In this edWebinar, Monica Fisher, M.Ed., BCBA/COBA, explores both scenarios—proactively teaching skills and reactively implementing interventions.
Challenging behaviors can be difficult to address in children with autism. After appropriately identifying the behavior, a suitable intervention can be used to proactively or reactively reduce and replace it. Experts reviewed key points and effective ways to address these problem behaviors in the edWebinar, “Effective Approaches to Reduce and Replace Challenging Behaviors Exhibited by Children with Autism.”
In this edWebinar, learn how to identify functions of challenging behaviors, which help to determine why children engage in different types of behaviors.
Is inappropriate student behavior driving you up the wall? If you’d like to learn how to envision improvements, this webinar will help you.
Children with autism especially have challenging behaviors that can be perplexing and confusing. Understanding these behaviors and being able to decode what your students need are vital skills for any teacher.
When children use challenging behavior, it is an opportunity to teach them how to become emotionally aware problem-solvers that can use healthy coping strategies in difficult moments. There are four steps that offer a simple, kind, strength-based, commonsense and effective strategy, for day-to-day challenges and challenging behaviors from children (ages 3-8).