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Autism and the stress effect : a 4-step lifestyle approach to transform your child's health, happiness and vitality / Theresa Hamlin ; foreword by Dr. Temple Grandin and Dr. John Ratey.

By: Hamlin, Theresa.
Contributor(s): Grandin, Temple [writer of foreword.] | Ratey, John [writer of foreword.].
Publisher: London ; Philadelphia : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2016Description: 271 pages ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781849057486 (pbk. : alk. paper).Subject(s): AUTISM | STRESS | DIET | EXERCISE | SELF REGULATION | STRESS MANAGEMENT | RECIPES | PARENT GUIDES | BRISTOL STOOL CHART
Contents:
A new way forward -- From intuition to cumulative knowledge -- Exploring autism and stress -- Environmental regulation -- Eating and nutrition regulation -- Emotional self-regulation -- Energy regulation -- How do I know if the essentials are working? -- Where to begin -- Recipes for non-toxic cleaners using natural ingredients -- Bristol Stool Chart -- The ABCs of ENERGym: Aerobic, Balance, Core, Coordination, Strengthening.
Summary: Presenting a revolutionary lifestyle approach for the whole family, this step-by-step guide will help you to reduce your child's stress and anxiety levels by regulating their environment, eating and nutrition, energy, and encouraging emotional self-regulation. Children with autism often experience very high stress levels in learning and social environments, which can exacerbate problem behaviors and damage their physical and emotional health. This book demonstrates that lowering stress levels through regulating a child's experiences and environments, and giving them the tools to cope when stressful situations are unavoidable, can make a huge and very positive difference to their behavior, physical health, socialisation and happiness. Brimming with exercises, recipes, tips and real-life examples, this warm and supportive guide will help you transform the life of your child with autism and benefit the whole family.
List(s) this item appears in: Anxiety and worry- recent additions. May 2017. CM | Autism 5-12 Free book May 2017 | Autism and mental health. Oct 2017 CM | Anxiety and teens with ID. Feb 2018 | Managing anxiety in children and teens. Oct 2018 CM | Top Rated in 2018 | Worry and anxiety- highly rated books. CM Aug 2019
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

A new way forward -- From intuition to cumulative knowledge -- Exploring autism and stress -- Environmental regulation -- Eating and nutrition regulation -- Emotional self-regulation -- Energy regulation -- How do I know if the essentials are working? -- Where to begin -- Recipes for non-toxic cleaners using natural ingredients -- Bristol Stool Chart -- The ABCs of ENERGym: Aerobic, Balance, Core, Coordination, Strengthening.

Presenting a revolutionary lifestyle approach for the whole family, this step-by-step guide will help you to reduce your child's stress and anxiety levels by regulating their environment, eating and nutrition, energy, and encouraging emotional self-regulation. Children with autism often experience very high stress levels in learning and social environments, which can exacerbate problem behaviors and damage their physical and emotional health. This book demonstrates that lowering stress levels through regulating a child's experiences and environments, and giving them the tools to cope when stressful situations are unavoidable, can make a huge and very positive difference to their behavior, physical health, socialisation and happiness. Brimming with exercises, recipes, tips and real-life examples, this warm and supportive guide will help you transform the life of your child with autism and benefit the whole family.

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I have found this book very informative and useful. I can use the information I gained when working with young ASD people who experience a high level of stress.

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