Promoting Positive Behavior in our Autism Treatments

Problem behavior, typically thought of as “ASD Behavior”, is both voluntary and involuntary action that autistic children resort to as a coping mechanism in their environment. Positive behavior, signs that your child with ASD listens, watches, responds, and eagerly wants to be a part of the learning and growth process is what we encourage in our treatment. Our program is not one of behavior modification, nor are we a textbook program that treats behavior in autism based on age-related standards. We treat behavior as information.

Tips for Improving Challenging Behavior

This blog post was written by Certified RDI® Consultant Dr. Sarah Wayland. You can read the original here. It’s easy to focus on your child’s problem behaviors. It’s like parents are wired to think about what we need to fix, rather than about what is going well. This...

Behavior: Start with the Mind First!

At RDIconnect, our programs focus on rebuilding the brain’s neural pathways that have disrupted the naturally occurring parent-child Guiding Relationship, which opens the door to learning!RDI is not a behavior therapy and it is not a checklist of skills that have to...

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