Establishing a Positive Family Plan

Meme Hieneman

Meme Hieneman

Meme Hieneman is a consultant with Positive Behavior Support Applications. She has a Ph.D. in Special Education and is nationally certified as a behavior analyst. She has published a variety of articles, chapters, and books including “Parenting with Positive Behavior Support: A Practical Guide to Resolving Your Child’s Difficult Behavior.” In her professional career, Meme has worked with children with severe behavioral challenges and their families for more than 25 years. She was a group home manager, behavior specialist for a school district, staff member for a program assisting families and professionals of children with autism, director of a state-wide project helping schools to implement positive behavior support, co-training coordinator for the National Research and Training Center on PBS, and research director of the Positive Family Intervention Project at the University of South Florida, St. Petersburg.

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  1. My dilemma. I always tell my child about his day today schedule, from
    waking up until sleeping time but he cant seem to keep up. He always do
    what he wants. I haven’t explained to him the reasons of such schedule.
    Do you think I’m vague? Thanks for posting this by the way. An eye
    opener.

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