The Dos and Don'ts of having a Child on the ASD Spectrum
The Dos Do: Hold a balance of your child's strengths and areas of potential growth to be more effective and healthy. Do: Learn the skills your child is learning, have a thorough knowledge of skills. Do: Plan on your child using resistance, develop skills to help them through. Do: Coach and encourage for effective skill implementation. Do: Be comfortable with ambiguity, help your child see possibilities rather than promises. Focus on how they can make the possibility a reality
How can I get help at School for my ASD Child?
“What to do when you have a son with a (private) diagnosis of ASD and approach the school for assistance but the school denies any form of help because they don't believe the diagnosis because he is compliant and doesn't cause problems in the classroom.” Unfortunately children who do not disturb the classroom may find it harder to get help and just because a child has a diagnosis does not mean they always require special services. The school must do their own case study to de