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All behavior is communication and difficult behaviors can be the result of a child not being able to communicate effectively. Syndromes also can influence behaviors. The information on behavior can assist educators and families to help children learn and develop in positive ways.

Biobehavioral States: When Are They Ready to Learn?

Functional Assessment: Understanding and Identifying the Causes of Challenging Behaviors in Students who are Deaf-Blind

Harmonious Interactions

National Family Association for Deaf-

Parent Perspectives on... Communication, Behavioral, and Instructional Strategies for Children and Youth Who Are Deaf-Blind

Positive Behavioral Supports and Social Relationships

Awareness of Medical Issues in Relation to Changes in Behavior

Is It "Problem Behavior": When is "Problem Behavior" Something Other Than Problem Behavior?

Relaxation Strategies

Role of the Emotional Brain

What’s LIKE Got to Do With Learning: Using a Child’s Preferences

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