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When Challenging Behaviour Isn't What it Seems - Shared screen with speaker view
Caroline Keating
13:16
That check in made my day Sidney. Thank you.
Nada Fakhro
14:14
what would the other less challenging behaviors be on the spectrum?
Nada Fakhro
18:36
Je'anna does this apply to adults as well?
Liza Loop
24:05
Do you find Maslow's pyramid to be a useful model for understanding needs, safety, and triggers?
Liza Loop
25:35
Would you give a reference for Ross Greene's work?
Sylvie
26:00
https://drrossgreene.com/the-explosive-child.htm
Natasha Gossett
26:05
the explosive child by him is fab
Stephanie Sewell
26:28
there is also an excellent, very active FB group around his work.
Liza Loop
35:43
Thanks Je'anna. It's wonderful to be "diagnosed" after 77 years! Much better than simply being told "you're high strung".
laura watson
45:17
I wish I had this 3 months ago! I will need to tape this to the fridge for every time my daughter visits lol
Richard Fransham
47:41
Is there a reason that faculties of education have not been teaching this perspective?
Sylvie
48:36
There's very little awareness of PDA, even in SDE facilities at this point, in the USA at least, Richard.
Dileepa Manawadu
48:57
Is there a particular age at which the PDAer manifests? As in they need to be able to converse before we can identify?
Liza Loop
50:11
Would you talk about how the need for belonging may interact with the need for aloneness for PDAers?
Nada Fakhro
51:43
Thank you Je'anna for this presentation. I learned from it and very much appreciate that the techniques that you suggested also would apply well in other challenging situations.
Sylvie
53:03
We really started spotting it when our kid was put in a facility where demands did happen, and especially during a summer camp experience where there were many expectations to do what they're told to do
Sylvie
54:22
“my legs don't work” is something we hear a lot. Making space for rest is essential.
Richard Fransham
54:45
Thank you Je’anna. What you have presented will help me in all of my interactions with others. You've managed to teach an old dog.
Stephanie Sewell
54:50
If there's time after others' questions, can you please talk about the process/benefit of someone being diagnosed with PDA.
Liza Loop
55:11
Do you encounter children who are born PDA or is the anxiety state usually triggered by early experiences?
Liza Loop
01:01:14
I can see 3 generations of this kind of behavior in my family. It looks like it's inherited. Thanks for confirming.
Liza Loop
01:02:37
@Je'anna, you have many of us sitting here crying in relief from having this situation unrecognized in our own families! Thanks.
angelacross
01:04:10
If this is at birth, what test tell someone has this
Liza Loop
01:04:20
It's like being left handed in a right handed world.
Wendy Raver (She/Her)
01:07:59
Thank you so very much for this session, Je'anna. It was important for me on many levels.
Richard Fransham
01:08:42
Such a real problem for teachers, Michael. The conventional school does not adequately enable teachers to build the necessary relationships.
Caroline Keating
01:08:44
Thank you so much for this.
Sylvie
01:08:44
NEST tour at the bottom of this page: https://www.eventbrite.com/cc/nest-upcoming-training-events-218509
Alison Snieckus, Liberated Learners
01:08:54
So awesome, Je'anna! Thank you!!
laura watson
01:09:13
Thanks Je’anna! SOOO helpful!
Stephanie Sewell
01:09:15
Also what Dayna Martin said about screenuse yesterday.
Dileepa Manawadu
01:09:19
Fantastic session Je;anna. Learnt a lot.
Bruno (he/his)
01:09:20
thanks Jeanna!