In this talk, John Clements, a specialist clinical psychologist, discusses people's responses to behaviour in autism.
John is a clinical psychologist, specialising for nearly 40 years in developmental disabilities in general and autism in particular. He has focused on finding practical supports for people with significant behavioural challenges. He has authored and co-authored several books on behaviour, most recently People with autism behaving badly (2005) and Transition or transformation? (2010, co-authored with Julia Hardy and Stephanie Lord).
This presentation was held at the National Autistic Society's conference on Understanding and Managing Challenging Behaviour. Click here to download a pdf of the presentation.
Author: John Clements, acquired from the National Autistic Society conference website www.autism.org.uk
Date added: 2nd February 2012