Care for Parents
There is an old saying: “A child who is allowed to be disrespectful to his parents, will not have true respect for anyone”. Teaching children to respect and care for their parents is an important element in a child’s upbringing. Years later such a positive attitude can become vital for the parents. Usually, children copy behaviour in the family and, if the husband and the wife care for and respect each other, this quality will also pass to the children. But what should we do if a family is dysfunctional or if relations between the spouses are far from ideal? In such situations, you can use the services of our educational Centre and register the child for motivational training to develop his/her care for the parents.
Problem Child. Disobedient Child
Why does children disobey? What should you do if your child is disobedient? We often get these questions from visitors to our website. The child disobeys his/her parents because he/she was not taught to obey. It is important to teach the child to be obedient from the earliest times, and it is better to do this without conflict. But if the child refuses to comply with parents’ requests on principle, or if you do not have time or the motivation to teach such behaviour, you can entrust the teachers of our centre with this task.
Online School. Online Training
Moral teaching training is held remotely, online, so no matter where you live, you can also access it. You will not have to travel to the Centres, you just need to get connect to the website. We have developed programs for individual sessions with a tutor as well as group training online. To illustrate the high quality of teaching, a test system for the assessment of students’ behavioural skills before and after the sessions has been developed. As a result, trust-based relations are formed between teachers and parents. The parents can see at any moment what their child is being taught and how his/her behaviour is changing.
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