PrAACtical Resources: Behavioral Supports for Young Children

April 6, 2017 by - Leave your thoughts

PrAACtical Resources: Behavioral Supports for Young Children
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One of the biggest stressors for therapists and educators who work with AAC is dealing with challenging behavior. In today’s post, we share a wonderful set of resources on positive approaches to preventing, minimizing, and de-escalating instances of challenging behavior. The Technical Assistance Center of Social Emotional Intervention for Young Children produced a number of resources that are available on their website here.

Topics include:

  1. Tips and forms for getting started
  2. Using a Buddy System
  3. Teacher tools
  4. Turtle Technique
  5. Visual supports
  6. Using scripts
  7. Circle time tips
  8. Dealing with feelings
  9. Strategies for families to use at home

There is also a helpful Tool Kit that can be accessed via the image below.

PrAACtical Resources: Behavioral Supports for Young Children

 

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This post was written by Carole Zangari

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