ConnectABILITY

What is Bullying? Bullying can occur in any environment. It is defined as exposure repeatedly and over time to negative actions on the part of one or more people. Bullying happens, on average, every seven minutes on elementary school playgrounds. …
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Learning to regulate our emotional responses, especially during times of stress, can be difficult. Most children have some natural ways of self-regulating, but may also need to learn appropriate ways to respond when experiencing anxiety. Calming strategies can help a …
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Fact Sheet

Cerebral Palsy is an umbrella term used to describe a group of chronic disorders impairing control of movement that appear in the first few years of life and generally do not worsen over time.
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When angry outbursts occur in your classroom, there are a variety of strategies that should be included in your program, such as: Break the pattern.When possible, record incidents of the angry behavior to look for a pattern, a particular situation, …
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Many children enjoy receiving attention. If they do not receive enough positive attention for their good behaviours, they will often resort to behaviour that results in negative forms of attention (e.g., yelling, nagging, and consequences such as “time out”). Some …
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When bullying does occur in your classroom, there are a variety of strategies that should be included in your program, such as: Break the pattern. Have the child who bullies admit the behaviour, apologize and atone for the action. Help …
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A communication binder can mean different things. In this guide, you as a parent, teacher or early childhood professional, will learn how to create a simple yet powerful tool that your child can use to communicate with other children and …
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We all have our own sense of style. For many young children clothing is a way for them to express themselves. While this is wonderful, it can be a challenge when you are trying to get your child ready for …
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Fact Sheet

Childhood Disintegrative Disorder or CDD is a condition occurring in 3 to 4 year olds which is characterized by deterioration over several months of intellectual, social, and language functioning.
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