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Possible Sensory Triggers Around Bath Time by Autball
Why you can't just do the thing (not everything is PDA)by Autball
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Autistic Empathy Can Look Like - by Autball
Signs your demand avoidant person/child is actually trying to work with you-by Autball.
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Infographic by Autball entitled: PDA vs OUTWARD BEHAVIOR. *PDA = Pathological Demand Avoidance.  A white box with blue text labeled “Internal Drivers” reads: PDA is - Hypersensitivity to the perceived loss of or threat to personal autonomy and Highly sensitive Neuroception.  A larger white box with blue text is labeled “Coping Mechanisms and Stress Behaviors.” It reads: PDA is not - Saying no; Doing the opposite; Arguing; Hurtful words; Yelling; Controlling behavior; Threats; Making up excuses; Complying; Running away; Hiding; Physical aggression; Getting quiet; Revenge; Bargaining; Pretending to be something else; Doing nothing; Doing things their own way; Doing things while no one is looking; Pretending not to hear you; Doing things before anyone can ask.
Possible reasons autistic people struggle with empathy by Autball
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Neurodiversity Infographic by Autball
Neurodiversity Infographic by Autball
Neurodiversity Infographic by Autball
Bad Assessment BINGO (Adult Edition) - Autball
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Allism Mom poster.png
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White text on a green/blue gradient background that reads:  “What if they don’t need more coping skills? What if they just need you to stop giving them so much to cope with?”  Autball logo at the bottom.
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