Teaching Autistic Children To Read - Using Art to Break Down the Barriers by autismcure01

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									Teaching Autistic Children To Read - Using
     Art to Break Down the Barriers
Written by: Autism Advisor



Teaching Autistic Children To Read

It seems there is a new angle to teaching autistic children. The idea comes from autistic
children themselves. The parents of autistic children only want the best and any latest
findings that may work for them; they should be made aware of it.

For those children with Autism Spectrum Disorder there is a new safe and intelligent way to
give them a voice which has been silent. It gives them a bridge to the outside world and lets
them speak. Teaching Autistic Children through Art actually invites you into their world.
Their need to draw to visualize their non verbal expressions gives them that voice.

Many autistic children from the ages 12 and up have come forward and given an inspirational
testimonial which is amazing in itself. But the autistic community is actually listening like
never before. And there is something to listen to, and consider because it is actually working.

By Teaching Autistic Children through Art, it demonstrates its effectiveness by changing
your child's behavior. This therapy is a clinically-sound and safe treatment option with so
many benefits, such as an increase in self awareness, developing problem solving strategies,
the feeling of a safe environment and the accomplishment of their own creative thinking and
self accomplishment. The development of social skill in a group or with parents is good
feeling for all that participate. Teaching Autistic Children To Read

Teaching Autistic Children through Art is a therapy that both parents and therapists can have
a goal as they both want the child to succeed. In groups the therapists can offer many social
skills and interaction with others through art techniques for certain autistic needs. The self
accomplishment to create an art product would be a safe forum for emotion and self-
expression. For non verbal autistic children this way of communicating is an awareness to
express so many feelings which otherwise you would not "hear".

  Teaching Autistic Children To Read - Using Art to Break Down the Barriers © 2010
The art visual activity provides the social skills with group integration giving a strong feeling
of peer support and can be a lot of fun. Of course the social skills benefit, as they are related
with recreation and leisure which are developed through the interaction.

Of course safety is an absolute when working with any art supplies. Depending on the age
and comprehension of the child, the use of pencil, clay, paint, collage or even glue should be
closely watched. With the building of trust you can reap great rewards and encourage
communication which in the long run makes for a happier child. There may be many goals
reached, so depending on the age of the child and what they are interested in see what
rewards you can gather. Teaching Autistic Children To Read




               Autism Advisor


“Teaching Autistic Children To Read is a proven Autism Solution for your Child.

Try the program and change child's life forever!”




  Teaching Autistic Children To Read - Using Art to Break Down the Barriers © 2010

								
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