CategoryAutism

Mind Center for Special Needs is a state-of-the-art educational center located in Qatar that offers a wide range of services for individuals with special needs, particularly those with autism. The center is dedicated to providing a supportive and inclusive learning environment that helps individuals with learning difficulties achieve their full potential.  One of the key...
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Most people have heard of autism, but they may not be sure what it involves. After all, autism is a complex condition that is still being researched.  April is National Autism Awareness Month and it’s an opportunity to learn more about this developmental disability and how it can affect vision.   Autism spectrum disorder involves a...
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wning a pet and interacting with animals can have many benefits. An animal can provide companionship, friendship, reduce loneliness and alleviate anxiety. It can be easier for a person with autism to interact with an animal because an animal is nonverbal and non-judgemental. Owning a pet can also foster responsibility in children.  A study done...
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An optimal diet is balanced and full of nutrients. This can sometimes be challenging for autistic individuals since many have digestive and feeding-related issues.  People with autism are often deficit in certain nutrients, so a food list for autism will include foods with these nutrients. Fresh fruits and vegetables, nuts, beans, eggs, and lean meats...
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When it comes to Autism parents get special advice from educational experts, pediatricians, and even scientists. As a parent, you must be always worried about your child’s overall well-being and behavior. Most of the children with autism issues tend to gravitate towards entertaining activities and toys to spend their time. The most important thing that...
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Careers for People with Autism Animal-related Jobs – Dog Trainer, Vet Tech, etc. Computer Programming and Software Scientist, Lab Technician, or Researcher Journalism Assembly-line Manufacturing There was once a time when those with autism were often considered broken and completely unemployable, but that is certainly no longer the case. Many people who have been diagnosed...
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Children with autism demonstrate a range of cognitive, motor and language abilities, sensory preferences, and interests or aversions. When you are considering how best to engage your child with autism in play-based activities, always keep their individual needs and interests in mind. Occupational therapists will often “scaffold” activities to help children build their skills for...
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We are often quick to make judgements on what we perceive to be happening when children behave in a way that draws attention – but when a young person with autism is struggling to cope with the world, the last thing they need is our criticism. These 10 tips reflect our combined experience of research...
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If you’ve ever traveled to another country and tried to navigate your days without a translator, stumbling over the local language and customs, you might just have a little glimpse into the daily life of a child on the spectrum. Trying to make sense of a world where everyone else seems to understand each other...
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1. Match the cards Age: 3 to 5 years Benefits: Memory, concentration and social skills Suitable for: Speech and Language Delay, Learning Disability Memory matching cards are easily available in the market. You can play this simple game by arranging pairs of matching cards face down in random order. You and your child can take turns...
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