Children who have frequent meltdowns after school may be experiencing “After-School Restraint Collapse”. We want to help our children prevent these meltdowns before they occur. Start by creating an afterschool routine.
The teacher’s feedback on how your child is doing in the classroom is very important to hear, but there also needs to be a conversation on who your child is as a right brain thinker. The Parent-Teacher Conference Survival Guide will help you figure out the best way to collaborate with your child's teacher for their future success.