Strategies to Increase Positive Behaviors & Decrease Difficult Behaviors
Positive Behavior Management Strategies are the most effective way for parents and teachers to prevent or minimize challenging behaviors. The best approach to handle challenging behavior from a child with autism is to prevent it in the first place. For many children with autism, proactive strategies–those that happen outside of problem behavior– have the most significant impact.
In this workshop we will explore helpful strategies that can be used at home such as increasing communication skills, providing clear direction, providing choices, and setting clear expectations. Parents will also be given helpful strategies if challenging behavior occurs at home such as developing a clear response plan such as redirection, extinction, waiting, and the importance of consistency. Presented by Tiffany Francese-Sears, MA LMHC – Behavior Analyst.
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