Good parenting by Dr. Prasanna Khatawkar

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Good parenting lecture by Dr. Prasanna Khatawkar at Hirachand Nemchand Wachnalay, Solapur.

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Good parenting by Dr. Prasanna Khatawkar

  1. 1. GOOD PARENTING Dr. Prasanna P. Khatawkar Consultant Psychiatrist Aadhar Hospital Solapur
  2. 2. HOW DO CHILDREN LEARN ?!  WATCHING THEIR PARENTS  PEER GROUP  SCHOOL AND TEACHERS  MEDIA  SELF EXPERIENCES
  3. 3. WHAT IS NORMAL DEVELOPMENT ?  AGE APPROPRIATE  SOCIALLY APPROPRIATE  INCLUDING ALL MAJOR DOMAINS  RESPECTING OTHERS  MAINTAINING GOOD SELF IMAGE  GOAL DIRECTED
  4. 4. COMMON PROBLEMS OF CHILDHOOD  REFUSAL TO EAT  SCHOOL REFUSAL  BED WETTING AND PASSING STOOLS IN CLOTHES  SIBLING RIVALRY  STEALING  HYPERACTIVITY
  5. 5. COMMON PROBLEMS OF CHILDHOOD  OPPOSITIONAL BEHAVIOUR  SHY OR DISINHIBITED CHILD  PHOBIAS  CHILDHOOD DEPRESSION  DISSIOCIATIVE DISORDERS OF CHILDHOOD  MENTAL RETARDATION  STAMMERING / CLUTTERING ETC.
  6. 6. COMMON MISTAKES PARENTS MAKE  BEATING  COMPARISONS  MAKING CHILD JUDGE IN THE PARENTS ARGUMENT  PARENTS DEBATE IN FRONT OF THE CHILD  SUBSTANCE USE IN FRONT OF CHILD
  7. 7. A – B – C – DA – B – C – D OF CHILD PSYCHIATR  A = ANTECEDENT  B = BEHAVIOUR  C = CONSEQUENCE  D =
  8. 8. BEGINNING OF SCHOOL  SCHOOL REFUSAL  FREQUENT CRYING  NIGHTMARES  SEPARATION ANXIETY
  9. 9. SIBLING RIVALRY  USUALLY AFTER BIRTH OF YOUNGER CHILD  FEELING NEGLECTED / LEFT OUT  CHANGE IN BEHAVIOUR  IRRITABILITY
  10. 10. MY CHILD DOESN’T LISTEN !!  COMMON PROBLEM  GIVE A GOOD LISTENING TO THE CHILD  INTROSPECTION BY PARENTS IS ESSENTIAL  RULES SHOULD BE SAME FOR ALL FAMILY MEMBERS
  11. 11. STEALING  TRY AND UNDERSTAND WHY THE CHILD DID THE ACT  PUNISHMENT ESSENTIAL
  12. 12. BED WETTING & PASSING STOOLS IN CLOTHES  BED WETTING – COMMON PROBLEM  USUALLY CAN BE TREATED EASILY  PASSING STOOLS IN CLOTHES IS AN IMPORTANT FINDING  PARENTS / FAMILY NEED TO BE EVALUATED
  13. 13. HYPERACTIVITY  DOESN’T SIT IN ONE PLACE  THOUGHTLESS  IMPULSIVE  DIFFICULTY COMPLETING TASKS  DISTURBS OTHERS  ACCIDENT PRONE  MEDICINES PROVIDE MAJOR RELIEF
  14. 14. ROLE OF MEDIA  LIKE IT OR DON’T LIKE IT, IMPACT OF MEDIA IS GOING TO BE THERE  BETTER, WE USE IT FOR OUR BETTERMENT !!!  LIMIT THE TIME SPENT  PARENTS TOO SHOULD FOLLOW THE RULES
  15. 15. QUALITIES OF GOOD PARENTS  ALWAYS AS A UNIT  CARING AND STRICT  CONSISTENT  RELIABLE  PROTECTIVE  FLEXIBLE  INNOVATIVE
  16. 16. ROLE OF ELDER SIBLINGS  SUPPORTIVE  CARING  TEACHING  BE A GOOD FRIEND  SMALL MISTAKES – HANDLE AT YOUR LEVEL; MAJOR MISTAKES – TELL PARENTS
  17. 17. ROLE OF GRAND PARENTS  NOT TO INTERFERE TOO-MUCH  ROLE SUPPORTIVE TO CHILD’S PARENTS  NO PUNISHMENTS !!!
  18. 18. HOW ARE TEACHERS EXPECTED TO BEHAVE ?  TREAT EACH CHILD AS UNIQUE  DO NOT COMPARE  IDENTIFY NEEDS OF EACH CHILD  AVOID PHYSICAL PUNISHMENTS  DO NOT INSULT THE CHILD IN FRONT OF OTHERS  APPRECIATE GOOD BEHAVIOURS
  19. 19. KEEPING YOUR CHILD MOTIVATED  SET SMALL GOALS  TOKEN FOR COMPLETION OF EACH SMALL STEP  APPRECIATION  BE PART OF HIS TEAM !
  20. 20. WHAT TOYS / GAMES WOULD BE HELPFUL  AGE APPROPRIATE  CONSIDERTHE MOTOR AND COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENTAL STAGE OF THE CHILD  BOTH INDOOR AND OUTDOOR  ENCOURAGE PARTICIPATION IN COMPETITIONS  EXPLORATION AND NEW LEARNING IMPORTANT
  21. 21. HOW DO YOU DEVELOP A GOOD PEER GROUP FOR YOUR CHILD ?  BIRDS OF A FEATHER, FLOCK TOGETHER !!!!  TEACH THEM WHEN THEY ARE YOUNG  ENSURE THAT YOUR CHILD STAYS AWAY FROM BAD COMPANY FROM THE BEGINNING ITSELF  BE OPEN  SET AN EXAMPLE
  22. 22. IMPORTANT DOMAINS WE HAVE TO WORK INTO  LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT  SPORTS  MUSIC  DANCE  OTHER AREAS OF INTREST (ABACUS, YOGA, TRAVEL, SUMMER CAMPS ETC.) …………. THIS IS IN ADDITION TO ROUTINE ACADEMIC WORK !!!!
  23. 23. BASIC PRINCIPLES  PUNISH THE BEHAVIOUR, NOT THE CHILD  GIVE YOUR CHILD AGE APPROPRIATE RESPONSIBILITIES  IGNORE SMALL MISTAKES, APPRECIATE EVEN THE SMALLEST GOOD DEED.
  24. 24. BASIS PRINCIPLES  CONSISTANCY IN APPRECIATION AND PUNISHMENT PATTERN  AVOID CRITISISING THE CHILD IN FRONT OF HIS FRIENDS OR WHEN IN A GROUP  APPRECIATE IN FRONT OF EVERYBODY, SCOLD / PUNISH IN PRIVATE  NEVER DEBATE IN FRONT OF THE CHILD  MANAGE YOUR DIFFRENCE OF OPINIONS
  25. 25. BASIC PRINCIPLES  SHOW RESPECT TO ELDERS AND LAW (ATLEAST IN FRONT OF THE CHILD!!!)  AVOID SUBSTANCE USE IN FRONT OF CHILDREN  MONITOR YOUR CHILDS FRIENDS  ROLE OF MEDIA
  26. 26. 1. SELF IMAGE  A – GOOD  B – BAD
  27. 27. 2. SELF CONFIDENCE  A – GOOD  B - BAD
  28. 28. 3. LISTENING TO COMMANDS  A – GOOD  B - BAD
  29. 29. 4. SOCIALISATION  A - GOOD  B - BAD
  30. 30. 5. ENURESIS  A - ABSENT  B - PRESENT
  31. 31. 6. ENCOPRESIS  A - ABSENT  B - PRESENT
  32. 32. 7. TEMPER TANTRUMS  A - ABSENT  B - PRESENT
  33. 33. 8. RELATION WITH SIBLINGS  A - GOOD  B - BAD
  34. 34. 9. SHARING  A - GOOD  B - BAD
  35. 35. THANK YOU
  36. 36.  DR. PRASANNA P. KHATAWKAR 93 26 81 30 48 93 72 70 71 00

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