Autism affects how people communicate, respond and relate to others. Autistic people suffer from a disorder of neural development. People with Autism can sometimes think, talk and act in a way that may be different from others. They piece together everyday activities in a certain manner.
Autism is a spectrum condition and may affect people in different ways. There are, however, some common behaviours between people with Autism.
Autistic behaviours could include:
-May have trouble, talking, playing and being with others
-Avoiding eye contact or smiling
-May like repeating things and doing them over and over again
-Repeating phrases or the same movements
-Lining up objects or organising into colours
-Getting upset if routines change (like driving a different way to school)
Research clearly suggests that weak cognitive skills can have a negative impact on the day-to-day life of people with Autism. As humans, we strongly rely on our key cognitive skills for just about everything we do in our lives. Whether it be learning, reading, interacting with others or processing information, ALP Brain training can therefore have significant life-changing effects on the lives of students with Autism, as we strengthen these cognitive skills and increase their ability through our mental exercises.
We can help if you have any concerns about your child being diagnosed with ADHD, Autism, learning difficulties and short attention spans. Please leave your contact details, and a team member will be in touch shortly.
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