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Be proactive with communicating to home about positives too! Ask to meet to collaborate, the parent is the expert of the child and treating them as such is a great way to start building a partnership. I recommend framing the communication in a way where you are staying factual about the behaviors and ask about what they notice at home. Are they doing things that are working? Could you come up with some similar or consistent supports? Behavior is always communication...what is the student saying/wanting from the behaviors?
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