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Preventing Repetitive Behavior

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Posted July 16, 2013

 

  • Tune in to your loved one’s daily routine.

  • Identify a few of your loved one’s distractions that could change their course.

  • Surround your loved one with love and attention—this may help ease repetitive actions.

  • Keep your journal current with clues that could lead to repetitive actions.

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