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 Autism 자폐성

Autism also is known as Autism Spectrum Disorder, which means people having challenges with social interaction and communication, also having repetitive behaviours. It is most commonly found in the age of 4 to 20.

Autism Symptoms

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  • Lack of social skills

  • Avoiding eye contact with others

  • Not responding to their name

  • Difficulty in expressing their feelings

  • Frequently repeating phrases

  • Self-abusive behaviours

Parenting Guide For Autism Children

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As your children are diagnosed with Autism, parents will need to take on the role of leader, to provide guidance to their children on what they should do and what they shouldn't do. As parents are speaking with their children, they will need to speak with authority, be proactive with their actions. Because this is the most efficient way to get children attention and listen to you.

 

Parents should learn and study more about Autism, its symptoms, influence, cause, etc. Once you understand what affects your child, it will be easier to tackle the problems and preventing situations that could cause difficulties.

Most importantly, parents should seek professional help, as they will have more experiences dealing with these cases and provide the right treatment to reduce the effect of Autism it has on the children life. Moreover, it's crucial for children to receive professional help as soon as possible. Because the earlier children receive treatment, the more likely for the treatment to be successful. Early intervention would speed up your child’s development and reduce the symptoms of Autism.

Parents should also accept and never give up on their child, never jump to the conclusion that Autism will ruin the children life. They should try to see the positive side of Autism.

 

  • Attention to detail

  • Expert in their interests

  • Different world view

  • Ability to teach others

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