Archive for February 2019

Repetitive Patterns: Behavior Issues or Career Path for Our Students with ASD?

Today I am concluding my series on the Culture of Autism!  With this 5thand final component of the culture, you will have insight as to what might possibly be causing behaviors in your students on the autism spectrum. Think of the behavior you see as an iceberg.  The visible behavior is the tip of the iceberg, but what is causing that behavior is what is lurking below the waters and […]

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Cognitive Differences in Your Student with ASD Can Spark Behaviors!

We are all very aware that our students with ASD are wired differently than their neuro-typical peers.  This is one of the reasons we need to pay attention to that fact when we are dealing with behaviors.  Understanding just exactly what is meant by “cognitive differences” and what we can do about it could be a key to solving some behavior issues! Take a look! Last week I featured Sensory […]

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When You Have Behaviors, Take a Look at Sensory Needs!

When you have a student on the autism spectrum who is acting out, one of the things you can look at is sensory needs.  Sometimes our students need, what some call, a sensory diet.  If you haven’t heard that expression before, it’s when you put sensory supports in the student’s or child’s day.   Sometimes students “ask” for sensory.  You can see the student who is asking for sensory because they […]

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Is a Lack of Social Skills the Cause of Negative Behaviors?

  It sure CAN be!  Our students on the autism spectrum will have issues with using appropriate social skills.  Sometimes the lack of these skills is the root cause of behaviors.   When you look at the Culture of Autism, the area of social skills is one of the components that make up the culture and it is definitely something you may need to address. Students with ASD have little interest in […]

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