Positive Reinforcement for Behaviour Management

Positive reinforcement is a technique for behavior management that focuses on acknowledging and rewarding desirable behavior in neurodiverse children. To implement positive reinforcement effectively, it’s essential to understand your child’s unique strengths, provide feedback, use rewards, and encourage self-reflection. Read more from the following blog post.

School pick up with ASD-Freddie’s story

School pick up with ASD-Freddie’s story My 8 year old son Freddie is certainly unique. He has high functioning ASD and dyspraxia. But even in a class full of children with similar needs his behaviour ‘really stands out’ according to his teachers. He has always been tricky to get into school. Running away, shouting, generally […]