Triggers, Support, Tips
The more you learn about autism spectrum disorder, you will be able to make more good decisions for your child.
Find out about best the treatment options, ask questions, and actively engage in all treatment decisions.
The more you understand your child, you can better identify problems.
- Find out the triggers disruptive behaviors or conflicts in your child.
- Target what brings out a good response.
- Accept your child for who they are.
What do your child find to be traumatic or nerve-wrecking? Soothing? Uneasy? Pleasant?
You can prevent changing situations that cause difficulties.
You should also strive not focus on how different they are from other children and what they may be missing. Take delight in his or her quirks, rejoice in the small victories.
Loving your child unconditionally and accepting your child will help more than anything else.
We never know the course of autism spectrum disorder. So, you should not think ahead of what it’s going to be like for your child.
Children with autism will continue to grow their skills and develop their abilities overtime throughout the period of their life.