From time to time, children avoid doing things they may be asked to do. But sometimes you may find your child, or someone you care for, going to extreme measures to resist or ignore what they may see as a demand. This behavior pattern is called Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA).

Hear from ORS’ State Manager for Positive Behaviour Support Erin Bowcock as she walks us through what this means for our little ones and how we can use play therapy as support in improving our little one’s quality of life.

ORS’ Pathological Demand Avoidance with Erin Bowcock

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