When your child is diagnosed to have a special talent in the form of autism, shock can’t be denied in your mind. So will his life later. How to learn? How will it be with its development? What does an autistic child really need? Hopefully the one below will help answer your questions.
1. Which therapy is most suitable for autistic children?
To determine which therapy is most suitable for children with autism initially requires a thorough examination of the child itself. The examination aims to determine the degree of severity, the level of ability at that time, and find out whether there are obstacles or other disturbances that accompany. Usually therapy is a therapy to develop basic skills such as, communication skills, in this case the skills of using expressive language (expressing thoughts or opinions) and receptive language (absorb and understand the language). In addition, therapy provided also helps autistic children to develop self-help skills or self-help skills, appropriate behavioral skills in public, and others. In other words, therapy for children with autism is Complex therapy.
2.What are the most difficult constraints during autistic child therapy?
Constraints in the treatment of autistic children depend on the unique ability that he had, there are children with autism who can communicate, there is absolutely no. But most autistic children have limitations or obstacles in communicating so this becomes a major obstacle during therapy. The child has not been able to follow the teacher’s instructions properly. Even children sometimes tantrum when asked to do the task given. Sometimes children with autism like to talk, babble, or laugh at their own learning.
3. What is the attitude of children with autism while undergoing therapy?
Usually children with autism have obstacles or limitations in communicating. It is seen from the behavior of those who tend not to see the faces of others when invited to interact, most have less interest in the environment, and some tend to be attracted to objects than people.
4. What are the expected changes after therapy?
Ultimately, autistic children are expected to have communicating, which was likely to be one-way in two directions. In the sense that there is a mutual response when communicating or the lay language “connect”. Then another change that is also expected is to have self-help skills, independence, and blend in and function well in the surrounding environment. The results are encouraging is certainly …