Aug 1st, 2012 by rethinkautism
Children with autism often have difficulty varying their pitch when speaking. Help your child express emotion as well as intent by teaching him to speak with correct intonation.
This week's tip is based on lessons from our Academic, Social Emotional, & Expressive Language lesson categories.
When children with autism have difficulty expressing themselves, it can sometimes be due to a limited vocabulary. Help your child communicate more effectively by teaching her new words.
This week's tip is based on lessons from our Expressive Language lesson category.
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To help your child show Mom how much he loves and appreciates her, teach him to complete our printable color-by-numbers Mother's Day card! Watch this week's tip video and you can also show him how to make gifts or breakfast in bed for her!
Did you have a chance to watch last week's tip on problem behavior?
Last week, we showed you how you can assess if your child is displaying problem behavior to avoid or escape a task. This week you'll see some other possible functions of problem behavior, and more strategies so that you can manage your child's behavior.
Subscribe nowand join the many parents and educators worldwide using rethink autism to learn how to manage their child's problem behavior.
Click below to watch this week's tip based on our "Problem Behavior" training video.
Would you like to learn how to manage your child's problem behavior?
For families of children with autism, dealing with problem behavior at home, school and in the community can be a challenge.
In order to manage the behavior effectively, you must first understand the purpose or "function" of the behavior.
Subscribe now and join the many parents and educators worldwide using rethink autism to learn how to manage their child's problem behavior.
To get started, click below to watch this week's tip based on our "Problem Behavior" training video, which will teach you how to determine possible functions of your child's behavior.
Nov 9th, 2011 by rethinkautism
The holiday season can be fun, but it can also be a challenging time for children with autism and their families.
That's why Rethink Autism is hosting two very special events this month! Preparing for the Holidays, a webinar with Dr Bridget A. Taylor. This webinar is Free and Open to Everyone! A Thanksgiving movie featuring your child's artwork!