Dealing With Children with Autism
Autism is a neuro-developmental disorder which is characterized by the victims becoming socially impaired through communication and interaction. Autism is common among children under the age of three years, where such children are characterized by impaired verbal communication, social interactions and repetitive stereotyped interests. Dealing With Children with Autism.
As a result, such children usually develop extreme difficulties in forming relationships with the other children the society. Being rooted in childhood, autism is a lifelong disorder that requires mitigation at early stages before the individual develops to adulthood (Myers and Porter 1167). The various mitigation measures for this social impairment can either be social or medical, which only help to surpass the adverse effects associated with autism since there is no known cure for the impairment. This paper will present various ways of dealing with a child diagnosed with autism.
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