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  1. 1. Speaker- Nupur Agarwala How To Keep Kids Involved During Lockdown
  2. 2. About Us ● Just for Hearts (JFH) is a trusted wellness partner working in corporate wellness since last 10 years. ● We at Just for Hearts offer complete wellness solutions under one roof starting from health awareness sessions to various wellness activities by making it available at your company premises. www.justforhearts.org
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  4. 4. Nupur Agarwala ● Mental health professional ● Panel of leading hospitals in Mumbai. ● Having touched 3800+ lives so far. ● Director at Insync Health Services Pvt Ltd,Mumbai. ● Master TA-CDT Practitioner ,India . ● Life Coach(PCC), International Coach Federation,USA. ● Master NLP Practitioner www.justforhearts.org
  5. 5. WHO/WHAT IS THE MOST IMPORTANT PERSON IN YOUR LIFE??? www.justforhearts.org PARENTING DURING LOCKDOWN
  6. 6. Erik Erikson’s stages of Psychosocial Development www.justforhearts.org
  7. 7. Example - Rahul Rahul is a precocious and hyperactive third-grader, the youngest of 3 children in a laidback and loving family. Lately, he has gotten into trouble at school for “talking back.”On one such day, he brings a note home from the teacher describing his infraction by stating “Rahul was disrespectful today.” His mother sits him down and asks him what happened. In an exasperated tone, he tells her that, when he was in the recess line, Mrs. Singh told him to stop trying to balance a pencil on his finger, point-side-up, because he might “stab himself in the face.”He frowned and snapped back at Mrs. Singh by telling her that he would have to bend “all the way over the pencil like this” (demonstrating) to stab himself in the face and that he isn’t “that stupid.” In response, Mrs. Singh confiscated his pencil, wrote his name on the board, and sent him home with a note. www.justforhearts.org
  8. 8. “How could you do this? Now Mrs Singh will think I’ve not taught you good manners! This is embarrassing. Go to your room. I don’t want to see you right now. I’m very hurt.” www.justforhearts.org
  9. 9. “This is unacceptable. You need to learn how to show proper respect! You don’t deserve to go to the football game tomorrow. Maybe next time you’ll remember to respect Mrs. Singh.” www.justforhearts.org
  10. 10. On handing the note to the mother a barely perceptible shadow crossed her face which was quickly replaced by a brightening. “Go along.” Rahul ran to catch the ball. When he caught it, his mom jumped up and down, making cheering noises from the crowd. “You’re such a tough guy.” She said while mussing his hair. “Rough day though, huh? Would some Ice- cream make it better?” www.justforhearts.org
  11. 11. Rahul hands note to the father. He watches nervously as his father slowly shakes his head from side to side. “This in your mother’s fault,” he says, “I’m not surprised that you’re starting to get into trouble after all that she has put us through. Don’t worry. I’ll definitely talk to her about this.” www.justforhearts.org
  12. 12. Rahul walked in the door of his beautiful, spacious home and handed the note to his father, who had stopped by the change his clothes for a meeting. His mother was away traveling for business. His father peered over his reading glasses at Rahul with a disappointed look and said: “This is not good Rahul. I am sorry I have to rush to my meeting right now, but I am going to give this note to your nanny and she will talk with you about it tonight”. www.justforhearts.org
  13. 13. “ Rahul, how could you behave this way at school? Now Mrs. Singh may change her mind about writing the recommendation letter to help with your application to the Amazing Child School! We need to call Mrs. Singh right now and smooth this over”. www.justforhearts.org
  14. 14. Mother: “Mrs. Singh didn’t understand that you were embarrassed by her thinking you could be stupid enough to stick your eye out with a pencil. But when teachers ask you to stop doing something, the reason doesn’t matter. It’s your job to stop.” Rahul: “I know! I was trying to say that to her and she wouldn’t listen!” Mother: “Yes, I know how frustrated you get when people don’t let you talk. Mrs. Singh doesn’t know that you’re dealing with your brother and sister not listening to you much lately.” Rahul relaxes a little in response to his mother’s understanding: “Yeah, she got me so frustrated and then she took my pencil.” Mother: “It must’ve been hard for you. But, you see, Mrs. Singh’s class is very big and she doesn’t have time to talk things over like we are right now. It’s so important that when any grownup at school asks you to do something, you do it right away. Will you try to do as asked without saying anything back, Rahul?” Rahul: “Yeah, Mom.” Mother: “Good! If you do what Mrs. Singh asks, you’ll never get in trouble. Then you can come home and complain to us if you think it’s unfair. That’s fine. But as a student, respect means cooperating with your teacher’s requests.”
  15. 15. What did you notice ? How did Rahul’s mother respond? What else did she say ? www.justforhearts.org
  16. 16. WHO ARE YOU? and now… WHO YOU WANT TO BE? www.justforhearts.org
  17. 17. HOUSE UNDER LOCKDOWN How can parents keep their children entertained and engaged while they juggle team video conference calls and presentations? What happens to snack-time, play-time and me-time? Here are some practical parenting tips that we can follow www.justforhearts.org
  18. 18. ● Talk to your children Explain clearly to children why we are all forced to be indoors and the importance of adhering to this restriction. Once they understand the reasoning, you will be surprised at how much more willing they will be to comply. ● Set up a routine A routine for not only kids but parents too. Children need to understand this is not a vacation and that they must have fixed mealtimes and bedtimes. Chores like making their bed and cleaning up their room do not require your supervision and will keep them occupied and the children will turn a helping hand in this crisis time. Eg: Taking turns to wash utensils, clean the house, assign tasks since the house help is not coming www.justforhearts.org
  19. 19. ● Track of screen time Don’t fight screen time, instead use it strategically. Find ways to make the screen time more productive, attending classes on zoom/skype, reading e-books, opting virtual museum or zoo tours and YouTube videos for revision of concepts. There are many available online certificate courses that will add a boost to the CV and learning www.justforhearts.org
  20. 20. ● Home Schooling If the goal is to raise well-balanced, well-adjusted children with a broad base of knowledge, we need to move away from the idea that education is only what is taught in schools. Bring learning to home. Take time to nurture hobbies. Help the children realize the importance of house chores Use this time to teach basic values – empathy, respect with the help of many stories www.justforhearts.org
  21. 21. ● Game Time With the amount of time at hand, engage in playing games with the children. One- on-One time makes children feel loved and secure, and shows them that they are important. Games could range from intellectual to fun games like ludo, carom and cards. This has proven extremely effective in bonding with family members. www.justforhearts.org
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