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Hitting at school

Post  sewsable on Fri Feb 17, 2012 7:32 am

Ian's been hitting his teacher aide, they're doing a reward system at school to help but I'm not sure how to help as he doesn't seem to associate doing wrong with punishment. Any suggestions?
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Post  teegee on Tue Feb 21, 2012 5:27 am

I wish I knew the answer - DD1 went through a phase of biting, and every so often will start biting again. We just tell her firmly "no biting" and get her to repeat it back to us, and we think it sinks in because she stops biting (for a bit!!). Maybe it could work with hitting? Or is that too basic for Ian? Have you tried picture cues? Social story??

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Post  Jeshiko on Thu Feb 23, 2012 6:35 am

Mikko has started hitting me too Sad It's very softly but still rather worrying!

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Post  sewsable on Thu Feb 23, 2012 7:56 am

For the moment I've gone back to reminding him each morning as I kiss him goodbye to "listen, concentrate and use safe hands"; hoping that will help. Not much else I can do from here.
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Post  missbee on Wed Feb 29, 2012 2:03 am

Aw I feel for you. Chris hit and bit at the beggining of last year. I was mortified. He bit and hit other kids in the playground

Not much help I know, but he did stop. We punished him at home for it (which his teacher said we didnt need to, but i felt i wanted to reinforce that the behaviour was not acceptable at home also) so he lost toys or privelages, but only for a day.

He has not (touch wood) done it at all at his new school. So heres hoping its a phase. I hope you come up with a solution. Sorry no help here really

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