Official Google Blog: Project Spectrum: recognizing the talents of children with autism

This is a major issue we all face as parents when handling a child with autism. From ayurveda to siddha, to homeopathy and even allopathy, we have tried some of these medications at some point of time.As with homeopaths we are expected to follow the doc’s instructions in blind faith as most of them do
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The other day we were driving through one of the flyovers in Bengaluru when Ramam pointed to a poster of the film New York. I asked him if he liked the songs of New York. The next day again I elaborated that there is katrina, John Abhraham in the movie. The third day I just
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A genetic clue as to why autism is more prevalent amongst boys than girls has been found. Here is the link  http://news.yahoo.com/s/time/20090520/hl_time/08599189975600 Life will be a lot easier if the actual cause is known.

When talking to an autistic child, these must be kept in mind. Come down to the level of the child as it is easier to maintain eye contact. Speak positively. For example instead of saying do not take my things, say hands quiet or for instance instead of saying do not leave this room, say
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They say man proposes and God disposes, today Mom proposed and Pop disposed. The new recipe was meant for Hari but he expected something else and so did not even try. Chicken Rolls. He just did not want to even give it a try. No point pushing it, we will reintroduce it later in a
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Children with autism can’t show affection. This is one of the most devastating myths. Autistic children express their love and feelings differently. Children with autism are actually geniuses. Only one in ten people with autism have what are termed “Islets of ability or intelligence”. Like other children, the IQ’s of children with autism range throughout
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Never try to manage an autistic; it is easier to engage one. When one is managing one is just clearing up the mess. Instead it is better to keep them engaged. Try not to say don’t do something, instead try and give him alternatives. Be lavish in your praise, it gives their self esteem a
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In the world of autism, a parent realises the struggle and the pain. But its the silent autistic child who goes through much more and with no way to crib about it. I felt I had cured my sons autism when i cured my perceptions and expectations of him. I see so much love in
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