Challenging behaviour and autism: making sense, making progress - a guide to preventing and managing challenging behaviour for parents and teachers

WHITAKER, Philip
This book is for parents, teachers and carers of youngsters with autistic spectrum disorders. Written in a jargon free style, it offers practical strategies for preventing or managing the commonest sorts of challenging behaviour. The book's core message can be summed up in a single sentence: to change a child's behaviour you need to be able to make sense of that behaviour - and making sense of that behaviour means making sense of the child's autism.

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