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Behavior Problems Help

Children with behavior problems benefit much from behavioral and social interventions where calming techniques and socials are taught. As parents, you can help your child with behavior problems by preparing your child for upcoming event or new situation, and always staying calm.

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  • 11.

    Types of Social Skills Deficits

    Researchers have broken down social skills deficits into the categories of skill, performance, and fluency deficits.7...

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    Characteristics of Cognitive Development

    Cognitive development is defined as thinking, problem solving, concept understanding, information processing and overall...

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    Interventions for Chronic Behavior Problems

    Introduction We hear more and more today about the chronic behavior problems of students in our schools. Some of these...

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    Consequence Maps

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    Source: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
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    Impulse Control

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    Source: Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall
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    Eight Practical Tips for Parents of Young Children with Challenging Behavior

    Has life with your young child become filled with conflict and confusion? Does it seem as if even the simplest activity...

    Source: Council for Exceptional Children (CEC), Division of Learning Disabilities (DLD)
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    Preventing Meltdowns: Outsmarting the Explosive Behavior of Individuals with Asperger Syndrome

    Meltdown behavior is quite common for those with Asperger Syndrome (AS). And, indeed, the most frequently asked question...

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  • 18.

    Raising an Attention-Seeking Child

    Pull the curtains on the “me” show gently and lovingly with these strategies for diverting attention-seeking...

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    Anger Management

    When Case Western Reserve University psychologist Diane Tice asked 400 people about how they manage their moods, she...

    Source: Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall
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    Self-Management: The Ultimate Goal

    The ultimate goal of all social skills instruction is for students to eventually manage themselves without needing...

    Source: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.