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ENGLISH

Autistic World vs Non-Autistic World
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Arnie Dhamoon

on 16 October 2012

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The Autistic World vs The non-Autistic World Autism is a life long disability that affects the development skills of the person who suffers from Autism that affect social skills and/or interactions, impaired communication, repetitive interests that can be restricted and sensory sensitivities. These are the three main areas of difficulty in Autism. Colours are perceived differently by both Autistic people and non Autistic people.
In one case, the Autistic person learnt the alphabet from colours because the teacher's way was confusing so he ignored the teacher and used his own way Colours are perceived differently by non autistic people because they just think of the, as colours. The dictionary meaning is "The property possessed by an object of producing different sensations on the eye as a result of the way it reflects or emits light"(definition from Oxford Dictionary.
We have never thought of them as anything more even though we see them everyday and they could be something useful. We could use them as reminders because we might as well since we have never used them for anything more. Autistic people must follow a routine or else they can get really frustrated. They like things to be ordered and in routine otherwise they will get angry. They want things to be only in one way and that way must stay. To us people who are not Autistic,routine means that we prioritise different things and put them in a schedule to follow. However the difference between us and Autistic people is that the restriction is less and we can change it around to fit our times. Autistic people aren't as social as no-autistic people and usually prefer to be alone. They do not interact with people nor do they even make eye-contact with them. They like to be by themselves and they hardly make friends and interact with other children. They do everything by themselves and do not talk to anyone. Most non-Autistic people like to socialise and make friends whether it is in real life or in the cyber world. They make eye contact other as well. They meet someone new that they like they make friends with them even if they have only met in the street or in the park. Every person is not a stranger to non-Autistic people. Autistic people always tell the truth and they very rarely lie. The truth means the truth to them and they will never tell anything but the truth and won't miss out on any detail no matter how bad the truth is. Normal people almost always tell lies or then they tell a white lie meaning they do not tell the whole truth. Everyone without Autism tell lies at least once. http://autism.about.com/od/inspirationideas/tp/besttraits.htm
http://www.calgaryautism.com/characteristics.htm
http://autism4dads.tripod.com/id39.htm
http://www.child-autism-parent-cafe.com/characteristics-for-autism.html
http://www.autismvictoria.org.au/diagnosis/characteristics_checklist.php
http://www.autismspectrum.org.au/a2i1i1l237l113/what-is-autism.htm Bibliography
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