Autism fascination becoming a strength

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  • February 18, 2024
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Many people with autism have a strong interest in one or more areas. Some interests are shared by many people with autism (for example, trains, horses, and light switches), while others appear to be unique to each person. Sean Barron, an autistic man, for example, was previously fascinated by the number 24. He was attracted […]

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Autism and sounds

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  • February 18, 2024
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Hyperacusis is a condition in which persons with autism have an enhanced sensitivity to sound. This implies that some sounds, such as classroom bells, the radio, or the television, may make your youngster uncomfortable. When a youngster is distressed by a sound, he or she may cover his or her ears, try to turn off […]

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Autism & food triggers

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  • February 18, 2024
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Autism increases the likelihood of gastrointestinal disorders in people with autism. Because of sensory difficulties, autistic children may avoid particular meals or develop significant texture or temperature aversions. Parents of autistic children may restrict their child’s diet to items they know will be tolerated out of frustration. However, this is not a long-term strategy for […]

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Working with schools

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  • February 18, 2024
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Every youngster is entitled to a good education. The best schools combine the practical with the aesthetic, and they provide a safe environment for children to learn and experiment. The public education system is in charge of many of the classrooms for children with autism. These students may spend their days in mixed classrooms or […]

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Successful self employment

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  • February 18, 2024
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Many adults with autism struggle to find acceptance and a place in the workforce. While they may struggle to communicate orally, they may nevertheless be able and wish to contribute meaningfully through work. Self-employment can be a terrific option for someone with autism who has trouble coping in a typical work environment to find meaningful […]

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Social and community support

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  • February 18, 2024
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Many children and adults with autismrequire assistance in learning how to behave in many types of social interactions. They frequently want to interact with others but may not know how to engage friends or may be intimidated by the prospect of new experiences. Building social skills through practise can improve community engagement and support outcomes […]

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