Understanding and Supporting Behaviour
Webinar – Understanding and Supporting Behaviour Slides
About the webinar:
Behaviour can present itself in a wide variety of ways and often can be very challenging. During this webinar Rebecca will cover why challenging behaviour happens and provide strategies to help support positive behaviour.
Knowing what causes distressed behaviour can help you to develop ways of dealing with it.
Facilitator: Rebecca McCullough
Autistic children and teenagers experience a range of emotions, but they might need support to recognise, understand and manage their emotions.
For example, your autistic child might feel all negative or unpleasant emotions as anger. Or they might not recognise when they’re excited. On the other hand, they might label all emotions that are hard to describe as ‘being bored’.
Autistic children and teenagers might also need support to recognise, interpret and respond appropriately to other people’s emotions.
For example, your autistic child might not notice when someone else looks confused or feels upset or angry. Alternatively, they might see someone who’s upset and incorrectly think that the person is angry at them.
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The focus of the Empower Project is to support children under 12 with Autism, Dyslexia and Dyspraxia, ADHD, Tourette’s Syndrome. We provide support to their parents and the wider family circle. As a result, we wish to enhance confidence. In conclusion, we hope to all learn together to develop skills to support the children.
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