RDI® Community BlogStories and articles written by RDI® consultants and parents
This blog post was originally published here. 90% of parents (if not more) share this common concern. “I know my child has good potential. But I don’t know how to tap into it.” This need not be at the time of diagnosis. It can be any point of development and any age....
Building motivation to learn through relationship development
Guide your children to be life-long participated learners with these steps.
This blog post was written by Certified RDI® Consultant Dr. Sarah Wayland. You can read the original here. It’s easy to focus on your child’s problem behaviors. It’s like parents are wired to think about what we need to fix, rather than about what is going well. This...
When our body and brain are under a great deal of stress, we lose the ability to learn from our environment in that moment and so do our children.
Mental growth only happens when a learner is mentally challenged.
At RDIconnect, our programs focus on rebuilding the brain’s neural pathways that have disrupted the naturally occurring parent-child Guiding Relationship, which opens the door to learning!RDI is not a behavior therapy and it is not a checklist of skills...
Is teaching words the best way or is there something more?
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