LATEST NEWS

Commentary on Prof Green Lancet article published

In the July issue of The Lancet a commentary entitled "Demand avoidance is not necessarily defiance", written by O'Nions, Happe, Viding, Gould and Noens in response to the Prof Green article "Pathological Demand Avoidance:symptoms but not a syndrome" in the same publication in March, was published.

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Survey Results Published

Survey results describing the experiences of nearly 1,500 people are published in a report entitled 'Being Misunderstood'

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Important research published

Essential reading: the latest published paper on PDA

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George Timlin Obituary

The PDA Society are sad to learn of the death of George Timlin.

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Surrey Joint Position Statement: PDA

New position statement from Surrey regarding PDA

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Stephs Two Girls - This is Our PDA Story

Steph, author of the popular blog 'Steph's Two Girls' and the parent of a daughter with the PDA profile of autism, is looking for contributions from parents, carers or individuals with PDA to add to her series of 'My PDA Story' which she began a couple of years ago.

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Research by Liz O'Nions

The current research being conducted by Liz O'Nions will remain open until November 2017. Collating information from a large sample group would be extremely helpful for Liz regarding this research study. If you would like to be involved please click on the continue button for further details.

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PDAANZ - "connecting the dots"

Pathological Demand Avoidance Australia and New Zealand PDAANZ - "connecting the dots" is a brand new website and Facebook community page for families located in Australia and New Zealand.

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My Family Our Needs put PDA in the Spotlight

The PDA Society were thrilled to be contacted by My Family Our Needs to provide consultation for their July edition of 'In The Spotlight' which focused on PDA. My Family Our Needs is a popular lifestyle site and online resource for families, carers and practitioners supporting children and young adults with additional needs. .

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New Case Studies

PDA Society includes new stories from girls and adults in its series of case studies.

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