Parenting young children with autism: Tips for a calmer child, family, and home. Successful Outings

Don’t be vague when presenting expectations to your child. Billie Harber, M.Ed. a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, supports parents and carers to set clear, specific rules and expectations beyond merely telling them to behave.

To help avoid unpredictable, stressful situations for both you and your child before going out into the community, it’s important you understand “how” and “what” your instructions mean, and avoid being vague when doing so. Learning more about how to present expectations in a way that is concrete will help your child better understand what is expected of them.

Parenting young children with autism: Tips for a calmer child, family, and home. Successful Outings
By: Family Compass Group
Initial Air Date: Nov 2, 2017
Source: YouTube

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