Autism Communication

On April 23, 2010, in Autism Children, by Susi Irawati

What Does Autism Communication Mean?

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Autism and Communication

Small talk is one of the most difficult social skills that a child with Autism can learn. The small talk must also be appropriate to the time and place.  Some small talk can be used to start a new topic if the child with Autism can find the right time. One of the strategies to teach children with Autism small talk is to help children come up with some stock phrases or questions to use. The stock questions and the stock answers can be used with a non-verbal child with a disability as well. When Parent trying to get a child to use an assistive technology device whether a single button or several buttons stock phrases can encourage children to use it.

Teaching Autism Children with Verbal Communication

Children with autism usually face problems with verbal communication. The have communication problems experienced vary from child to child, depending on the individual’s social and intellectual development. Autistic children who are able to speak may say things without true information, expression, or content. Some autistic child learn scripts from television shows, commercials, books, or other recorded dialogs.

Autistic children able to speak can frequently speak extensively about a topic without the ability to actually converse with others. It is possible to help an autistic child to better his or her verbal communication skills with improvements made through the use of appropriate treatments.

The first step is to consult a speech and language pathologist in order to have your child’s communication skills evaluated. Specific treatments suitable for your autistic child may be recommended during this evaluation. No single method of communication treatment has been universally found to improve all autistic children, but it can start early increases the chances of significant improvements. Try to develop your child’s specific communication strengths and weaknesses. Different forms of goal orientated therapy for useful communications are the most successful techniques, even it is not  guaranteed to work for all children.Many therapy for autistic child that can help.  One is music therapy and sensory integration therapies may have a large impact on your child’s ability to use verbal communication.

Medications may also improve an autistic child‘s attention span, which in turn can help to improve verbal communication in your children.


 

 

 

 

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