What to Do about Smearing

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AUTHOR
Kate E. Reynolds, Lucy Pulleyblank (Illustrator)
DIMENSION
12,11 MB
FILE NAME
What to Do about Smearing.pdf
ISBN
8327185017650

DESCRIPTION

Addressing the often hidden, yet not uncommon, behaviour of faecal smearing among children and adults with autism and developmental and intellectual disabilities, this practical handbook shows how to tackle this often embarrassing and difficult issue in a positive way. Informing parents and caregivers of the many causes of smearing, the author offers tried-and-tested, everyday approaches for managing this behaviour. This supportive guidebook includes down-to-earth advice, helpful picture narratives, examples of how to prepare and use diary sheets for behaviour analysis, and practical exercises that can be carried out at home. There is also advice on what to do if a child ingests faeces, and dealing with persistent or recurring smearing. With a focus on positive low-arousal responses and featuring the voices of parents who have experience of their child's smearing, families will feel supported and confident in identifying the causes of smearing, and be able to choose and carry out appropriate preventative approaches. This will also be a useful resource for professionals who encounter smearing behaviour, including social workers and SEN and teaching staff.

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Fast and free shipping free returns cash on delivery available on eligible purchase. Addressing the often hidden, yet not uncommon, behaviour of faecal smearing among children and adults with autism and developmental and intellectual disabilities, this practical handbook shows how to tackle this often embarrassing and difficult issue in a positive way.Informing parents and caregivers of the many causes With practical advice and examples of interventions, this supportive book presents positive ways to manage faecal smearing in children and adults with autism and developmental disabilities. Explaining the root causes of smearing for better understanding, this is a reassuring resource for families and professionals who experience smearing behaviour. Smearing can take lots of different forms, from a toddler reaching into her nappy and then wiping poo on herself through to an older child taking faeces out of the toilet and playing with it.

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