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Helping Your Autistic Child Learn to Read

by Katherine on November 9, 2011

If you are thinking of teaching your autistic child how to read, below are some tips to help you get started. The first thing you need to do is to understand your child’s learning style. How does he learn? What kind of learning activities is he most interested in and what teaching style does he [...]


Making Math Interesting for Your Autistic Child

by Katherine on October 13, 2011

Autism is a wide-spreading developmental condition that affects the neurological and social capacity of an individual. Teaching autistic children requires much of your time so you need to have patience. Many autistic children do not attend public schools because more often than not, the public school’s teaching methods do not meet the autistic child’s needs. [...]


Teaching Life Skills to Autistic Children

by Katherine on October 11, 2011

One of the challenges of an autistic person is their difficulty in relating to others. They view the world differently than the typical person and as such, there is a tendency for them to be missing some of the important life skills. As autistic people do not have any issues when it comes to intelligence, [...]


TEACCH Training for Autistic Children

by Katherine on September 29, 2011

Treatment and Education of Autistic and related Communication-handicapped Children also known as TEACCH is a remarkably effective way to work with autistic children. To apply TEACCH correctly and effectively, you must approach certified trainers and participate in their in depth training course as doing so will help you achieve a deeper understanding of what the [...]


Teaching the Alphabet to Your Autistic Child

by Katherine on September 13, 2011

Teaching autistic children about new concepts is never as easy as it seems. Patience is always required as autistic children learn differently from typical children. For example, if you want to teach your child the alphabet, you need to be persistent enough to practice the alphabet with him until he learns it by heart. One [...]


When autistic children are included in a typical classroom, it is a good idea to make certain adjustments in your teaching method to allow the autistic child to cope up with the lesson plan. Keep in mind that autistic children often have limited language and learn differently from others. For instance, when speaking with an [...]

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Choosing a Public School for your Autistic Child

by Katherine on September 2, 2011

If you are thinking of enrolling your autistic child in a public school, finding the right one may not be as easy as it seems. This is because some public schools are often not equipped with the proper resources to be able to provide an ideal learning environment for autistic students. To ensure that you [...]


Ideal Classroom for Autistic Children

by Katherine on August 25, 2011

When autistic children join the typical classroom setting, it is ideal that you make certain arrangements to make the autistic child comfortable in the traditional classroom. You should be aware that many items which are considered stimulating to typical children may be considered a distraction to an autistic child. Here are some tips to help [...]


Helping Autistic Children in Mainstream Classrooms

by Katherine on August 24, 2011

As more and more autistic children are joining the mainstream classroom, teachers are often faced with an interesting situation where they not only have to fulfill the classroom’s objectives but also the autistic child’s educational objectives. If you are a teacher who has an autistic child in your classroom, here are some tips to help [...]


If you have decided to homeschool your autistic child, the first thing you need to do is to determine whether you have a suitable room in your house where you can teach your child. It is best that you find a nice and quiet place which will only be used as your learning space. Keep [...]