How to help an autistic child regulate their emotions

Series: Your Autism Magazine 55 (2) Summer 2021: 26-28. 2021Subject(s): National Autistic Society, UK | AUTISM | CHILDREN | EMOTION REGULATION | COPING BEHAVIOUR | FRIENDSHIPS | INTERVIEWS | AUTOBIOGRAPHYSummary: Notes that emotional regulation is about the ability to evaluate and modify one's behaviour in situations that might provoke emotions such as stress and anxiety. For some autistic people, understanding and moderating how they feel can be very difficult. Provides some guidelines for helping to self regulate, including recognizing the first signs of distress, things to avoid in moments of distress and important things to do in moments of distress.
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Notes that emotional regulation is about the ability to evaluate and modify one's behaviour in situations that might provoke emotions such as stress and anxiety. For some autistic people, understanding and moderating how they feel can be very difficult. Provides some guidelines for helping to self regulate, including recognizing the first signs of distress, things to avoid in moments of distress and important things to do in moments of distress.

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