Parenting Your Young Child with Autism: Tips for a Calmer Child, Family, & Home: Belly Breathing

In this video, Developmental Therapist Rebecca O’Neill discusses the need for children, especially those on the spectrum, to develop strategies for coping with stressful situations. The strategy that works best is specific to each child, but O’Neill shares one strategy that works well for many individuals, which is belly breathing. By taking large breaths in through our nose and out through our mouth, we engage the part of the nervous system that calms the body and the mind.

Parenting Your Young Child with Autism: Tips for a Calmer Child, Family, & Home: Belly Breathing
By: Family Compass Group
Initial Air Date: Oct 25, 2017
Source: YouTube

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