Learning how to understand the needs of your child with autism is essential for their future success.
A child with autism builds up a tremendous amount of frustration because they are not understood. This frustration is intensified if they are not able to communicate verbally. Alternate methods of communication must be established to reduce or eliminate frustration in your child with autism.
Learning how to interpret patterns of eye movement, gestures, noises, and other physical and auditory cues allows you to begin understanding nonverbal communication. Each child with autism is different, intuition is your best resource.
Spend time looking for the underlying non-verbal communication. Realize that your child with autism is doing his/her very best to communicate with you.
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