Six Steps for Handling Aggression and Meltdowns

Published on Special-ism

Do you remember the horrific story of Alex Spourdalakis with his severe aggression and meltdowns?

Alex’s story really hit home because our family has experienced a hell similar to the one they were living.

It’s hell when you are being attacked and at the same time afraid for your child’s life because be may have to be hospitalized or institutionalized.  It feels like hell when your child is like an angry wild animal that is not influenced by logic nor consequences.  It is utterly exhausting when every support expert or doctor you consult has little to offer.  It can seem quite hopeless to say the least.

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