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Understanding Autism, Aggression and Self-Injury - Video

Understanding Autism, Aggression, and Self-Injury - Video

For people with developmental disabilities medical, environmental, communication, and psychiatric problems can be expressed as aggression or self-injury. Aggression and self-injury is distressing for everyone involved. Treating behaviors without understanding their root cause can have unintended consequences. In this talk, Dr. Kripke offers families and professionals an organized approach to assessing the possible cause(s) of aggression and self-injury. She offers strategies to affirm the needs of both self-advocates and those who love and care for them.

This talk was recorded by the New Jersey Autism Center of Excellence on September 16, 2020.

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