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A Model for Meltdown Behavior of Students With ASD

In this chapter, seven major characteristic patterns
of behavior commonly exhibited by students with ASD: (1) deficits in
social interactions; (2) deficits in verbal and nonverbal communication; (3) restricted, repetitive patterns of behavior, interests, and activities; (4) atypical responses to sensory experiences; (5) deficits in
cognitive abilities; (6) physical and emotional health; and (7) motor
skill difficulties.


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