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Managing Meltdowns

December 10, 2012

Information about managing meltdowns

I would love to hear from other autistic people, about what methods work for them, to manage overload and self-regulate levels of stress and emotion! Please share yours in the comments section! Also if you want to respond/comment on some of the ones in this reblogged list, please do!

Thanks

Athena

Raising a Child with Asperger's Syndrome

Note: I apologize for this post being late. I had this post completely finished yesterday afternoon and my internet connection glitched and I lost 50% of this post.

 Reading Gavin Bollard’s article, Adult Meltdowns and Problems of Restraint, prompted me to ask several of my Facebook and Twitter acquaintances the following question:

As adults, how do you anticipate/prevent meltdowns? Or handle the situation post-meltdown?

The subsequent responses on twitter and Facebook were so helpful to me, I wanted to share some of my favorites ideas.

First I wanted to share my favorite definition of a meltdown:

When the sensory and neurological system becomes overwhelmed to the point of loss of control. This can look like rage or a tantrum but it is deeper than that. – Lynne Soraya

There seems to be three parts to meltdown control.

Prediction:

#5 – Know your Triggers. (@Sunfell) The first step to any of this is understanding…

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