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Autism is a childhood disorder that has a higher incidence in boys than in girls. The skills of an autistic child They can be high or low depending on both your IQ level and your verbal communication skills.
The causes of autism are still unknown, but there are some theories that may explain the disease. These books on autism can help parents better understand this disease. We also introduce you to literature and books for autistic children.
1. The smug little rat
B.A.T.A (Autism Treatment Association)
Bring the reading closer to people with special educational needs has been the main objective of Makakiños, a collection aimed at people with support needs: such as children with cerebral palsy, developmental disorders (autism) or communication disorders.
2. The white rabbit
B.A.T.A (Autism Treatment Association)
Reading is supported, in addition to text and illustration, on a pictogram system based on drawings and colors, called SPC. Thus, the pictograms referring to nouns appear framed in orange, verbs in green, adjectives in blue, etc.
3. Treatment of the autistic child
Childhood psychoses are characterized by a great distrust of the child towards the outside world, which in the case of autism can be visible from the first months of life and push the child to create a world without resorting to anyone other than himself.
The hypotheses of a organic genesis of autism they only explain a greater frailty in these subjects at the statistical level. It remains to explain why the vast majority of people affected by any organic syndrome to which autism is attributed are in fact neither autistic nor psychotic. With the organogenesis hypothesis, the distinction between autism and other diseases with autistic traits no longer makes sense. The result is a veritable epidemic of autism, that is, the increase in proven cases to a thousand percent in a few years. To face such an epidemic, it is committed, especially in the United States, to important investments in educational-behavioral therapies. But autists are not disabled that must be trained, but subjects who have difficulties due to a disorder that is not located in the folds of the brain, but rather symbolically.
Where did the research that tended to isolate a group of children go to make remarkable improvements, with groundwork sustaining them and leading to a better openness to the world? Subtle work with these children seems out of fashion. You don't want to know what it means to be autistic, to be afraid of every imposition. At Antenna 112 we strive to support these children without forcing them. They demand that there be someone to give them guarantees, a "bodyguard" (as defined by a autistic child), which defends its subjectivity, a Other little muscular, that is curious and creative in front of children so disarmed and at the same time so strong.
4. Teach autistic children to understand others
Patricia Howlin, Simon Baron-Cohen, Julie Hadwin
The difficulties children with autism experience in understanding the thoughts, beliefs, desires, and intentions of others are well documented in numerous studies. Currently it has been seen that this deficit underlies many of the social problems and communication characteristics of autism.
5. Towards an explanation of the enigma
The first edition of Autism. Towards an explanation of the enigma, it very soon became a classic because it provided the first satisfactory psychological relato of what goes on in the mind of a person with autism.
This new updated edition tells the story of the scientific effort to understand autism and shows that Uta Frith's explanations have stood the test of time. With surprising extensions and improvements in each of the chapters, the book has been radically revised and a new chapter has been added with research in neuropsychology highlights of the last ten years.
6. Living with autism
Living with autism is aimed at the family and friends of autistic people, as well as the professionals who work with them. Drawing on your personal experience, Stanton offers us an honest description of what living with autism really means for all people.
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