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Behaviour is a way for a child or young person to communicate. This means behaviour is their way of letting you know something is not right, but they can't or don't know how else to communicate that.
It can be seen like an iceberg - the behaviour is what you see above the water, but there's lots more going on underneath the surface!
Yvonne Newbold's website has a series of videos to help and support children who have extreme behaviours and who also have an additional need.
Yvonne Newbold's website also has resources on understanding and reducing extreme behaviour in children with SEND.
If you are concerned about your child's behviour the Council for Disabled Children have created a behaviour guide with information and where to go for help.
bild.org.uk have positive behaviour support and resources for families.