A mother of an ASD child wrote to me saying that her child has inconsolable meltdowns HELP! My child:
- throws toys and anything that’s around him that he can lift on his own (including electronics that have been replaced many times and cost money to repair)
- have meltdowns on a daily basis when he’s angry or frustrated at something or someone (including her)
- headbutts himself against the walls, floors, or doors even on furniture (whatever is near him when he’s in his meltdowns)
- is inconsolable when he’s like this….
… and she doesn’t know how to help him.
Aggressive behavior in Autistic children is very common. This can be a result of frustration and sensory overload, but it may also be the result of anxiety or fear.
In our Masterclass, we teach you:
- Why Problem Behavior is Occurring and the strategies to overcome it specific to your child
- What the Biggest Obstacle is that Causes the Behavior to Continue and what you can do about it starting immediately
- My Exact Aggressive/Problem Behavior Prevention Process and why prevention is a key step in this process
- And so much more!
I know it’s hard to deal with inconsolable meltdowns and to see your child behaving this way.
I know you feel lost and don’t know what to do or how to help.
P.S. Looking to help your baby NOW but don’t know where to start? Reach out to us at email@example.com to learn more about my Champions for Our Children Masterclass, which will teach you the foundational steps to helping your baby get potty trained, communicating, and stopping those problem behaviors fast.
Happy Monday Parents!
This week I’m excited to share with the recording for a podcast I was a guest speaker on. I talk specially on parenting a child
What got this 5 yr old potty trained (video inside!)
Alex is 5 years old and has Autism. Hayden came to me with hopes to get Alex (finally) potty trained. Find out what *clicked* to