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Self-injurious and aggressive behaviour


Self-injurious behaviour refers to non-accidental behaviours that have the potential to cause damage, such as reddening of the skin, bruising, bleeding, hair loss, etc. Self-injurious behaviour is common in individuals with CdLS and includes behaviours such as self-hitting, head banging or self-biting, although it is not an inevitable consequence of the syndrome

Some behaviours shown in CdLS can be identical to self-injurious behaviour but do not cause any bodily damage. These behaviours may develop into self-injurious behaviour over time.

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Self-injurious and aggressive behaviour

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To identify the cause of self-injurious behaviour in individuals with CdLS, medical assessment, specifically looking for sources of pain, should be followed by behavioural assessment of self-restraint then functional analysis.
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Treatment of self-injurious behaviour should include both medical and behavioural strategies.

Vores publikationer

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How to Address Challenging Behaviors Webinar

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Features of Cornelia de Lange Syndrome relevant to self-injury

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BEHAVIOUR SPECIAL REPORT; GROWING UP WITH CdLS

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Self-injurious behaviour in Cornelia de Lange Syndrome

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Dental related medical problems that might be associated with self-injurious behaviour

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Eye problems often associated with Self Injurous Behaviour

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Communication

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SELF-INJURIOUS BEHAVIOUR IN CORNELIA DE LANGE SYNDROME, A Guide for Parents and Carers

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Intellectual disability as relevant to self-injurious behaviour

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Self-injurious behaviour in people with intellectual disability

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Experiences with growing up with CdLS

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Self-injury and aggression

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Behavioural challenges in children and adults with CdLS

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Assessment of the causes of self-injurious behaviour

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Ear problems often associated with Self Injurious Behaviour

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Gastro-intestinal disorders often associated with self injurious behaviour

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Medical and physical features of Cornelia de Lange Syndrome relevant to self-injury

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Bone and joint problems often associated with self injurious behaviour

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Stereotyped behaviour

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INTERVENTIONS FOR SELF-INJURIOUS BEHAVIOUR

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Self-injurious and aggressive behaviours

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Neurodevelopmental Disorders and Behavioral Management

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Causes of self-injurious behaviour in Cornelia de Lange Syndrome


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  


  

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