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How to respond to self-injurious behaviour

Series: Your Autism Magazine 50 (4) Winter 2016: 33-34. 2016Subject(s): AUTISM | SELF INJURIOUS BEHAVIOUR | BEHAVIOUR MODIFICATIONSummary: Points out that self injurious behaviour can be extremely distressing to all involved. YAM's Specialist Behaviour Advisers explain some of the possible causes and how best to respond. Knowing how to intervene is dependent on understanding why the behaviour is happening and working out personalised startegies from there. Provides a checklist: discove rany health issues, consider the bigger picture, consider sensory diffeences, think about communication, medication, emotional issues.
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Points out that self injurious behaviour can be extremely distressing to all involved. YAM's Specialist Behaviour Advisers explain some of the possible causes and how best to respond. Knowing how to intervene is dependent on understanding why the behaviour is happening and working out personalised startegies from there. Provides a checklist: discove rany health issues, consider the bigger picture, consider sensory diffeences, think about communication, medication, emotional issues.

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