Teaching social context to children with autism and why it’s vital for safeguarding

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  1. madusers

    Hello. I’m running a petition for raising awareness of an Autism disorder PDA. It stands for Pathological Demand avoidance. It means the individual with Autism (often a child) has such anxiety as a result of their sensory processing issues and deficits in social awareness that they avoid all demands on them to retain control of their world. (Eg getting dressed, education etc) it’s a challenge for parents and raising awareness with health professions will really help get this condition of “the spectrum map”. Will you support us?

    https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/127106/sponsors/cmuzjs1uZ30mBMZBQb

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