Evidence-Based Behavior Interventions to Help Students Succeed

Here are several low intensity, evidence-based behavior interventions to help students participate in positive, productive, and fun learning environments.

Teachers, therapists, and parents oftentimes work very hard to create positive, productive, and fun learning environments for our children. Let’s face it – students are not always compliant.  And on occasion, there are students who have behavioral difficulties.  Here are several low intensity, evidence-based behavior interventions that teachers and parents can do to help students […]

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Sensory Based Problem Behaviors and Suggested Interventions

School based occupational and physical therapists play a key role in suggesting therapeutic interventions for students with sensory based behaviors.  It is our job to educate teachers, parents and students as to why a child’s behaviors may be sensory based and what sensory strategies can be used to help that child better navigate the educational […]

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Better Motor Skills = Better Adaptive Behavior Skills in Children with Autism

Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders published research on 233 children ages 14 to 49 months diagnosed with autism. The researchers examined the relationship of motor skills on the adaptive behavior composite, daily living, adaptive social and adaptive communicative skills while holding constant the age, non-verbal problem solving, and the severity of autism. The following results […]