If you have or know a child that has meltdowns and/or tantrums, and you want to know how to keep them from happening, the Parent Information Center of Buffalo will be hosting a seminar tonight (October 24th) from 6 to 8 at the Johnson County Healthcare Center's Misty Moon Room.
The seminar will teach how to differentiate between tantrums and meltdowns, how to keep them from happening and what to do when a child is on overload.
The training will be presented by Juanita Bybee, PIC Outreach Parent Liaison.
She explains why parents need to understand the difference between a tantrum and a meltdown.
There is no cost to families of children with disabilities, and only a $10 charge for child care providers, para-educators and other providers, payable at the door. STARS credit is available.
For more information, contact Bybee at the PIC at 684-2277.