Autism And Autism

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Autism is a complex neurobehavioral condition that includes impairments in social interaction and developmental language and communication skills combined with inflexible, repetitive behaviors( because it is such a wide based disability it is also called Autism spectrum disability also known as ASD. When it comes to people 's perception of the world or the stimuli that we come in touch with a person with autism is bound to see them differently. Each person experiences different perceptions than other people when it comes to the same stimuli, however, when you add a person with a disability into the mix perception seems to change all around. People with autism are creative and they see things differently than those without a disability. …show more content…
While sensory does not affect the everyday lives of people without disabilities it has crucial effects on those who do. People with Autism want to be treated the same, it is important to be there for them, to act like they are involved in their life and have a say so in what is going on. It is important to interact with them and help them deal with their problems they are struggling with.
There are some easy steps to take when dealing with a person who is Autistic, look at the environment to see if it is creating difficulties and then see if you can change anything. Next, think of positive sensory experiences and get involved, just being around a person who is autistic will change the way you see the world. Lastly, explain to them that there will be cases in which the sensory stimuli will be different and how to overcome these difficult situations. These are just three steps, however, they make a huge impact on a person’s life when they have

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