Reinforcement for Children with ADD

Reinforcement is defined as anything that increases the strength of a behavior.  When you reward your child (reinforcer) for good behavior, the good behavior is repeated. The stronger the reinforcer, the more likely you will get the desired behavior from your child.  Reinforcers can be different things. And everyone has their own preference. Some like money, or food, and others like to receive a “thank you.”  Be sure to read this insightful article.

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