Workshop on Response to Crisis Behavior
Meltdowns and aggressive behaviors often occur with individuals with autism. This is a way for them to communicate something that is personally distressing. Parents, teachers, caregivers, and anyone who interacts with the individual should know how to respond to these events and help them through a tough experience-- while minimizing physical trauma or destruction to property.

This seminar-workshop will help participants understand the cause of crisis behaviors, will provide tips on deescalating behaviors before they become meltdowns and provide practical tips on how to avoid injury for both the person with autism and those around them when aggressive behaviors occur.

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