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Ok.. i pinned from the site but found this on a board used by a elementary teacher.. she had this listed as a fantastic reference guide.. I say it's not just offensive it's DISGUSTING! & WRONG!. Look closely.. since when is poverty a behavior/mental heath issue! "Oh your mommy and daddy are poor, ah its to bad that makes you unable to be taught" ARE YOU F#*!*^# SERIOUS!
Teenagers - Haynes Explains (Mini Manual) by Boris Starling. A light-hearted and entertaining take on the classic workshop manual, it contains everything you'd expect to see including exploded views, flow charts, fault diagnosis and the odd wiring diagram. It takes the reader through all stages of teenagers, giving them all the hints and tips needed to keep them running smoothly.
"Teens test boundaries, make mistakes and sometimes have little respect for their parents. Teens with ODD experience these normal teenage behaviors but may have a harder time living with them. Sometimes ODD can lead to a more severe disorder known as Conduct Disorder. Left untreated and combined with other personality disorders, oppositional defiant disorder may lead to a lifetime of behavioral complications and personality disorders." - ADDfreeSources: www.pinterest.com/addfreesources/
How is a parent to know what is normal age appropriate defiant behavior or if their child is displaying signs of Oppositional Defiant Disorder? This infographic from Manhattan Psychology Group is meant to bring awareness to ODD and help parents understand what to look for in their child's behavior that can be signs of the disorder. Because early intervention is key to treatment, we hope to help parents who may be dealing with a defiant child.
The ones in bubbles are co-morbid conditions that can exist along with ASD or they can stand alone as an individual diagnosis eg someone who has a primary diagnosis of OCD doesn't have an ASD but a person with a primary diagnosis of ASD can have a secondary diagnosis of ADHD, or SPD or ODD, OCD etc