- fulwood wrote in speechpathology
- March 12th, 21:24
I am working with a 10 year old boy who is autistic. His goals are manageable for me with the exception of one.. he is hitting his younger brothers but obviously I don't see this when I am working with him. He just had a recent eval done. The goal is: "blank will improve pragmatic skills by using appropriate verbal language to resolve conflicts with no yelling 4/5 times etc.. Well as I never see these behaviors I can "talk" to him about this till I am blue in the face. Any ideas? Family doesn't have internet so can't show him anything that might be appropriate on YouTube regarding inappropriate behaviors. One thing is good though whenever I see him and ask how he has behaved since I last saw him - he will say good/bad and/or that he did hit his brothers. It's normally done when his younger brothers take his stuff etc. I just don't know how to help him in this area. Any advice appreciated. I'm an SLPA..