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Autism: understanding behaviour

Autism: understanding behaviour

Author: Caroline Hattersley


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Autism: understanding behaviour
Caroline Hattersley
Published by
The National Autistic Society

If your child has autism, you may at times find their behaviour puzzling or challenging. In this new book, we look at the cause and function of behaviour: what might your child be trying to communicate or achieve by acting in a particular way? We also discuss a number of practical strategies that you can use in day-to-day situations – or at times of heightened stress and anxiety – to help your child manage their behaviour.

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Last updated: 25/03/2020 12:02:10