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Re: Fixing Behaviors
Tue Jun 16, 2015 14:55

This concept really stood out to me as well. It also helped me understand my own misconceptions about individuals with ASD and how these misconceptions display them in a negative way. This also goes along with the point he made about labeling, which really stood out to me as well. When we label, we don't ask why, which causes us to not look for ways to help these individuals. This is incorrect thinking and hurts everyone all around.

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    • re: fixing behaviors - stacy huffman, Sat Jun 20 12:22
      This really jumped out to me as well. I think we are always so focused on "fixing" and "correcting" behaviors that we forget the fact that this is part of who they are. I too love the woman who... more
    • Re: Fixing Behaviors - McKenzi Davis, Tue Jun 16 17:24
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    • Re: Fixing Behaviors - bennettmc, Tue Jun 16 14:55
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