Tantrums vs Meltdowns: What You Need To Know in Terms of ACL-17-95

Article by Michelle Collins Meltdowns are a good thing when it’s chocolate chips melting down into fudge sauce or butter melting down onto baked potatoes hot from the oven, but there aren’t many parents who would liken the meltdown of their autistic child to the joys of comfort food. And while there is a great deal of information available on how to differentiate between a tantrum and a meltdown, such…

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12-Month Analysis of Counties’ Implementation of CDSS All County Letter 17-95 (Regarding Anti-Social and Aggressive Behaviors)

12-Month Analysis of Counties’ Implementation of CDSS All County Letter 17-95 (Regarding Anti-Social and Aggressive Behaviors)

12-Month Analysis of Counties’ Implementation of CDSS All County Letter 17-95 (Regarding Anti-Social and Aggressive Behaviors) Analysis written by IHSS Advocate, David Wolff CDSS All County Letter (“ACL”) 17-95 was released by the State on 09/12/17 and was intended to clarify a number of areas, including the following. Protective Supervision prorationenvironmental modificationsfall-riskanti-social behavioraggressive behavior With a focus on ACL 17-95 Anti-Social and Aggressive Behavior guidelines, this analysis encompasses, breaks down and summarizes this author’s/advocate’s…

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