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19
Nov
2008
4:09 mins
Episode: Calm Down 2 
FAQautism | 621 Episodes
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Furious outbursts and meltdowns are unwelcome interruptions that cause stress to escalate for everyone involved. It is difficult to remain calm when a person explodes, but quiet, measured, predictable responses help dissipate the storm. Sometimes an angry individual with autism needs some quiet time away from others in order to calm down.
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