It's a Panda thing : a visit to my world of pathological demand avoidance / written by Rachel Jackson and illustrated by Zeke Clough.

By: Jackson, Rachel.
Contributor(s): Clough, Zeke [illustrator].
Publisher: [Ipswich] : Changing Things Publishing, 2019Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : colour illustrations : 23 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781999676940.Subject(s): PATHOLOGICAL DEMAND AVOIDANCE SYNDROME | PARENT GUIDES | JUVENILE LITERATURESummary: "As the developmental journey of her eldest son continues, and the diagnosis process becomes more complex and confusing this book takes us into a new world beyond the initial explorations of autism and Aspergers. This book enters the relatively uncharted territory og pathological demand avoidance. PDA can be a tough journey for both a child and their family - and one not always supported by the system. With a foreword from Harry Thompson (The PDA Paradox) plus parent/carer notes from both the author and the PDA Society this book is offered as an observation, a reflection and at times a set of shared experiences. A few words from the PDA Society: 'This book offers an accessible, appealing insight into the much misunderstood PDA profile of autism, featuring our panda ambassador and a PANDA mnemonic for the approaches which are most helpful with PDA.'
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"As the developmental journey of her eldest son continues, and the diagnosis process becomes more complex and confusing this book takes us into a new world beyond the initial explorations of autism and Aspergers. This book enters the relatively uncharted territory og pathological demand avoidance. PDA can be a tough journey for both a child and their family - and one not always supported by the system. With a foreword from Harry Thompson (The PDA Paradox) plus parent/carer notes from both the author and the PDA Society this book is offered as an observation, a reflection and at times a set of shared experiences.
A few words from the PDA Society: 'This book offers an accessible, appealing insight into the much misunderstood PDA profile of autism, featuring our panda ambassador and a PANDA mnemonic for the approaches which are most helpful with PDA.'

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