Pathological Demand Avoidance and ASD in children and young people

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Join us to find some strategies to manage boundaries and demands.

Pathological Demand Avoidance and ASD in children and young people

Hosted by Clare Truman

Clare has been teaching for twelve years and specialising in autism for nine. From 2017 to 2019, she was director of Spectrum Space Community Interest Company; an alternative education provision which specialised in supporting autistic children with PDA. She now provides distance learning packages for students with PDA who find it difficult to access school and is currently completing a PhD exploring the educational experiences of PDA children and young people.

Clare will be talking about how to prioritise and present demands and collaborate with children and young people to reduce the anxiety that demands, and boundaries, can cause.


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This will be a video meet up using Zoom and is open to all our registered carers although spaces are limited.

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