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Keeping children bodies, minds and emotions on task just got easier with this new book from self-regulation expert Teresa Garland. Featuring more than 200 practical and proven interventions, strategies and adaptation for helping children gain more control over their lives. Each chapter provides rich background and theoretical material to help the reader better understand t Keeping children bodies, minds and emotions on task just got easier with this new book from self-regulation expert Teresa Garland. Featuring more than 200 practical and proven interventions, strategies and adaptation for helping children gain more control over their lives. Each chapter provides rich background and theoretical material to help the reader better understand the issues our children face. Topics include: * Basic and advanced methods to calm a child and to preventing outbursts and melt-downs * Interventions to help with attention problems, impulse control, distractibility and the ability to sit still * Stories and video-modeling for autism, along with techniques to quell repetitive behaviors * Sensory strategies for sensitivity and craving * Behavioral and sensory approaches to picky eating * Ways to increase organization skills using technology and apps * Strategies for managing strong emotions as well as techniques for releasing them


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Keeping children bodies, minds and emotions on task just got easier with this new book from self-regulation expert Teresa Garland. Featuring more than 200 practical and proven interventions, strategies and adaptation for helping children gain more control over their lives. Each chapter provides rich background and theoretical material to help the reader better understand t Keeping children bodies, minds and emotions on task just got easier with this new book from self-regulation expert Teresa Garland. Featuring more than 200 practical and proven interventions, strategies and adaptation for helping children gain more control over their lives. Each chapter provides rich background and theoretical material to help the reader better understand the issues our children face. Topics include: * Basic and advanced methods to calm a child and to preventing outbursts and melt-downs * Interventions to help with attention problems, impulse control, distractibility and the ability to sit still * Stories and video-modeling for autism, along with techniques to quell repetitive behaviors * Sensory strategies for sensitivity and craving * Behavioral and sensory approaches to picky eating * Ways to increase organization skills using technology and apps * Strategies for managing strong emotions as well as techniques for releasing them

30 review for Self-Regulation Interventions and Strategies: Keeping the Body, Mind and Emotions on Task in Children with Autism, ADHD or Sensory Disorders

  1. 4 out of 5

    Janessa

    Very practical and gives the reasons/research behind the interventions and strategies.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Rick Sam

    I really appreciate Teresa giving references at the end of her work. This is a Concrete, Practical Book. How much time will it take? About 4 Hours I came across this book for specifically understanding -- Goals of Executive Functions. Teresa gives strategies, stories of Children managing. She writes it specifically for Children with special needs. She also goes into Basic Emotional Regulation. I wish, she had taken, Gloria Wilcox's Emotional Wheel for emotional regulation. Basically, the wheel I really appreciate Teresa giving references at the end of her work. This is a Concrete, Practical Book. How much time will it take? About 4 Hours I came across this book for specifically understanding -- Goals of Executive Functions. Teresa gives strategies, stories of Children managing. She writes it specifically for Children with special needs. She also goes into Basic Emotional Regulation. I wish, she had taken, Gloria Wilcox's Emotional Wheel for emotional regulation. Basically, the wheel goes into Core emotions and branches out into feelings. Also, she failed to mention, meta-emotion for cognitive understanding. Eg: How do you feel, about feeling sad? She says Concealment, Tolerance, Reappraisal are strategies. Concealment is not recommended, as in the long run, it might lead to health-issues. Executive Function: -Create a List -Schedule -Reminder -Create Routine -Task (How long does it take?) -Define Success Overall, A Great Book, I would recommend this to everyone. This would also help us to understand Children, Learning Behavior, Parenting Techniques. Deus Vult, Gottfried

  3. 4 out of 5

    Marci

    I found this book to be full of practical advice for teachers, parents, and specialists. I listened to the book and want to get it in print so I can quickly refer to the suggestions I can use with my students. Some suggestions that stood out: Present rules and procedures in first person narrative form, give students time to transition, understanding sensory modulation in the individual is essential, and create a routine that also includes a daily surprise/change so they learn how to cope with ch I found this book to be full of practical advice for teachers, parents, and specialists. I listened to the book and want to get it in print so I can quickly refer to the suggestions I can use with my students. Some suggestions that stood out: Present rules and procedures in first person narrative form, give students time to transition, understanding sensory modulation in the individual is essential, and create a routine that also includes a daily surprise/change so they learn how to cope with change-use first person narrative to introduce this idea.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Reader

    Very well written, but as a parent to a 4 year old, I didn’t find this particularly helpful. Most of the examples and advice were for kids probably ages 7-8 and up. It would be a great resource for that age group.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Ursula

    I liked parts of this book because it gave good ideas for interventions for some of my needier students. But some of it was not relevant to me as a teacher and was geared more towards parents, which is great if I ever am a parent of a child with special needs. I will know right where to find help.

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