with Autism Face Unique Educational, Social & Communication
I'm sure you've heard by now, no two people diagnosed with autism
are the same...
fact there's a saying that I like to use when people ask about
You've Met One Child With Autism... Then You've Met One Child
it's clear that treatment
must be individualized to meet your child's
needs and help them build the skills they will need throughout
it's not just children that need an individual approach... A
loved one with autism at any age can benefit from proven
day-to-day treatment methods...
true that the
challenges do become different as your child matures into an
adolescent, and a whole new set of
issues will arise.
of these new challenges are the normal
issues parents of all teenager faces, however they
much "worse" by autism.
because teenagers with autism often have difficulty
communicating with their peers and struggle to fit in,
but at the same time, they often want to pull away from
can leave them with no one at all to talk or turn to.
also have the issue of “raging hormones”,
alongside a limited ability to understand or appropriately
manage sexual behaviors - which can lead a number
A Child With Autism Brings New Challenges To Your Family
- You Must Be Prepared...
with autism also brings added stress to the entire family.
and Sisters may sometimes feel as though their needs aren't
being met or
aren't as important to you compared to the
needs of their brother or sister with autism.
couples may find their lives revolving around the care of
their child with autism and be unable to find time
to be with each other.
is "dangerous ground" and if allowed to continue can lead to
the breakdown of the relationship and the family.
of course, there are the many financial stresses
and concerns over the future of any child with
people with autism have a normal life expectancy, naturally
plans must be made for their adult life.
many people with autism are not able to lead independent
lives and may not be able to hold down jobs
or participate in their communities.
this doesn't have to be the case...
help them, you must start planning for their transition
to the “adult” world
when your child is ready they can then be helped to find appropriate
employment that includes his or her skills
keeping challenges linked to autism at a minimum.
- let's stop here for a second... I'd like to make something
clear right now...
diagnosis of autism definately SHOULD NOT be seen as a guarantee
of a lesser
fact, all you need is the right advice and instruction to
ensure your child with autism is placed and
stays on the right path -
useful information you can trust can be hard to find...
is one of the reasons I carried out a survey of 500 of
my newsletter subscribers, all with loved ones with autism.
information I gathered from this pioneering study gives
parents, caregivers and professionals "tried and tested" answers
to the buring questions they have about living and treating
Example...did you know that the top rated effectve treatment
for autism is
Applied Behavioural Analysis (based on a survey
out of 500 people who have loved ones with autism in 2007)
lack of relevant and critically important information is the
reason I wrote a comprehensive book covering all the essentials
anyone with a loved one with autism should know.
book has one simple goal - To make life better for all those
whose lives have been touched by Autism...
This is the
downloadable book that will calm your fears, put your
mind at ease and help you develop a workable plan for your family
loved ones future.