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Working with autism

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I have found they are smarter then most give them credit for. Especially those with behaviors. Working with the behaviors I realize they know when they are doing wrong and they know to stop when an "authority" is present or coming in the room where this behavior is taking place. I also notice a lot of the bad behaiors are to get attention more than it is a tantrum or an actual melt down. Why is it that some are better behaved than others. But the ones who aren't so well behaved know they are doing wrong but still chooses to? It's kind of frustrating trying to protect the better behaved ones from the ones not so well behaved. I almost feel like I'm being neglectful because they are being attacked or having their food taken away from them or even belongings. If you work with people with autism, how do you cope with he ones who are being mistreated by the others?
Posted by Anonymous on Aug. 18, 2016 at 6:44 PM
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