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Hi Mackn,

I would say that the motivation for the behavior does not change based on disability; just how the motivation is expressed. So if the child is struggling because s/he cannot see or visually understand and having behavior, it will still have the same motivation as someone without those disabilities but in the same situation. Put another way, why the person is having the behavior is not based on their disability but our support for that person will change depending on his or her specific needs. Does that answer your question?

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