pdamatters_logo_2Meet Rash, a PDA kid. He can be pleasant, but his parents and teachers find him extremely difficult. The big problem is he resists and avoids the routine demands of daily life. He often has emotional ‘meltdowns’ over trivial things and acts in a ‘rash’ way, not thinking of the (possibly dangerous) consequences. He’s not naughty; he’s highly anxious. It’s part of his PDA, a type of autism.

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