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Discussion Group Topics

Topic 1 - Dealing with disobedience:

Parents are actively involved in talks and discussions on common problems when dealing with disobedience. The group looks at some reasons why children have trouble learning to follow instructions. And identifies positive parenting methods to help parents make a personal plan, to avoid disobedience, teaching children boundaries, and managing disobedience when necessary.

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Topic 2: Managing fighting and aggression:

Parents are actively involved in talks and discussions on common problems when managing fighting and aggression: The group is supported to share their experiences of aggressive and damaging behaviour from their children. It looks at some of the reasons children fight. And shares the skills that children need to be able to work together and get along with others. Parents learn how to teach their children skills on sharing, communicating, being gentle. And are supported to prepare plans to manage times when fighting and aggression do occur.

Topic 3: Developing good bedtime routines:

Parents are actively involved in talks and discussions on common problems when developing good bedtime routines. The group looks at different problems parents face at bedtime and some of the reasons why they happen. The group is introduced to positive parenting talk about skills children need to get into a good bedtime routine. Talking about the Parents are introduced to positive parenting methods to help stop problems happening.

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Topic 4: Hassle-free outings with children:

Parents are actively involved in talks and discussions on common problems when going on outings with children. The group talk about positive parenting methods with step by- step ideas for stopping problems and teaching children how to behave on outings. Parents make a personal plan to manage problem behaviour during outings and are helped to transfer new parenting methods to other possible challenging community situations.

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