Making things better after a meltdown

Posted by: alisrowe, August 22, 2017

In most cases, when an autistic person has a meltdown, they have very little control. This is especially true with children, but many adults also are not able to control their behaviour once a meltdown has been triggered. Whilst a meltdown is happening, most people will agree that there is no control.

This is how the girl with the curly hair’s meltdowns tend to start…

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