Are you a facilitator? Did you know, that if you are logged in and you know the product codes of the items you want, you can use the Quick Order page to enter the products you require quickly into the shopping cart without having to browse the product catalogue.
Use the Product Search box on the right to search for any text contained in product Titles and Descriptions or search for a specific Product Code.
For more details on shipping costs and delivery please visit the shipping page.
Shipping costs are also calculated and displayed as you proceed through the shopping cart.
When placing an order, you can either pay securely via Credit Card or just submit the order and pay on invoice.
If you pay on invoice be aware that your order will only be sent after full payment has been received and this will delay delivery.
As a mom or dad you probably have come to realize there are times when your sweet child will reject or strongly oppose your reasonable instructions. Usually, this happens because your child doesn’t know your instructions are reasonable. What can and should you do to keep your son or daughter on track and moving forward? We suggest you guide with instruction, motivate with encouragement and establish necessary boundaries through correction. There are a number of corrective strategies parents can use to their advantage, but ultimately the best form of parental correction is prevention. There is no better way to deal with behavioral problems than by preventing them from happening in the first place. Much of what we have already discussed in the first twelve visits speaks to the positive, preventative side of training. Yet, the reality remains, correction will still be necessary. The good news is this: understanding the working components of instruction, encouragement and correction will help keep your little one on track and heading in the right direction.
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