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Lagging Skills Area 3: Physical


Some children need help building skills to handle certain situations related to their physical body. This video will help you to consider more physical situations that your child doesn’t yet have the skills to handle (which leads to a meltdown).

Time stamps:

[0:41]: One thing about this list that’s important for you to understand

[1:05]: Specific examples of situations your child might not (yet) have the skills to handle

[2:26] What this tells your child’s subconscious brain

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Congratulations on taking the first step towards understanding your child's meltdowns! Now that you have gained valuable insights, the next step is to equip yourself with the right tools to navigate these challenging situations.

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