1. Keep the behavior expectations simple.
2. Post the rules and refer to them often.
3. Provide your child with an acceptable replacement behavior.
4. Establish a preventive signal system if possible – use the
preventive signal once as a reminder.
Example signals are:
Stand in front of desk
Hold up a visual cue card
Tap finger on desk
Touch child’s shoulder
5. Provide immediate feedback to your child.
6. Initiate consequences as soon as possible once the disruption occurs.
7. Make sure the consequence is related to the incident.