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Adding Structure to Reduce Problem Behaviors

Some children can become over-stimulated or agitated by their surroundings and benefit from increased structure and a controlled environment. This answer provides suggestions to help decrease your child’s difficult behaviors by making some changes to the home environment.

Replacement Behaviors for Vocal and Motor Self-Stimulation

Sometimes vocal and motor self-stimulatory behaviors can interfere with learning and community inclusion. Knowing the function(s) will determine your intervention as well as replacement behavior(s).

Addressing Shoe Challenges on the Bus

If your child struggles to keep his/her shoes on while riding the bus, try some of the strategies suggested in this answer.

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