Self-control and Regulation

Self-Control and Regulation has to do with teaching a learner to inhibit their behavior and responses. This skill is necessary for integration into less restrictive and more typical environments.

Presentations

3 to 5 mins presentation on theory concepts

Programs

Practical exemplars to demonstrate in phases

Articles

Additional information
on skills

Materials

Printable ABA tools to be used in lessons

Presentations

ASD Con 2017 Q&A_SI_thHow do we handle a child’s sensory stimulated behaviors?
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How do we handle a child’s sensory stimulated behaviors?

ASD Conference 2017 – Q&A Sessions 1. In the research, it is stated that Sensory Integration Therapy and Social Stories are not effective in treating children with ASD, can you elaborate more? 2. How do we handle a child’s sensory stimulated behaviors? Should we reduce and encourage these behaviors?

Program Videos

Waiting Taught Via a Token System

This is a waiting program. The purpose of the program is to teach students how to wait while implementing a token system, which indicates the duration of time that the student needs to wait for.

Waiting with Timer and Card

This is a waiting program. The purpose of the program is to help students establish this beneficial skill to use in day to day life in different settings, like at home or at school, using a timer and a card.

Sitting Down to Start a Lesson

This is a learning to learn program. The purpose of the program is to have students willingly come and sit down to begin work. It also demonstrates how to deal with possible disruptive behaviors that may occur when students are instructed to go sit and work.

Articles

Materials