By Rebecca Moyes
How do academics and oldsters of kids with autism handle a kid's social abilities? And what do they do approximately challenge behaviors? This e-book offers attainable reasons for those behaviors, and a wealth of sensible support for either academics and fogeys to deal with them. lecturers the right way to create environmental helps and the way to include particular instructing ideas. scholars with autism research the hot abilities they could want, and methods of creating their habit extra appropriate. This booklet is filled with sensible the right way to take on other forms of demanding behaviors either within the lecture room and out of doors it.
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I will try to be happy for the other team when they win. I will try to shake the winning team members’ hands and congratulate them, just as they congratulate me when my team wins. They worked hard to win, and they are happy! There will be other times when my team can win. ’ ANTECEDENT STRATEGIES 63 When I am a ‘good sport,’ I will have fun playing games with my friends! It will not matter who wins or loses. I know that I did my best. 2 Social Story for being a ‘good sport’ EXAMPLE I Simon Baron-Cohen (2001) developed an instrument whereby students with autism can examine actual pictures of eyes displaying various emotions such as ‘friendly,’ ‘worried,’ ‘sure about something,’ etc.
EXAMPLE III David was having difficulty in many of his high-school classes because of his inability to listen to a lecture, pick out the main idea and then take notes. 2). EXAMPLE IV Ryan required a quiet room to complete his classwork. If the door to the classroom was kept open, or if anyone wandered in or out, the work took Ryan double the amount of time it should have taken him to complete it. WHAT CAUSES MISBEHAVIOR IN CHILDREN WITH AUTISM? 51 Teachers and parents should realize that children with autism may have trouble with some or all of the above.
43 social situations (such as friendly vs. mean-spirited teasing) and may respond inappropriately because of this. EXAMPLE III One pre-adolescent boy with autism could not understand that children may tease each other in fun. He has been taught that teasing is wrong. Some of this may be due to his literal interpretation of this social rule and that, to him, no gray areas can exist. When he is teased, even if it is friendly teasing, he overreacts, yells and sometimes hits the offender. SENSORY PROCESSING DIFFERENCES Sensory integration is the neurological process that organizes sensation from one’s own body and from the environment and makes it possible to use the body effectively within the environment.