Books, videos, articles and free downloads about the causes and best responses to aggression and other manifestations of stress in autistic children.
A call to ban ABA: Panel at the Global Disability Summit
Panel presentation: The Human Rights Case Against Harmful Behaviour Modification for Autistic People
Addressing chemical restraint in Western Cape schools
Some schools in the Western Cape are allegedly coercing parents into drugging their disabled children.
When parents fail to report the school’s abuse
Tania Melnyczuk discusses the problem of chemical restraint and other school abuses, and what happens when parents fail to alert others.
Nonspeaking autists’ experiences of ABA
ABA is a behaviour modification method for the ‘treatment’ of autism. It is used particularly with autistic children who struggle with communication and self-regulation. ABA is touted as being ‘evidence-based’, in spite of there being little evidence of support from the community ABA purports to serve. This article, written for a South African audience, includes perspectives of several non-speaking autistics on their ABA experiences.