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Improving Visual Attention


When we first start working with a child with autism, we often find that the child does not look at learning materials. The child seems to have a mind of his own and is involved in a lot of sensory stimulatory or defensive behavior that prevents him from paying attention to what we are . . . → Read More: Improving Visual Attention

Old Clothes and Autism:


Have you ever noticed that children with autism love wearing their old clothes rather than new ones? I recently read an article by Temple Grandin, which opened up my eyes to a new perspective. . . . → Read More: Old Clothes and Autism:

Teaching a child with Autism


Children with Autism can learn, study and complete their education.Here are a few ideas to help you get a child with autism to sit down and pay attention. . . . → Read More: Teaching a child with Autism

Autism and Sports Therapy


Sports could be a way of providing sensory integration therapy in a way that is acceptable socially in a school situation. A therapist could assess a child and schedule one or more specific sports activities for the child to participate in during the day or over the week, and this could be part of the child’s therapy for autism. . . . → Read More: Autism and Sports Therapy