Yelling doesn’t work

When Frustrated with Your Child – Refrain from Yelling

When you are at your wits end with your child, because they will not listen to you – raising your voice or yelling will not help at all. In fact if you yell at your child out of frustration, you could have an adverse effect upon the child. ABA therapists, Birka Katic, explains how yelling does NOT work with a child dealing with Autism.

Autism Support Now is a Parent advisory blog and media site presented by "Ella's Hope for Autism" a 501c3 public charity in Missouri. This site is built for parents dealing with Autism . . . by parents dealing with Autism. Hope and Sam McPheeters (founders of Ella's Hope) have two children on the spectrum, and strive to provide continued advice for other parents, who are dealing with the same issues..