Parents often have behavior problems that seem unsolvable. A brainstorming session about the environment often leads to completely eliminating the behavior problem. Some examples of this type of solution are listed below. The childs home situation can be altered to solve the behavior problems. For example, if two children are fighting regularly in the bedroom the family might make arrangements to have them sleep in different areas. If a second bedroom is not available the living room can be used simply by adding a sleeper couch, futon or even a folding cot for camping. Another area is the school program. At times the bus or classroom can be an arena for arguments. In this case moving the childs' seat, changing bus or bus seating. Finally, if clothing becomes a stimulus for a behavior problem. For example, a child that has tantrums if his clothes are torn or wet might be better off with waterproof or stronger material pants. Brainstorming is very important in design of programs and working together with your therapist is very effective in solving your childs' problems completely!