- How to observe your child’s behavior and to focus on INCREASING productive behaviors, no matter how small or fleeting, that your child is already doing.
- How to apply the principles of behavior science in your own home by breaking behavior into tiny pieces and setting your child up to succeed.
- How to reinforce your child effectively so he or she learns quickly and happily, using the TAGteach approach.
I know that you can do a great job of helping your child learn and progress by applying the principles covered in this course. I urge you to go back over all the material again, do the exercises that I suggest and read/view the supplementary material provided.[/text_block]
Next Steps – Where to Learn More
For more information and step-by-step break downs of specific skills with tag point progressions, you may be interested in reading my book, For more information and step-by-step break-downs of specific skills with tag point progressions, you may be interested in reading my book, Chaos to Calm: Discovering solutions to the everyday problems of living with autism. There are also many articles in my blog and in the Resources pages that have this information.
My Online Course
As I mentioned at the beginning of this course, I conducted a survey of autism parents and therapists to find out what areas are of particular concern. From this survey, we developed a series of webinars to focus on those topics. These webinars were recorded and served as the basis for an in-depth online course.
Click here to find out more about this course.
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This is a resource that I will go back to many times to use for problem solving specific issues as well as for general principles and guidelines. As an occupational therapy practitioner working in the school setting I was especially helped by the wealth of information regarding implementing TAGteach in special education classrooms. This webinar series is an excellent supplement to the “Chaos to Calm” book.
Cheryl Jones COTA/L, Occupational Therapist in the School System
I have knowledge, I’m learning, I’m empowered. That is because wonderful, magical people shared that knowledge with me. This is what all parents and care-givers should have too. This is what the service providers should be teaching parents and care-givers: how to sail their own ship. Thank you TAGteach and thank you Chaos to Calm.
Seany Pogson, Special Needs Parent