Aucademy in discussion: The “violent” meltdown fallacy

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In this video Dr Chloe Farahar and Harry Thompson discuss in detail Autistic overwhelm, meltdown, shutdown, and burnout, and the fallacy of “violent and challenging” behaviours, with some practical tips and advice to help you or your Autistic person thrive. This video covers Autistic experiences of: overwhelm; meltdown; shutdown; and burnout (and why burnout can be mistaken for depression), before Chloe and Harry pick apart why Autistic meltdowns cannot be violent, and why we should challenge the idea that they are, as well as the idea of “challenging” behaviours.

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