Jennifer Kolari on Tantrums and Hearing Loss

Jennifer Kolari answered a question from a reader at My Child Feels today about how to manage a 4-year-old who has just been diagnosed with hearing loss and who is having tantrums. Jennifer notes that tantrums are common in 3- and 4-year-olds who may have more to say than they can easily verbalize. She recommends calmly and consistently administering a consequence for tantrum behaviour while also making sure to give lots of hugs and kisses at other times. Read Jennifer’s full response at My Child Feels.

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