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Lets Break The barrier for Autistic child

Whenever doctors break news before parents that their child is Autistic, it comes like a bolt from the blue and the family in most cases is devastated. This is because the child becomes a life time liability for the parent along with recurring lifelong therapeutic treatment. This is the initial idea among parents. Many give up treating their autistic children assuming that there is
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Why Role of Parents Is Important for Their Autistic Special Children?

Every parent wants to see their child in happy and healthy condition and news of suspected autism may come to parents as bolt from the blue. Parents often get confused and go into depression on hearing that it’s a lifelong condition and may come across conflicting advice and views from friends, relatives and even experts in that filed leaving them confused about their autistic child. Many
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Role of Society in Giving Autism Patients Normal Life

Autism Patients – What they need? Human beings are social creatures and people who are weak and lagging behind the mainstream society looks forward to compassion, help, and love.  This should have been the classical case but the real world is far different from what we talk in theory. It is the human society which throws out or shuns people with unexplained or complicated
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Technology Ideas To Enhance Learning Experience For Autistic Child

It is important for parents to understand the key deficiencies for their autistic child in order to clearly understand their learning requirement and needs. After this has been achieved, parents, family members and educators can concentrate on several techniques used to teach autistic children. Researcher Wagner (1998) found that two children suffering from autism may require different sets of teaching techniques. Key Learning Difficulties
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Top 10 Reading Tips For Dyslexic

There are certain things that a dyslexic student need to figure out o their own on how to handle time and improvise to keep up with their normal peers. It is obvious that they will be bombarded with advice from parents, teachers, special educators, their therapists, etc. However, application may vary based on case by case basis as life of no two dyslexic students
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Caring for Children with Autism

Early intervention is the best way forward in autism. When a child is diagnosed on the spectrum, you know that you need to take care of them in a different manner, and understand their special needs. Here are a few things to remember: Every autistic child is different. As you grow with the child you learn too. Aakash, 3, may throw a crying fit during
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How Does One Know It’s Autism Spectrum Disorder?

The truth is, one never knows for certain, but depending on analyzing several symptoms over some time, and whether it affects daily life, one may determine the person has autism spectrum. This is such a complex and often challenging disorder that multi-disciplinary efforts may be needed to say, yes, a child is autistic. It is always safe to say right at the outset that
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Use of reinforcement service in Autism

It is defined as a disorder which affects neural development in a person suffering from it. The common symptoms associated with this disorder are impairment in terms of social interaction, both verbal and non-verbal, and repetitive behavior. The disorder has a strong genetic basis. In rare occasions, the cause of autism is associated with factors that result in birth defects. There are some other
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