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    Employment for Uniquely-Abled Individuals and Government Provisions

    Uniquely-abled individuals, should be encouraged to take up courses, while they are still in high school so that they can become job-ready when they graduate. Computer programming, drafting, commercial art, and similar courses can keep uniquely-abled individuals involved and motivated, and at the same time, serve as refuge from teasing. The Truth about Autism Savant…

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    Employment Opportunities for Uniquely-Abled Individuals in India

    The government of India is one the biggest employers of labor in the world. The railways and the telecom ministry employ the largest number of people. The Union government has reserved three percent vacancies for the uniquely-abled individuals, out of which one percent is reserved for people with visual impairment. Another one percent is reserved…

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    The Truth about Autism Savant

    It’s not unusual for the parents of a child having autism, to be told by someone that autism implies great ability and intelligence. The reality, however, is that in extremely rare cases a child may be an autism savant. While children with autism are often intelligent and can be a great asset to the society,…

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    Autism Therapy Methods: Auditory Integration

    Autism is a common neurological disorder which develops within the first few years of a child’s birth. The main problem of persons with autism is that various parts of their brain are “wired” differently and doesn’t work together. Individuals with autism are known to struggle in self-explanation, language, communication and motor skills. They also face…

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    Autism Educational Therapy Methods for Children

    A person having autism spectrum disorder usually lacks in communication, language, cognitive, and social skills. Because of these problems, children with autism are known to learn better with imitations and visual aids. A structured environment that accommodates their routines and sensory sensitivities is considered ideal for them. Autism educational therapy, comprising visual aids combined with…

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    Early Autism Signs among Children

    Experts agree that the most common early autism signs start to show when children are aged between two to three years of age. Every child is unique and children with autism are no different. In some cases, parents claim to have noticed the early autism signs in infants (for instance, babies who do not babble)….

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    Relationship Development Intervention to Treat Autism

    With the steady rise in the number of children diagnosed with autism, an increasing number of studies have been undertaken to provide therapeutic treatment and help these kids lead more independent lives as they grow up. Relationship development intervention is a new parent-based clinical treatment which tries to fix social problems that are at the…

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  • autism sensory overload

    Managing Autism Sensory Overload in Children

    Kids having autism sensory overload, usually face challenges in their daily activities like school functions and play dates. Extreme sensitivity to touch, noise, bright lights, crowds, and textures, are often overwhelming to kids having sensory issues and can ruin their lives and that of their parents. Some of the symptoms are often very severe and…

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    Learning Disability among Children

    Learning disability in children is a neurological disorder. It results from the difference in which a person’s brain functions is “wired.” Children having learning disabilities are no less smart than their peers. But because of the brain wiring they face hurdles in writing, reading, spelling, reasoning and similar activities. Explaining Autism in Children Learning disabilities…

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    Explaining Autism in Children

    Children, especially those struggling with a disorder, need immense love and support to overcome life’s challenges. Autism in children is not uncommon these days and extending them proper support can go a long way to make them live as independent individuals. While academics are important, it shouldn’t be the only goal for parents to pursue…

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