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Aggressive Behavior is not a symptom of your child’s Autism

“You might have heard that aggressive behavior can be a symptom of Autism, but the truth is that the educational method and approach used with your child, might have a lot more to do with your child’s tantrums and their intense behaviors than their Autism per se.   “Our children and adults on the Autism…
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Help Your Child Through Whining, Crying, and Yelling

“Here at the Autism Treatment Center of America®, home of The Son-Rise Program®, we want to share some powerful tools and techniques to help you help your child on the Autism Spectrum to use more effective ways to communicate when they are crying, whining, or yelling. • “Be aware of making assumptions. You may guess…
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Tantrums No More. (Really!)

By: Raun K. Kaufman Does your child scream, hit, pinch, or throw objects when things don’t go his/her way (or sometimes for no reason you can fathom)? Here’s what to do: The First Half: I don’t understand tantrums. 1) ATTITUDE FIRST. It is absolutely crucial that you make your mission in life to remain calm,…
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Understanding the Difference Between Meltdowns & Tantrums

Tantrums and meltdowns are hard to understand, tough to prevent, and seemingly impossible to handle when they happen. Meltdowns and tantrums can look alike at first glance, especially when your child is in the middle of one, but the two are actually very different. This is particularly true for children with sensory processing issues, like…
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Tantrums No More

TANTRUMS NO MORE. (REALLY!)By: Raun K. KaufmanDirector of Global Education, Autism Treatment Center of America®Does your child scream, hit, pinch, or throw objects when things don’t go his/her way (or sometimes for no reason you can fathom)? Here’s what to do: The First Half: I don’t understand tantrums.1) ATTITUDE FIRST. It is absolutely crucial that…
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