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What every Parent Should Know about Autism: Understanding How to Care for an Austistic Child

ISBN: 9781542953290
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: 2017-02-06
Number of pages: 34
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By working patiently, deliberately and lovingly with your child, you can most certainly overcome all the hurdles of autism. You do not even have to take a shot at achieving some semblance of normalcy. Know that your child is capable of great things when you focus on his strengths instead of dwelling on and trying to repair his vulnerabilities. In this book You’ll learn • Enter your child’s world. Nothing beats in joining your child in his world when it comes to ensuring his happiness. By joining him, you get to know the reasons behind his problematic behaviors, which are usually signs that not everything is alright, whether inside or outside their bodies. No matter how long it may take you, try breaking down the messages behind your child’s actions, Your child will benefit from your teaching him the nitty-gritty of ordinary things without any hint of judgment. This makes him feel that he can safely learn from you and lead him to thrive better. • Broaden your child’s world. It is not enough to enter your child’s world. You also have to look for ways in which you can broaden it, which is the only way for him to gain more experience and understand things better. You can allow him to engage in physical tasks. Encourage him to try some activities, which might be unfamiliar to him at first, so that he will be able to feel his body moving in space. • Love your child without ifs or buts. Unconditional love is something that everybody needs, but it is absolutely essential to your child’s well-being and happiness. Never let him hear you say or make him feel like “if only you could…” or “why is it so hard for you to…?” Your child can feel things, even if he is unable to express it. • Practice plenty of patience. You need a huge dose of patience on a daily basis to be able to help your child have a happy life despite his condition.. For example, your child may not be good at making conversation or even just a simple eye contact, but he surely should be praised for not lying to anyone, cheating at games, or judging other people. Finally, you can obtain much patience from the mere fact that your child solely relies on you to be his foundation, guide, and advocate. Don’t let him down. • Recognize your child’s meltdown triggers. Your child can experience meltdowns, and it is important that you know what triggers them. You may feel horrible whenever your child acts up, but the experience is actually more horrible for him. The reason for his meltdown could be overloading of his senses, or being pushed past his abilities in social situations. Grab this book now and start to be able to enter your child’s world.

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