By Tony Attwood
Tony Attwood's consultant will help mom and dad and pros with the identity, therapy and care of either youngsters and adults with Asperger's Syndrome. The e-book offers an outline and research of the bizarre features of the syndrome and sensible techniques to minimize those who are so much conspicuous or debilitating. starting with a bankruptcy on analysis, together with an evaluation attempt, the booklet covers all elements of the syndrome from language to social behaviour and motor clumsiness, concluding with a bankruptcy in keeping with the questions most commonly asked via those that come into touch with people with this syndrome. masking the to be had literature in complete, this advisor brings jointly the main correct and worthwhile details on Asperger's Syndrome, incorporating case reports from the author's personal useful adventure as a scientific Psychologist, with examples of, and various quotations from individuals with Asperger's Syndrome
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If the other children don’t let him join in, it is because he is too slow at picking up the rules of the game. His shared understanding is not in line with that of the other children. Children generally like playing with other children who show flexibility. The other children are not saying ‘no’ to the autistic child. They are saying ‘no’ to his style of play. This is why an adult play helper is in a better position to play with the autistic child. Notes 1. While we cannot mechanically place the feeling of happiness inside our child’s soul, we can provide him with the physical environment in which his soul will fill with joy and happiness.
When we left the house for any reason, we had to hold his hands tightly or he would run straight into the middle of the road. Taking Alexander out was exhausting and unsafe. I began wishing that we lived in the middle of nowhere! Stopping the mess The contents of each toy box opened by Alexander ended up scattered all over the floor. One other activity that could keep him busy for hours involved taking videotapes out of their boxes. One by one, he carefully inspected each label before throwing the tape on the floor.
Although I loved Alexander just as much as I loved each of my other children, my parenting skills failed to influence his behaviour. When I compared his behaviour with my other two children, I felt overwhelmed with despair. I wanted to achieve a number of goals. Encouraging Alexander to develop a sense of danger More than once Alexander ran into the middle of the road. We lived on a busy main street where three accidents a week easily happened. Forgetting to lock the front door meant a ticket to death, as Alexander (age two and a half ) would open it in a flash and sprint into the middle of the road.