Behavior Issue #5: Talking Too Loudly or Interrupting Others
Children are expected to keep their voices down in libraries, museums and other places. But kids with learning and attention issues may blurt things out or not realize they’re talking too loudly. Try to work out a signal that means “Please lower your voice.” You might touch your child’s shoulder or tap your cheek. If he keeps talking loudly, take him outside to let him talk for a bit. Or if he has lots of questions for the tour guide, have him ask you quietly and write them down so he can get answers later.