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Making Learning Fun: Teaching Pivotal Skills

Teaching Pivotal Skills Jordan is a four-year-old child with autism. He has a limited vocabulary and typically communicates his needs and wants by acting out, aggressively. This behavior has become...


Step by Step: Being a Replacement Teacher

In our previous article, ‘Why is Challenging Behavior Happening?’, we examined the circumstances and outcomes that explain why behavioral challenges occur. One of the key take-aways is that, in order...

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Why Is the Challenging Behavior Happening?

Challenging Behavior Happening? Many parents of children with intellectual, developmental, or medical disabilities seek support for their children’s ‘challenging behavior’, but what does challenging behavior actually mean? This can be...