Challenging behaviour

Visual schedules can help reduce frustration and anxiety which can often be triggers for challenging behaviour.

Use a TomTag schedule to organise and provide structure to a child’s day with a visual representation of daily home or school routines. Providing children with clear and consistent visual cues to inform them about what is happening next and to prepare them for transitions and changes will reduce their frustration and anxiety and lead to an improvement in their behaviour.

A TomTag prompt can be used to promote positive behaviour by providing a child with visual cues showing clear expectations. Create a simple reward chart using TomTag to reinforce desired behaviour and success.

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