How to communicate with frustrated children during lockdown
Fair Practice Mediation Services director advocate Veerash Srikison says the lockdown can be a breeding ground for communication to breakdown in families.
Speaking to Joanne Joseph, Srikison says it a difficult environment to communicate for most people.
If you have a routine and schedule in place, you need to explain to everyone why that is in place and how it will be used to get through the day.Advocate Veerash Srikison, Director - Fair Practice Mediation Services
When dealing with younger children, non-verbal communication is high up there especially when you are dealing with tantrums, you have to let that tantrum play out.Advocate Veerash Srikison, Director - Fair Practice Mediation Services
When you use verbal conversation, it must progress into problem-solving which leads to your child taking responsibility for their actions.Advocate Veerash Srikison, Director - Fair Practice Mediation Services
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