Protecting one child from the other

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Elliott is constantly being assulted by Emmett John. I have no clue how to stop it…..or for that matter what is causing it.

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Father to 3 with Autism and husband to my best friend. Oh...and creator fo this blog. :-)

  

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We deal with that. Ben is Katie's main target. We have a psych appt next week and are looking towards meds. Therapy alone has not worked…sorry you have to go through this, too.

Julia
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At a special needs preschool I used to work at the children were taught to say "stop! I don't like it" (using 'stop' hand sign in front of them) when they were being harassed by other kids..if Elliot is assertive enough, maybe Emmett John could be deterred by this. Just a thought!

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Let me know when you figure it out – Logan does the same to his brothers, who have basically learned to run quite well by now! –Kat
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