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Category: Autism

02/03/201502/03/2015
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Sequencing activities for children with Autism

Sequencing activities for children with Autism needs to form part of their daily activities.  The child needs to be shown how to sequencing materials/items in order to help them build concepts. Certain concepts form part of the prerequisites to formal learning for example learning to count and the sequence of the numbers will need to...

01/21/201501/21/2015
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Learning about numbers with autism

Learning about numbers with autism can be very challenging.  The general understanding of numbers and what they represent is a concept that most learners on the spectrum battle with.  But it is a vital skill that these children need to learn. The child needs to learn the concept of numbers and of counting, matching of...

01/21/201501/21/2015
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Early Intervention

The early schooling years are a crucial time for a child with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD).  By encouraging the development of essential skills at an early age, we can help improve our child’s learning ability throughout his/her life Early intervention for learners as young as 20 months is vital and includes elements such as:...