children with their behaviour

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Christine Gordon outlines a series of action charts to help parents and carers deal with specific behavioural challenges that adopted and fostered children may present.  Each chart is accompanied by a description that explains why they may be acting in this way. The charts address behavioural difficulties such as sibling rivalry, accepting blame and responsibility, food issues, tantrums and more. The action charts are taken from her new book, Parenting Strategies to Help Adopted and Fostered Children with Their Behaviour.

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  1. Mrs Victoria walton October 26, 2017 / 11:10 am

    As an wife, part time worker, adopter of 2 children, any advise, insight, life skills & happy parents make happy kids suggestions relevant & welcome. We have a 10 year old daughter so teenage hormones & body changes occurring & last year of Primary school so big changes. A son age 7 with attachment behaviour due to neglect just started SEN school with EHCP. Lovely kids, bright, settled, loving & many friends with adopted children so in a good place but like to read, learn & educate myself

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