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How to handle a child with autism

This presentation will teach you what autism is and what you can do to handle the child.
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Marissa Wilkinson

on 8 February 2011

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How to Handle a Child with Autism What is Autism Signs of Autism delay of language
repetative use of language
little or no eye contact
lack of interest in personal relationships
lack of creativity
obsession with parts of objects Autism is a disorder of the neural development
distinguished by social interaction and repetitive behavior. Facts about Autism
It affects 1-110 children
Boys are four times more likely to have Autism than girls. What causes Autism

There is no known
single cause for autism Treatment
Some programs may take place in the child's home with professionals and trained therapists and may include Parent Training for the child. Some programs are delivered in a specialized center. Tip of the day
Learn to be the best advocate you can be for your child. Be informed. Take advantage of all the services that are available to you in your community. Autism Awareness month is April, so spread the word and educate others Living with someone who has Autism
can be very stressful.
Nobody knows exactly what the child wants.
The child does not understand what is right and wrong
The child will have problems behaving Support Autism
Vote4Autism
Safe and Sound
Autism Speaks
Autism Society
These are some of the main supporters for autism
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