Children with Autism
is a developmental disorder that affects children. Children with autism
lack developments in many areas. They cannot speak properly and they
do not make any eye contact with the persons around them. Such children
with autism like to be isolated and they dont fear for danger.
Parents have to deal them carefully and such children find it difficult
to communicate properly due to their inability in many quarters.
Some children tend to injure themselves. Hence parents should be very careful in handling these children. They do not socialize and the language they use is not normal and they tend to express something using signs also. Repetitive or stereotyped language is found in children with autism.Proper nutrition and diet may help in restoring some of the features like speech and recognition.
Vitamin B12 is found to be very useful in children with autism. This vitamin can be injected to children in 1 cc doses. It would be an intramuscular injection. Educational therapies are used to motivate the children with autism to act normally and to socially interact with others. These children lack the motivation to learn new things since they would have faced a lot of failures. Reinforcement, stimulus, and task variation are used to motivate the children with autism. Varying the tasks help in motivating these children.
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