Most of the behavior issues ive noticed from this disorder in my son who is 6 years old now, are linked to quite a few things. One is sugar. I have to be very strict of what time of day and such when he gets sugar or he becomes quite uncontrollable. Another thing is social activity. The influences he sees and tries to follow. And the last thing is the educational and physical frustrations. Though at times i realize that my son has memory loss contributing with his behavior at times. I have memory loss as well. I blame it on microcephaly i have caused by the disorder. I believe my son has microcephaly also. Usually i do therapy on my son myself. Its important to explore all hands on activities as possible. Its helpful to be open to them and even using old methods you remember from your childhood. Ive taught my son to take a moment to himself when hes frustrated. He puts himself in a quiet timeout and then rejoins his class or continues his work. Honestly i see sugar is the worst problem. I dont know why but with the right restrictions he seems to do well everyday. If you cant figure out what causes the behavior problems, its good to try a different routine like every week or 2 and keep track of what you notice different like even a diet change can impact behavior. Once you find a balance, adjuat your family life with it. do what you can to make them happy.