How to Guide Your Child on the Autism Spectrum to Learn
Your child is exceptional and gifted but there somehow seems to be a disconnect and so no one can see their brilliance. If this in any little way describes your child or a child you know, this course is for you. This course teaches you to raise an independent skilled adult. Do not get stuck or overwhelmed trying to understand autism, it is never the same for two children anyway. Instead we focus on helping them overcome their challenges so that they can have personal growth. This course aids you to teach and communicate with your child by using everyday technologies. Our goal is to improve their lives.
This course can assist anyone with autistic traits whether diagnosed or not but I do focus on young children in my examples. The skills are adaptable to even persons not on the spectrum.
I decided to create this course after I found how much it helped my own child using these techniques and I wanted to share it with teachers, caregivers and parents who expressed that they had difficulty with autistic kids in their classes. I hope with all my heart that this simple programme enriches your life as it did for me and my family.
Module 1: Fully Appreciate Your Child So You Can Help Them
We have our stories for dealing with children on the spectrum. That is why we are here. This is my story about how i view autism and how that view increases positive outcomes.
What is Autism? Connecting to Intuition. Actively be a part of the Solution. Activities included in the lesson.
How to be the Chief Coordinator of Your Child's Program
Have a better understanding the role the caregiver can have on the child. Fun and Easy Strategies.
Why we need to take charge and help our children to learn and learn the easy method
Go deeper in the teaching strategy by going through sample lesson plans.
How to apply the technique to specific skills like communicating. Guidelines for how your approach to helping your child.
Watch and Listen to a class. Notice not everything is delivered perfectly but the child gets the message even if he got some answers wrong. Its not about being perfect just making it fun and deliver your points.