Tag: child with autism

How to Get a Child with Autism to Wear a Mask

Unfortunately, for the foreseeable future, most schools and businesses in the United States are requiring masks.  It seems like almost every day, parents are venting on social media about their children with Autism not being allowed into schools, being kicked off airplanes or being denied entry into entertainment venues because they cannot wear a mask.  According to the National Rehabilitation…

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How to teach your child with Autism Levels of Emotions

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…

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Preparing children with Autism for an injection.

Getting an injection can be scary for any child but for children with Autism it can be even more traumatic. Pediatric nurse Amanda shares some tips parents can use to make it a better experience for their child. 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…

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What is Echolalia: Why does my child with Autism repeat what I say?

Are you frustrated your child with Autism is repeating you instead of telling you what they want? Children with Autism Spectrum disorder who have language delay often struggle with echolalia. Here is how you can use ABA, Applied Behavior Analysis to understand how to help your Autistic child learn to talk. Disclaimer: This video is intended for information purposes only.…

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Meet Armando Bernal – The Autistic ABA Therapist!

Armando was diagnosed with Autism during. Just like you, his parents feared his diagnosis would prevent him from achieving the life of his dreams. Today, Armando is a special education teacher and has a master’s degree in applied behavior analysis. You are probably wondering how he went from special education student to special education teacher. Here is his story. <br>…

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