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Behavioural Conditions

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31 Jul 2008

Auditory Processing Disorder (APD)

"I give the pupils instructions but she never seems to do as I tell her." Did she actually hear the instruction in the first place? Pupils have difficulty understanding spoken messages, using speech, reading and remembering instructions. When they forget spoken messages or instructions they...
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26 Jun 2008

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

What is it? Imagine being so worried about cleanliness that simply popping out to the shop means having to wash your hands again and again before leaving your house. And immediately after you leave, having to go back to wash them again because you touched the door handle and may have picked up some...
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26 Jun 2008


Autism is a lifelong developmental disability. It is part of the autism spectrum and is sometimes referred to as an autism spectrum disorder, or an ASD. The word 'spectrum' is used because, while all people with autism share three main areas of difficulty, their condition will affect them in very di...
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26 Jun 2008

Challenging Behaviour & Links to Food & Drink

FUEL FOR THOUGHT: An article for Behaviour UK by Behaviour Consultant Dave Vizard IMPROVING BEHAVIOUR AND ENHANCING LEARNING IN THE CLASSROOM Why is it that a student’s ability to learn is influenced by the food and drink they have during the day? Why is it that we appear less able to cope...
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26 Jun 2008

ADHD: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Do you have a difficult pupil in your class who is unable to keep still or concentrate? Science has a name for it: ADD/HD’ If the pupil in your classroom is constantly restless, behaves impulsively and finds it hard to concentrate, it may be a sign of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADD...
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26 Jun 2008

Asperger Syndrome

What is Asperger Syndrome? BehaviourUK would like to thank Ben Good for letting us reprint his article. Ben has Asperger Syndrome and we explained to him that we wanted an article to give teachers an idea about the condition and how to help pupils in their classes who may be displaying the symptom...
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