Child Psychology and Behaviour Special Needs

Managing distraction in children with autism

Jill Sanghvi
3 to 7 years

Created by Jill Sanghvi
Updated on Aug 13, 2020

Reviewed by Expert panel

Distraction and inability to focus on a certain activity can hamper learning in autistic children. The way they process their thoughts is diverse and it is important to idientify the reasons which can cause this distraction. Parents can help their children by understanding when these instances happen and finding out what the child is thinking about and how he is perceiving the world around him. Having conversations with the child in a manner that he understands best allows parents to take care of the thoughts that distract the child and help him focus better. Jill Sanghvi, a Senior Therapist from UMMEED Mumbai shares her experience of having worked with children and families and understanding what works best to address this issue.

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| Aug 21, 2020

https://youtu.be/zG6CvGV9bUY Safety tips for parents that we should make our children learn. Found it worth sharing with everyone who have kids. Please watch till the end and share with everyone who have child.

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