Tag Archive 'Autistic Children'

Feb 05 2016

Mainstream Teachers Train to Educate Autistic Children

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Childhood is a time of exploration that for some children and parents proves especially onerous. That’s most poignantly the case in families where a child has been diagnosed with Autism. The disorder renders especially difficult a child’s ability to communicate and to interact socially, which in turn brings forth significant social and educational challenges. Before […]

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Feb 20 2012

Defiant Behavior in Autistic Children

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Article written by Working health remedies Autistic children who display defiant behavior present parents with their own particular set of challenges. Angry bursts involving pushes, kicks, rocking, projectiles, and unexplained laughter are all common experiences for the parents and children involved. Despite the unruliness of such situations, most parents have learned, the hard way, that […]

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