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14. Avoidance of Blowing Fan

Definition Absent Very Mild Mild Moderate Severe
Fearful or avoidant when walking past a blowing fan
  • Unfazed walking by blowing fan. Remains relaxed
  • Initial very mild signs of anxiety walking closely past blowing fan.
  • Signs may include:
    1. mild tongue flicking
    2. mild restlessness
    3. slight loss of responsiveness to work
  • Recovers very quickly and remains able to work & respond effectively.
  • Mild signs of anxiety walking closely past blowing fan
  • Signs may include:
    1. frequent tongue flicking
    2. moderate restlessness
    3. slight hurrying
    4. mild loss of responsiveness to work
  • Recovers quickly
  • Moderate anxiety walking closely past blowing fan
  • Signs may include:
    1. restlessness
    2. panting, whining
    3. fast jerky movements
    4. moderately inhibited, compressed
    5. seeking some handler support
  • Slow recovery but maintains work with encouragement
  • Severe anxiety walking closely past blowing fan
  • Signs may include:
    1. restlessness
    2. tongue flicking whining
    3. fast jerky movements
    4. strongly inhibited, compressed
    5. clinging to handler.
  • Does not maintain work. Fails to recover to previous level of composure and responsiveness
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