Dysregulated Behavior Series Part 3: Building Frustration Tolerance, Meeting Sensory Needs, and Support During Meltdowns
Is your child struggling to cope with frustration? Do they become upset “out of the blue?” Are you unsure how to help your child when they are melting down?
Hearing “no,” having to wait, and leaving a favorite activity are tough for everyone, and these situations can be especially hard for autistic children. Such triggers, along with sensory challenges and difficulty meeting the expectations of a neuro-typical society, can lead to tremendous stress and dysregulation. This webinar covers strategies including: developing coping skills, meeting your child’s sensory needs, and supporting your child in the case of a meltdown.
Register here. After signing up, you will receive a confirmation email within 48 hours, along with instructions for joining the webinar.