How do you discipline a child with Aspergers who won t listen?

How do you discipline a child with Aspergers who won t listen?

How do you discipline a child with Aspergers who won t listen?

How to Correct Problem Behavior

  1. REFRAME. Your interpretation of the “why” behind the behavior might be increasing your own anger… and it might be wrong.
  2. RESEARCH. Look for patterns to see what your child might be trying to say.
  3. REINFORCE & PUNISH. Behaviors have consequences.
  4. REPEAT.

What does a child with Aspergers act like?

Children with Asperger’s Syndrome exhibit poor social interactions, obsessions, odd speech patterns, limited facial expressions and other peculiar mannerisms. They might engage in obsessive routines and show an unusual sensitivity to sensory stimuli.

How do you keep an autistic child safe?

What Parents Can Do:

  1. Know wandering triggers.
  2. Secure your home—regardless of your child’s age.
  3. Work on communication and behavior strategies.
  4. Set expectations.
  5. Consider monitoring technology and identification.
  6. Rest.

How can I help my Aspergers daughter?

  1. Teach practical social skills.
  2. Work on your child’s problem solving skills.
  3. Teach your child to be self-aware.
  4. Encourage your child to develop socially appropriate behavior.
  5. Help your child develop a routine.

How do you deal with an Asperger’s meltdown?

Low: Use a low, quiet voice to speak to your child. Slow: Their language processing is generally slower than ours (especially after a meltdown) so speak few words and each word slowly. Offer choices: In your quiet, slow speech, give them a couple of choices that they can choose to do now to feel better.

What should you not say to someone with Aspergers?

5 things to NEVER say to someone with Autism:

  • “Don’t worry, everyone’s a little Autistic.” No.
  • “You must be like Rainman or something.” Here we go again… not everyone on the spectrum is a genius.
  • “Do you take medication for that?” This breaks my heart every time I hear it.
  • “I have social issues too.
  • “You seem so normal!