During the epidemic period and after school resumes, due to changes in the way of living and learning caused by home restrictions, coupled with the psychological pressure, many parents have reported that their children have repeated behavior problems of varying degrees such as non-compliance, temper tantrums, and even aggression towards others or themselves. These behaviors not only hinder children’s learning and socialization, but also affect their emotion, safety, other people and the surrounding environment. Hence, the behaviors must be addressed as early as possible.
Behavioral issues are complicated, constantly changing and are affected by many different factors. Behavior management strategies are diverse and vary from person to person. The following ten steps hopefully can help address different behavior problems of children with autism: