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    readily understand. Many of the autistic children suffer from speech unintelligibility. Although they can produce sounds loud enough, the audience cannot get the meaning of those. Again, a good number of autistic children can utter a word or two correctly but cannot make a full sentence. We address these two vital problems of speech communication in this paper. Actually, there is no definite treatment for autism. The best we can do is to help the autistic children in making proper social communication

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    friendship. So, I took it upon myself to learn how to interact with Katie and other children with autism. My researching journey began with the intention of simply having a conversation, but it became much greater. I began to educate myself on the interactions with autistic children by gathering credible sources and meeting with many autism research experts. With over two years of research experience in children with autism, I have found the best

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    Early Academic Excellence With An Autistic Child: 10 Ways To Help Them Truly Shine When you have a child with autism or even ADHD, introducing them to any new environment can be challenging, but when the change is really big, like a new day care or education center, you have to plan the move very carefully. While you want your child to integrate with peers and teachers successfully, you don't want to throw so much at them that they can't process it all. Here are 10 helpful ways to find just the

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    18months (Hourigan & Hourigan, 2009:40). The main problem concerning autism that this literature study will focus on is the delay and defect with regards to communication in the autistic child with specific reference to the classroom situation. Extensive studies have been done on the autistic spectrum disorder. These children will be introverted and usually live their lives in an isolated world. They struggle with many different aspects of everyday life which causes them to retreat into their comfort

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    From what I can remember, autistic children are very good at remember patterns and routines. I believe an autistic child can memorize many things if the child is taught serve times. An autistic child is not good with interacting with others. Autistic children in my opinion, are scared of unknown voices, loud noises and things that they are not sure what they are. When autistic kids are scared, touching them to calm them is probably not the best choice. I think autistic children are very bright. They

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    make eye contact among autistic children seems to have created a puzzle with a challenge. This puzzle has not yet been resolved or put together, at the present time. This is one of the common symptoms that occurs with the disorder of autism. Do you wonder why this remains to be an unsolved puzzle with autistic children? I have discovered, that there has been no conclusive way to prove exactly why the symptoms of not having visual contact, is often diagnosed with children who have the disorder of

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    parents of an autistic child. Their son’s name is Ara, he was diagnosed with Autism at age 3. Ara had never developed speech, had severe focusing issues, and he had trouble communicating. Speech therapy hadn't worked for Ara so when a mother of another Autistic child recommended the GFCF diet Ani jumped at the chance. Within four months of starting the diet, Ara had significantly improved. Ara was potty trained, had begun reading, speaking in sentences, and communicating with other children. Autism is

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    Disorders bring along a lot of other factors, like, the mental trauma in parents worrying for their kids and a child missing out on the normal living like many other children of his/her age live. Therapies are invented by the specialists especially for the kids affected by various disorders, but these can make a difference to them only if they are handled with care and affection. Precautions are always better to stay away from any kind of health related issues, but what can one do if the disorder

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    Autism is a disabling brain disorder that affects the way in which children or adults with autism has trouble with verbal communication. Sometimes children are mistakenly judged by others by the way they look, whether or not one kid is autistic. Many children with autism have a hard time using words to say what they want or need;, it is all part of their vocabulary how quickly can they learn in school. Others repeat the same word or sentence repeteively because they would not know what other words

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    Throughout my research, I have discovered that all autistic children have specific individualized characteristics and that both programs are equally stressful because both require IEP for their students even though special education has it for all and not just a fraction of their children. A successful special education program requires research supported practices that include individualized assessment of a child’s skills and strengthens, interests, and needs. It includes intense treatment, low

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