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  • Teaching Children With Autism - What Are the Best Methods For Teaching a Child Who Has Autism? Written by: Autism Advisor Teaching Children With Autism It is so very important that once diagnosis of autism has been confirmed this a parent, caregiver or teacher be given all the ideas and knowledge to accept, discover and educate the autistic child. There is a superior transaction of hints and books on autism available, and learning all there is to recognize could be a remarkably personalized and rewarding journey, giving you a heads up on what to expect. You can also empower your knowledge to family and friends to help them understand what is expected of them. You may have to defend your decisions and you may even get disapproving looks when out in public with an autistic child. Your knowledge, education and interaction are a vital piece to this complex condition called autism. There are many educational based interventions for autistic children such as developmental or behavioral which may change the child reactions by working on social skills, communication, or cognitive skills, but they are not a cure only an improvement of symptoms. Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA). This focuses on modifying behavior by a system of rewards and in some cases punishments. This is commonly used by trained therapists creating a highly structured, individualized learning program for the child. It is noted it should be taught at least four hours per day for any notable significance in behavior. Teaching Children With Autism "Floortime" therapy or DIR (Developmental Individual Difference Relation-Based intervention) is becoming more widely used today. This intervention stresses emotional bonding with parent/guardian and child. Floortime stresses developing affection in the child while trying to close developmental gaps between where the child is and where they should be. This method is also well structured to the individual and requires at least four hours per day. Miller Method tries to close the cognitive development gaps between where a child is and where they should be. This method tries to take the child's point of view and help the child make sense of their confused environment. Also, to make proper choices in an environment constrained by routines and rituals. Verbal Behavior. This is a recent updated version of ABA and stresses techniques to obtain verbalization from the child. TEACCH (Treatment and Education of Autistic and Communication Handicapped Children) approaches autism with trying to enable success using their own strengths. Daily Life Therapy focuses on the physical, emotional and intellectual ability of the child enabling to successfully interact in groups and later in society. Relationship Development Intervention focuses on helping autistic children to share their life pleasures with others through interaction and develop emotional connectedness. Teaching Children With Autism - What Are the Best Methods For Teaching a Child Who Has Autism? © 2010
  • In choosing a program or intervention know that many methods can be helpful. Research them making sure they are right for your child. Make sure the needs of the child are met when choosing a qualified, flexible, caring and sensitive practitioner who you feel comfortable with as well as working with your child. Don't let your child suffer anymore! Lead your child out of his world through Teaching Children With Autism program now! Autism Advisor “Teaching Children With Autism is a proven Autism Solution for your Child. Try the program and change child's life forever!” Teaching Children With Autism - What Are the Best Methods For Teaching a Child Who Has Autism? © 2010