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Dealing with common behaviour problems in young children with autism
Paul Dickinson and Liz Hannah
Published by
The National Autistic Society

This pocket sized book is written by two health professionals who have worked with challenging behaviour in children with autism. Aimed specifically at parents and carers of young children, it looks at common behaviour problems and offers strategies and tips on how to deal with them in a jargon free format. It offers help with many problem behaviours, including temper tantrums, toileting problems, sleep, feeding, self-help skills and learning to play, coping with obsessional and repetitive behaviour and self injury.

Liz teaches in an autism resource centre for young children in inner London and is the author of two other NAS books: My friend Sam and Teaching young children with ASD to learn, both illustrated by Steve Lockett. Paul works for autism family support services in Scotland.

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