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What is SPD? The Basics and Common Misconceptions. Good graphic on tantrums vs. Also works to help identify in adults (adults throw tantrums and have meltdowns too).

Meltdown vs tantrum

Meltdown vs tantrum And everything is a no because they can't figure out how to make the overwhelmed feeling stop. Dustin does this often when he feels like we are out too much.

5 Strategies that Work for Me during our kid’s Meltdowns

12 Strategies that Work for Me during our kid’s Meltdowns

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10 Calming Techniques and Transition Strategies for Kids

The Inspired Treehouse - Learn 10 transition strategies to help prevent tantrums and meltdowns when kids need to move from one activity to another throughout the day.

THINGS TO NEVER SAY TO Someone with Sensory Processing Disorder http://lemonlimeadventures.com/10-things-never-say-person-with-sensory-processing-disorder/

10 Things to Never Say to a Person with Sensory Processing Disorder

10 Things to Never Say to a Person with Sensory Processing Disorder - Lemon Lime Adventures

Behavioral Tools for Perfectionists' Meltdowns - Autism Classroom Resources

Behavioral Tools for Perfectionists' Meltdowns

Do you have students with autism who need to learn appropriate coping strategies to avoid overreacting if they make a mistake? Social stories, contingency maps, and size of my problem scales can help students learn better ways to manage their own behavio

Calm Down Bin

preschool sensory activities Calm Down Bin for sensory meltdowns and tantrums. Great list of tools for kids with sensory processing disorder to help them regain control and get the input they need.

If this is your child, you know they're not the same thing. #OT Pinned by StaffRehab www.pinterest.com/staffrehab

The Difference Between Tantrums and Sensory Meltdowns

Knowing the difference between tantrums and sensory meltdown helps you better respond. "To tame tantrums, acknowledge what your child needs without giving in. - To manage a meltdown, help your child find a safe, quiet place to de-escalate.

Learn tips for handling sleep disruption, food sensitivity, meltdowns and aggression with autistic children.

How to Handle the 4 Most Challenging Autism Behaviors

How to deal with 4 common behaviors in children with Autism - difference between tantrum and meltdown

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