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Wandering from school

By: Flack-Kone, Alicia.
Series: Voice 5 (2) July 2017: 14-15. 2017Subject(s): DOWN SYNDROME | WANDERING BEHAVIOUR | CAUSES | PREVENTIONSummary: Observes that starting school is a huge milestone for young children, but the worry that they may wander from the grounds is an ever-present one. The author shares some excellent tips learnt from her own frightening experience. These include: Get to know your Community. - Wave to neighbours and get to know the local shop owners. - Get to know your local police. - Electronic devices for supervision purposes. - Lock front doors and gates. - Consider the triggers of this behaviour.
List(s) this item appears in: Voice CM Sep17 | Autism and teenage girls. Oct 2017 | Behaviour Articles Jun18 CM
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Observes that starting school is a huge milestone for young children, but the worry that they may wander from the grounds is an ever-present one. The author shares some excellent tips learnt from her own frightening experience. These include: Get to know your Community. - Wave to neighbours and get to know the local shop owners. - Get to know your local police. - Electronic devices for supervision purposes. - Lock front doors and gates. - Consider the triggers of this behaviour.

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