Understanding Discipline for Special Needs (No Points)
The lecture shows the differences between punishment and discipline and gives practical examples of how these are presented as well as their effects on Special Needs children. The key differences and the importance of these differences are clarified.
Discusses the behavioural aspects that may be encountered, how they manifest, and what the possible causes are. This is related to Special Needs children’s behaviour and behavioural problems.
Discusses the symptoms of AD(H)D and how this affect their behaviour. It also covers the reasons behind their behavioural problems, such as tantrums. The lesson address the different symptoms of AD(H)D and the related conditions.
Covers Autism Spectrum Disorder and the various social communication and social skills challenges that accompany it. It lists and gives examples of the various symptoms and behavioural elements of ASD.
This lecture address Down Syndrome. It discusses the physical, intellectual, and developmental symptoms associated with Down Syndrome, as well as the cognitive and behavioural problems.
This lesson looks at SPD (Sensory Processing Disorder) in adults and children. It discusses the common symptoms of sensory avoidant children and in sensory seeking children. It presents the symptoms of tactile, visual, auditory, gustatory, olfactory, proprioceptive, vestibular, and interoception sensitivities.
This lecture presents the definitions and differences between Meltdowns and Temper Tantrums. It gives key characteristics of each and looks at the various types of temperaments in children.
The lecture teaches about communicating with Special Needs children during behavioural issues to address them in a wholesome manner. It suggests various established communication methods and systems which can be used for inspiration and guidance.
This lecture address the important distinctions between sympathy and empathy. Practical aexamples of disciplining children, including prevention and intervention, are presented. The main tenants of disciplining a Special Needs child are also explained.
Diagnosis specific discipline strategies are discussed in relation to ASD. The lecture discusses the various elements of disciplining a child on the autism spectrum. It also discusses some major behavioural problems and how to address these with ASD children.
Continues the discussion of diagnosis specific discipline strategies in relation to ASD. This lecture most closely discusses the role of the parents, or educator, in discipline a child on the autism spectrum. Some key elements of their role and examples are presented.
Diagnosis specific discipline strategies for children with AD(H)D are presented. The key actions to take and ways to approach punishment, discipline, and how to instruct are given along with examples and explanations. The Dos and Don’ts of coping with an AD(H)D child are also presented.
The final chapter on diagnosis specific discipline strategies speaks of children with SPD. It addresses the issues of social stigma, how to parent, and how to manage a child with SPD.