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How to Teach Maths to an Autistic Child?

Autism is a neuro-developmental disorder which affects the child’s brain – thus hampering his or her developmental skills, such as social, communication, behavioral and even speech and language skills. Although the characteristics vary from child to child, many face problems while solving math sums. So it is your duty as a responsible teacher or a parent to give proper guidance to your child who
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9 Tips for New Special Educators for Teaching Special Children

Things might be a bit challenging and hard for you at first in this world of specially abled children. Do not worry! You will soon get used to it, and not only that you will love it! The key to being successful in this profession, is to keep enough patience. Some Important Tips Interact with the child and be flexible with him/her. Don’t just
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11 Tips for Talking to Children with Autism

Using colours. Drawing pictures. Writing things down. Using descriptive words. Keeping things clear and simple. Give enough time. Be patient. These tips definitely have a great effect in the event of treating children with Autism. Children with Autism may appear a bit strange and perplexing at first, but once you try to understand him or her, things will not only be easier, but will
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What causes autistic disorder in twin siblings?

It has been noticed that symptoms of autism among twins has been increasing day by day. So is it true that chances of autistic disorder is more common among twin? Who are more likely to develop autism among identical twins and fraternal twins. We tried to research on this topic and get some fact and figures on this topic. Well there has been many
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How School for Autistic Child Can Your Child

Autism not only effects the child suffering from it, but also creates a deep impact in the life of each and every family member. Autism actually changes the whole family environment. The whole family of an Autistic Child has to go through a lot of pain agony and suffering along with the kid. Imagine how the life could have been, if you could not express
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Is my special brother Abhi an autistic Child?

This is one of the recent heart touching response that we got from a family member of one of our special child “Abhi” an autistic child in Kolkata. We are sharing the email that we received from them. “Hi, I am Swati Chowdury, an MBA student from Kolkata. We have a close knit family, of four members. Its me, my Mom, my Dad and my cute
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Is your child suffering Rett Syndrome, a rare autistic disorder?

What is rett syndrome? Rett syndrome is a very rare form of Autism Disorder. It has been noted that this type of disorder usually affects girls. It is some how similar to Childhood Disintegrative Disorder, commonly known as CDD. Though this severe form of disorder is very rare, where one out of ten thousand girl has the chance of developing this problem, but early
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Few Autism Care Tips at Home

Having a child with autism needs to take a proactive attitude to learn about the condition and its treatment. To face many obstacles of having a child with autism, you also require taking care of yourself. You can apply few Home Autism Care Tips for your autistic child. Educate yourself about autism: Contact autism specialist or ask your doctor to discover training about autism and
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Challenges with Autism Treatment

The biggest challenge with autism treatment is that there are so many shades to it. Not all autistic individuals are the same. They may share some habit patterns or traits, but they are very much their own person. So, despite all the theories or assumptions or the body of research that has grown up around autism, there is much more to discover. That is
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Autistic Child and Early Communication Challenges

Autism may often manifest quite early in life and lead to different communication challenges. An autistic child may be exceptionally quiet and unable to vocalize what she wants. Or, unlike regular children who are actively exploring the world at hand, an autistic infant may be very withdrawn. Some of them may start speaking very late, or may not even make the journey from babbling to
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