- Conversation Skills and Autism
- Clubs for People with Autism & Special Needs
- Autism – Evolution in the Making.
- Mainstream Schools vs Special Schools for Autism
- Autism Awareness Month
- Autistic Children’s Pragmatic Language – Conflict Resolution & Social Skills
- Occupational Therapy for Autism.
- DSM-5 Changing Autism Spectrum Disorder Diagnosis
- Autism Spectrum Disorders and Puberty
- Coping with Autism Spectrum Disorder Meltdowns and Behaviours
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Author Archives: EJ Banon
Toilet or Potty Training a Child With Autism When Isy was three we had a challenge trying to teach her to go to the toilet for number 2’s. We looked high and low for methods to teach her to go … Continue reading
I was just recently having a conversation with a friend about our kids. We were talking about how we as parents influence our children’s behaviours, (with or without ASD). Whether we like it or not we play an enormous role … Continue reading
Over the past few months we have been battling with the “schooling system” in order to be able to school Isy part time and be able to home tutor her on the days she does not attend school.
I came across this article and thought it was definitely worth posting! Research on only one treatment is rigorous enough to earn an A grade By Nancy Shute October 7, 2010 Parents who research treatments for autism are confronted with … Continue reading
We have just seen the movie Temple Grandin after having heard about it in the Adelaide Autism Yahoo Group, and I must admit we thoroughly enjoyed it, I would give it a 10 out of 10, but then again I … Continue reading
Make Your Own Interactive Flash Cards In the previous post Teach Children with Autism Speech and Language we had a demonstration of some interactive Flash cards with sound that we made up for Isy to teach her to read and … Continue reading
This is a method that we used ourselves right at the beginning when Isy had no language or speech.
Special Schools For Children With Autism Special schools are another choice we have to educate our children with “Special Needs” such as Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). There are a variety of Special Schools, some are Government run and some are … Continue reading
Mainstream Schooling a Child With Autism Many parents of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) affected children choose to put their child in a mainstream school, either from the very beginning of their schooling or sometimes a bit later on. Certainly mainstream … Continue reading