3 Tips for Increasing Compliance in Children on the Autism Spectrum

Children with developmental disabilities, such as autism, often struggle to comply with the many requests of parents, educators and other caregivers.  This can make everyday activities and routines challenging.  Fortunately, there are simple strategies that will greatly improve the child’s ability and willingness to comply. Continue reading “3 Tips for Increasing Compliance in Children on the Autism Spectrum”

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Autism: One Bad Morning

Amy shares a story of a Sunday morning meltdown her son with autism had and how reflecting on that meltdown helped her realize he still has more good days than bad.

My 4-year-old son is on the autism spectrum. I write about autism a lot!  I normally keep my pieces uplifting, resourceful, and strategy based.  But not this one. Continue reading “Autism: One Bad Morning”

Podcast 10: 3 Tips for Increasing Compliance in Children with ADHD and ASD

Amy shares tips and strategies for decreasing noncompliance and increasing compliance in children with ADHD and ASD.

 

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3 Tips for Increasing Compliance in Children on the Autism Spectrum

This article focusing in more detail on how to use choices to increase compliance.

How Choices Can Increase Compliance