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Deniseseaman

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To effectively communicate with parents you need to let them understand that you are both wanting what is best for the child to succeed. Listening to the parents point of view is very important and letting them know you will incorporate some facet of what they feel works at home. Remembering to be tender with your wording is important because you are speaking about their loved one. Sharing lots of positive attributes if you need to discuss a negative one makes a parent feel that although there is something that needs to be addressed, there are many great qualities and that they are noticed more so than one negative incident.
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