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PANDA approaches in German

The PDA Society has been contacted by Elli C who has kindly translated our PANDA approaches into German. We’re sharing the translation here in case it helps others. Please note: the PDA Society is not able to verify the accuracy of translations listed on our website.   Translation date: May 2022   .fusion-body .fusion-button.button-1{border-radius:2px 2px 2px [...]

Information in German

Elli C (german_language_pda_learnings) on Instagram shares information about PDA in German and plans to translate PDA Society resources to share there as well.   .fusion-body .fusion-button.button-2{border-radius:2px 2px 2px 2px;}Visit Instagram account   Please note: the PDA Society is not able to verify the accuracy of translations listed on our website.

What is PDA? booklet in Finnish

The PDA Society has been contacted by PDA Suomi who has kindly translated our What is PDA? booklet text into Finnish. We’re sharing the translated booklet text here in case it helps others. Please note: the PDA Society is not able to verify the accuracy of translations listed on our [...]

What is PDA? booklet in Polish

The PDA Society has been contacted by Pomiędzy PDA who has kindly translated our What is PDA? booklet text into Polish. We’re sharing the translated booklet text here in case it helps others. Please note: the PDA Society is not able to verify the accuracy of translations listed on our [...]

PDA Mama Bear (USA)

PDA Mama Bear, Sandra McConnell write blogs, hosts training, and mentors young people to model and demonstrate that there is such a thing as “positive PDA.”   .fusion-body .fusion-button.button-6{border-radius:2px 2px 2px 2px;}Visit website  

Journeys With PDA (USA)

Journeys with PDA provides consultations, trainings, resources, and support to families and professionals living or working with individuals with a PDA profile. Journeys with PDA was born out of a desire to spread awareness about a unique profile of autism, Pathological Demand Avoidance. We are both raising sons with autism, [...]

What is PDA? booklet in Russian

The PDA Society has been contacted by a supporter who has kindly translated our What is PDA? booklet into Russian. We’re sharing the translated booklet here in case it helps others. Please note: the PDA Society is not able to verify the accuracy of translations listed on our website.   Translation date: [...]

PDA Italy

AUTISMO PDA ITALIA provides consultancies in Italian and English to PDA families to help them better understand and implement PDA techniques, find ways to empower their PDAer and help them embrace their full potential. We also work with PDA adults to help them manage the demands of work and everyday [...]

What is PDA? booklet in Spanish

The PDA Society has been contacted by the parents of a PDA child who have kindly translated our What is PDA? booklet into Spanish. We’re sharing the translated booklet here in case it helps others. Please note: the PDA Society is not able to verify the accuracy of translations listed on [...]

What is PDA? booklet in Dutch

The PDA Society has been contacted by group members from PDA Nederland & Belgie who have kindly translated our What is PDA? booklet into Dutch. We’re sharing the translated booklet here in case it helps others. Please note: the PDA Society is not able to verify the accuracy of translations [...]

Translations into Dutch

PDA Nederland & België translates information about PDA into Dutch, including our What is PDA booklet, for use in Holland and Belgium. They have a Facebook group and a website where they share translations.   .fusion-body .fusion-button.button-16{border-radius:2px 2px 2px 2px;}Visit Facebook group   .fusion-body .fusion-button.button-17{border-radius:2px 2px 2px 2px;}Visit website     Please note: the PDA Society is [...]

What is PDA? booklet in Persian

The PDA Society has been contacted by Adib Mohareri who has kindly translated our What is PDA? booklet into Persian. We’re sharing the translated booklet here in case it helps others. Please note: the PDA Society is not able to verify the accuracy of translations listed on our website.     Translated [...]

‘PANDA’ page in Danish

We were contacted by Anette Grandjean who kindly translated our Helpful approaches for a PDA profile of autism infographic into Danish and we’re sharing it here in case it helps others. Please note: the PDA Society is not able to verify the accuracy of translations listed on our website. More about our [...]

Translations into Swedish

This Instagram account and Facebook group includes translations of PDA information into Swedish including our hierarchy of demands triangle and PANDA approaches images.   .fusion-body .fusion-button.button-20{border-radius:2px 2px 2px 2px;}View Instagram account .fusion-body .fusion-button.button-21{border-radius:2px 2px 2px 2px;}Visit Facebook group   Please note: the PDA Society is not able to verify the accuracy of translations listed [...]

What is PDA? booklet in Norwegian

The PDA Society has been contacted by Torill Fjæran-Granum at SPISS who has kindly translated our What is PDA? booklet into Norwegian. We’re sharing the translated booklet here in case it helps others (please note this isn't an official translations and the PDA Society is not able to [...]

PDA North America

PDA North America was established as a result of the March 2020 Chicago PDA workshop. At this first PDA event in America, there was overwhelming enthusiasm and support for an ongoing effort in the US and Canada by the parents and professionals who attended. Diane Gould hosted the workshop [...]

‘PANDA’ page in French and Norwegian

The PDA Society have been contacted by parents who have kindly translated our PANDA mnemonic infographic into Norwegian and French, which we’re sharing in case it helps others (though please note these aren’t official translations and the PDA Society is not able to verify their accuracy). More about our PanDA [...]

Persian translation: Adult coping strategies

In 2019 Adib Mohareri translated the 'Self-help, coping strategies and therapies for adult PDAers' information into Persian. He kindly made it available online.   .fusion-body .fusion-button.button-29{border-radius:2px 2px 2px 2px;}View translation online   Please note: the PDA Society is not able to verify the accuracy of translations listed on our website.

International Facebook groups

These third party Facebook Groups are based in countries other than the UK Ireland Pathological Demand Avoidance Disorder IRELAND PRISM PDA Ireland Australia & New Zealand PDA Australia - Pathological Demand Avoidance PDA Aotearoa New Zealand PDA community page - Australia & New Zealand PDA support group New Zealand PDA Professionals' Network [...]

Når hverdagen blir en maktkamp

Når hverdagen blir en maktkamp Ekstrem kravavvisning/PDA, hva er det og hva gjør vi? I Norge ble PDA, også kalt ekstrem kravavvisning, først og fremst løftet fram via innlegg og etter hvert egne grupper på Facebook, av pårørende som hadde orientert seg i utenlandsk litteratur og kurser, på leting etter en [...]

Translations into Portuguese

This Brazilian blog includes translations of PDA information into Portuguese. Blog criado com o intuito de trazer atenção ao Transtorno do Espectro Autista, com foco em Evitação Patológica à Demanda também no Brasil.  Uma síndrome distinta dentro do autismo, sendo mais reconhecida  no Reino Unido e descoberta na década de [...]

PDAANZ (Australia and NZ)

Pathological Demand Avoidance Australia and New Zealand (PDAANZ) PDAANZ is actively involved in increasing awareness amongst GPs, specialists, academics and educationalists, to ensure that people with PDA are understood and supported. The website includes information on the support available in Australia and New Zealand, including a list of professionals who [...]

PDA Matters (USA)

PDA Matters is a charity based in the United States whose main function is Raising Awareness and Spreading Hope (RASH) about PDA in the US. They are starting in a small way, aiming to expand as resources permit. They aim to: provide information to raise awareness about pathological demand avoidance; [...]