Do you have a student that takes all of your attention away from others? Try these 10 easy ways to shower them with positive attention, without increasing your workload. #2 was a life saver for me last year!
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When we talk about replacement behaviors and functional communication training (FCT), the three most common applications are teaching attention seeking, teaching escape behaviors, and teaching requesting items and actions (for the tangible function). Today I want to talk about how to teach an individual to use an appropriate communicative way to gain attention from others. …
Some strategies for attention-seeking behaviors: 1. Increase positive attention. 2. Ignore inappropriate behavior used to obtain something that was denied. 3. Teach how to ask in a more appropriate way. 4. Set aside special time with each parent. 5. Avoid triggers for the behavior.
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