'Can you have PDA without Autism?' is a common question asked by people who have recently discovered Pathological Demand Avoidance.
Collaboration and negotiation are listed as helpful approaches for PDA. Let's look at why you should negotiate with your PDA child.
Parenting a PDA child means challenging traditional parenting norms such as the widely accepted rule that parents should never be friends with their kids.
Learn about the PDA PANDA support strategies for the Pathological Demand Avoidance profile of Autism along with real-life examples of how to use them with a PDA child.
At some point your PDA child may require various forms of therapy. A tailored approach is essential, so how do you bring up PDA with your allied health professional?
Use this PDA glossary of terms to help you learn more about Pathological Demand Avoidance and its associated expressions.
A PDA diagnosis can be tricky to get. What options are available to parents seeking a PDA diagnosis in Australia?
Is PDA recognised in Australia? This post discusses the extent of Pathological Demand Avoidance awareness in Australia, plus why it is so important.