Aspergers Kids: Reasons for Their Behavior

You need to understand what your youngster or adolescent is thinking, how he interprets what is going on, and how his deficits cause problems before you can begin any intervention strategy. Do not rush into action until you have collected enough information and analyzed what is going on. If you do not know the reasons behind the behavior, you may very likely do the wrong thing. If you know what is going on, you can help things go better.

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1 comment:

  1. Fortunately, I learned early on (and followed my own instincts) to always look for the reasons behind behaviors, and not assume my child is just "bad". Dr. William Sears' Baby Book really emphasized that if kids feel right, they will behave right (and vice versa) and I have found that to be most helpful.


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