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What is a strategy? How can strategies help my special needs child?

A strategy is a plan of action designed to achieve a goal. Strategies are a great way to help our children process all kinds of sensory input. You can use strategies to help a child work through a meltdown or help your child make friends and be social. We use the concept of "Social Thinking" to help develop our strategies. The best thing about using strategies, is it teaches your child how to help themselves (as they learn and practice strategies)


Strategies To Help Calm A Meltdown:

1.  Play your child's favorite song to help sooth their brain.

2. Help your child take deep breathes to help calm down. 

3. Rub your child's back or use light massage to help them calm down.


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