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READER ´ DOC Supporting Positive Behavior in Children and Teens with Down Syndrome

EBOOK Supporting Positive Behavior in Children and Teens with Down Syndrome

READER ´ DOC Supporting Positive Behavior in Children and Teens with Down Syndrome ↠ [Reading] ➳ Supporting Positive Behavior in Children and Teens with Down Syndrome: The Respond but Don't React Method ➻ David Stein – Feedmarkformulate.co.uk A child doesn't want to leave the tBe proactive not reactive; be consistent; use visual schedules develop a token reward chart; keep gut reactions in check; teach siblings to ignore bad behaviour; learn effective disciplinary techniues; and know when professional help is neededSome of these parenting concepts are intuitive others are not but when they are followed consistently children and teens with Down syndrome do their best behaviourally and the parent child relationship remains as positive and loving as it should b When the book first arrived I was a little surprised at how small it was especially considering the price but don't be fooled by the size This is a brilliant book that I would highly recommend to any parent teacher or carer of a child with DS As a parent of a child with DS I found that a lot of the type of behavioural problems Dr Stein writes about really resonated with me and that he is clearly someone who knows about his subject matter from a practical as well as academic point of view Dr Stein has a very easy writing style and explains clearly the reasons why a child might be displaying a certain type of behaviour trait and why the techniues that you may have successfully used with a 'neurotypical' child won't normally work for a child with DS The book also contains helpful strategies on how best to manage each type of behaviour trait eg Avoidance flop and drop running away etc I was so impressed with this book that I have ordered extra copies for my child's teacher and TA

TEXT õ The Respond but Don't React Method Ó David Stein

A child doesn't want to leave the toy store so he stops and flops Another bolts across a busy parking lot turns and smiles at his mom An eighteen year old student bursts into tears when asked to change activities at school Sound familiar?These and other common behaviour issues in children with Down syndrome can uickly become engrained and may even persist into adulthood No parent wants that to happen and thankfully help is available Dr David Stein a psychologist and Co Director of the D This is a great book I teach in a separate special needs class type setting and have 4 EAs on my team We all have our own bookmark in the book and are finding it very informative and easy to read A great way to discuss strategies and learn new information as a team

David Stein Ó Supporting Positive Behavior in Children and Teens with Down Syndrome: The Respond but Don't React Method MOBI

Supporting Positive Behavior in Children and Teens with Down Syndrome The Respond but Don't React MethodOwn Syndrome Program at Boston Children's Hospital shares his approach to behaviour management in this new book for parents Supporting Positive Behavior in Children and Teens with Down Syndrome examines how the brain of a person with Down syndrome works how those differences impact behaviour and why bad behavour should not be viewed as a willful act Governed by this new awareness parents are in a better position to change and manage their child's behaviour using these guiding principles Excellent book planning to share with teacher and support staff