Repetitive Verbal Arguments and Behaviors

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By: Susan J. Moreno, MA, ABS.

Constant repetition of argumentative and/or dialogues can be frustrating to those who interact with individuals on the autism spectrum. This behavior occurs in all functioning levels of verbal individuals on the autism spectrum. Some of these repetitive verbal arguments and behaviors (RVAB) can result in loss of employment, alienation of peers, and even trouble with law enforcement. This presentation will discuss strategies for alleviating these behaviors.

Produced in 2013