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Understanding emotions is one the most challenging skills for children for Autism to learn. Understanding levels of emotions is even harder. Children with Autism tend to go from zero to one hundred in an instant. Learning that you can be a little bit sad, happy or hangry is a very difficult and abstract concept….After watching this video you will never teach emotions the same way again!!!

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This video is intended for information purposes only. It is not intended to diagnose or treat any medical condition. The text, graphics, images, flash movies, and audio segments are not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

The information contained in this segment is generalized. It may not be applicable in every situation. Before applying specific interventions, consult a behaviorist. Any behavior intervention can result in an undesired change in behavior if not implemented correctly. No client relationship is established as a result of watching these videos. Jessica Leichtweisz and Hope Education cannot be held responsible for any misuse of the information contained in these videos. <br> <h3>Auto Generated Captions</h3>

hey guys I have a question for you does
it seem like your child with autism or
your student autism has a really hard
time understanding ranges of emotions I
know they’re really really really happy
or they’re really really sad and there’s
nothing in between well that’s a problem
that a lot of children Tom that have
autism so I’ve come up with the best
solution that I’ve ever found for
creating a visual the teacher children a
range of emotions and that’s by using an
abacus now once upon a time these were
just to use for counting but today I
actually use them all the time with kids
and I work with to teach them ranges of
emotions so let’s take a look at how it
works now when you look at the abacus
you’ll see that I have different
pictures these are just emotion cards I
just printed them up online and you can
look at it it says excited happy proud
surprised worried afraid disgusted sad
angry with every motion it is it’s your
child’s working on you can put that in
motion there you don’t have to fill them
on and you can just put a couple and
when you can show your child is that
they can be either a little bit happy or
they could be really happy so what I
have children do is I’ll read them a
story and say how does the person feel
or I’ll sit to them how would you feel
if this happened and I’d have them show
me well if they put all of them over I’d
be really really really really happy so
this might be good for the holidays are
coming in Christmas morning the channels
birthday the deep of mortification but
maybe you’ll show them well if you’re
gonna get to eat a food they really like
they might not be all the way really
really happy but maybe there instead
gonna be putting over thank you to show
them that they’re a little bit happy so
this is a really great visual way to
teach children of range of emotions many
kids who are who have autism who have a
hard time with range of emotions they’re
very literal thinkers which means a
concrete
visual example is going to be exactly
what they need to help them understand
this so I hope this has been really
helpful for you I hope that you can get
one of these start using it right away
in the link below I can link you to the
one that I bought I just put it on
Amazon it will be an Amazon affiliate
link so if you do decide to do this and
you want to support my my youtube
channel but if you’re going to buy it
anyway buying it from that list that
would be awesome if not no worries I
still want to help your family so if
you’re watching this video for the first
time please subscribe to this channel I
put out tons of content tons of videos
sometimes they’re in my office like this
and I have my professional lighting done
and sometimes you’re just selfies I take
when I’m hiking right I’m at the gym you
know whatever I’m doing I want you to
know I’m thinking about your family
because autism doesn’t stop for your
family so no matter where I am I never
stop making content for you on that note
if you want to get my blog post if you
want special insider information and
content that only subscribers to my list
get go to a hope education services com
that’s my website sign up for my list
I’ll send you a free ebook to thank you
you’ll get that content take care guys
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hey guys I have a question for you does
it seem like your child with autism or
your student autism has a really hard
time understanding ranges of emotions I
know they’re really really really happy
or they’re really really sad and there’s
nothing in between well that’s a problem
that a lot of children Tom that have
autism so I’ve come up with the best
solution that I’ve ever found for
creating a visual the teacher children a
range of emotions and that’s by using an
abacus now once upon a time these were
just to use for counting but today I
actually use them all the time with kids
and I work with to teach them ranges of
emotions so let’s take a look at how it
works now when you look at the abacus
you’ll see that I have different
pictures these are just emotion cards I
just printed them up online and you can
look at it it says excited happy proud
surprised worried afraid disgusted sad
angry with every motion it is it’s your
child’s working on you can put that in
motion there you don’t have to fill them
on and you can just put a couple and
when you can show your child is that
they can be either a little bit happy or
they could be really happy so what I
have children do is I’ll read them a
story and say how does the person feel
or I’ll sit to them how would you feel
if this happened and I’d have them show
me well if they put all of them over I’d
be really really really really happy so
this might be good for the holidays are
coming in Christmas morning the channels
birthday the deep of mortification but
maybe you’ll show them well if you’re
gonna get to eat a food they really like
they might not be all the way really
really happy but maybe there instead
gonna be putting over thank you to show
them that they’re a little bit happy so
this is a really great visual way to
teach children of range of emotions many
kids who are who have autism who have a
hard time with range of emotions they’re
very literal thinkers which means a
concrete
visual example is going to be exactly
what they need to help them understand
this so I hope this has been really
helpful for you I hope that you can get
one of these start using it right away
in the link below I can link you to the
one that I bought I just put it on
Amazon it will be an Amazon affiliate
link so if you do decide to do this and
you want to support my my youtube
channel but if you’re going to buy it
anyway buying it from that list that
would be awesome if not no worries I
still want to help your family so if
you’re watching this video for the first
time please subscribe to this channel I
put out tons of content tons of videos
sometimes they’re in my office like this
and I have my professional lighting done
and sometimes you’re just selfies I take
when I’m hiking right I’m at the gym you
know whatever I’m doing I want you to
know I’m thinking about your family
because autism doesn’t stop for your
family so no matter where I am I never
stop making content for you on that note
if you want to get my blog post if you
want special insider information and
content that only subscribers to my list
get go to a hope education services com
that’s my website sign up for my list
I’ll send you a free ebook to thank you
you’ll get that content take care guys
[Music]
you

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LINK to get the Abacus I used! https://amzn.to/34Nv6AD

Enjoying these videos? Check out my blog where I go into even more depth on topics just like this one. Http://www.hopeeducationservices.com

Struggling with potty training your child with Autism. Download a free resource guide at Http://www.autismpottytraining.com

Is your child struggling with trying new foods? Download a Free step by step approach to encouraging the most picky eaters to try new things! Http://www.justfreakingeatit.com

Is your child with Autism starting school or are you struggling with developing a meaningful connection with your child’s teachers? Download my free e-Book Http://www.schoolwithautism.com

Are you waiting for ABA services for your child to start or would you like to learn how you can help your child get the most out of ABA therapy. Check out my book on Amazon designed to help parents just like you.
https://www.amazon.com/Parents-Introd…

Let’s connect on social media:

Facebook: Http://www.facebook.com/hopeeducationservices

Instagram: Http://www.instagram.com/hopeeducationservices

Disclaimer:

This video is intended for information purposes only. It is not intended to diagnose or treat any medical condition. The text, graphics, images, flash movies, and audio segments are not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

The information contained in this segment is generalized. It may not be applicable in every situation. Before applying specific interventions, consult a behaviorist. Any behavior intervention can result in an undesired change in behavior if not implemented correctly. No client relationship is established as a result of watching these videos. Jessica Leichtweisz and Hope Education cannot be held responsible for any misuse of the information contained in these videos.

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