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How to Teach Child with Autism to Ask Questions
Most children with autism need a certain degree of support with their language understanding. Teaching children with autism to ask questions is a helpful way to improve their language understanding. Common questions such as “What is this?” and “Where is the object/person?” can be taught in structured situations, allowing children to seek information and clarify confusion. By actively setting up such situations, parents and caregivers can help children develop their language skills and build their understanding of the world around them.
Motivating Children with Autism to Learn: Part 2
As mentioned in our previous article, it is common that children with ASD to have poor or little desire to learn because of the lack of motivation to accomplish their goals. This makes it hard for us to teach them the things we would like them to learn.
Motivating Children with Autism to Learn: Part 1
Motivation can be defined as someone who is eager to accomplish a goal, as demonstrated by their desire, determination, and persistence. However, children with ASD often show little interest in learning the things we hope to teach them because of the lack of motivation to accomplish their goals.
Autism & Challenging Behaviors: Why is my child with autism behaving this way?
Behavior Management: Why is my child with autism behaving this way e.g. hand flapping? Autism: Functions of Behaviors (Self-Stimulatory Behaviors) The challenging behavior presented by children with autism can be a concern for many families.. These could be in the form of tantrums, meltdowns, and …