Children with autism think, speak and behave differently from their peers. They can often seem completely absorbed in themselves and may seem more interested in moving their fingers than playing or interacting with other people. This is because the classic symptoms of autism are marked by deficits in verbal communication skills. Something as simple as finding out what they want for lunch or knowing if they are happy or sad can become extremely difficult. Sometimes the signs that a child has this disorder can be obvious, but other times special attention should be paid to the little details.
Despite the difficulties, there are tips that can help you establish conversations with autistic children. That’s why we want to share with you a list of recommendations that can facilitate the way you communicate with your child or help you strengthen your bond with them.
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