No Fighting, No Biting, No Screaming: How to Make Behaving Positively Possible for People with Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities

No Fighting No Biting No Screaming How to Make Behaving Positively Possible for People with Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities Fighting biting screaming and other behaviours that challenge the people dealing with them are often triggered by unsuitable surroundings or unrealistic demands In this fresh and effective approach

  • Title: No Fighting, No Biting, No Screaming: How to Make Behaving Positively Possible for People with Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities
  • Author: Bo Hejlskov Elvén
  • ISBN: 9781849051262
  • Page: 410
  • Format: Paperback
  • No Fighting, No Biting, No Screaming: How to Make Behaving Positively Possible for People with Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities

    Fighting, biting, screaming and other behaviours that challenge the people dealing with them are often triggered by unsuitable surroundings or unrealistic demands In this fresh and effective approach, Bo Hejlskov Elv n shows how identifying and adapting these problem areas can dramatically improve behaviour in people with autism and other developmental disabilities.This pFighting, biting, screaming and other behaviours that challenge the people dealing with them are often triggered by unsuitable surroundings or unrealistic demands In this fresh and effective approach, Bo Hejlskov Elv n shows how identifying and adapting these problem areas can dramatically improve behaviour in people with autism and other developmental disabilities.This practical book explains how to reassess difficult situations and offers easy and effective strategies for eliciting positive responses without resorting to restraint and punishment Based on the successful low arousal approach, it is a proven method of stepping away from distress and towards calm, improving the quality of life of everyone involved Helpful examples covering a wide range of developmental disabilities from autism to Down s Syndrome illustrate the positive changes that can be achieved.This empowering book will be invaluable to anyone attempting to deal with unproductive behaviour in individuals with developmental disabilities, whether at home or in a professional environment.

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    1. Louisa Keron

      The cultural awareness of people with autism and developmental disabilities has improved significantly since they were thrown into asylums. However, that doesn’t mean they are treated with the respect they deserve or many people in society know how to cooperate with the developmental disabled. Bo Hejlskov Elvén gives advice to these people in No Fighting, No Biting, No Screaming. His use of stories and explanations was a simple yet effective way to show strategies that help me understand how [...]

    2. Jordan Varey

      The title of this book gives the wrong impression. Often, behavioural supports are couched in "No" statements and restrictive interventions. In contrast to his title, Elven advocates for humane approaches that empower the service user while placing responsibility on ourselves. The service provider is asked to consider how their actions, and the environment they create, impacts the participant(s) in their programs. With candidness, plain language, and obvious experience, Elven shares a myriad of [...]

    3. Den

      This book highlights the unrealistic demands usually made upon children with developmental or autistic problems. It tells you to get straight to the heart of the situation (the child) and start from there. It looks at difficult situations and ways of getting positive responses without having to use punishments (why should children be punished just because they behave in a slightly different way to others?). Lots and lots of examples and scenario's are included - I actually found myself reading m [...]

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