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PDA (Pathological Demand Avoidance)

PDA (Pathological Demand Avoidance) is widely understood to be a profile on the autism spectrum, involving the avoidance of everyday demands and the use of ‘social’ strategies as part of this avoidance. PDA individuals share autistic characteristics and also have many of the ‘key features’ of a PDA profile.

There is lots of information and resources available below and from the PDA Society.

Demand Avoidant Approaches (NCC)

Extreme Demand Avoidance (EDA)

Learning Task Choice Board

PANDA Strategies 

Importance Grid (NCC)

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