How to explain autism to curious children

Posted by David on April 26, 2013 in Autism |

As Autism Awareness Month winds down, I thought that this is a very timely topic to review and discuss. Given that we now live in an age where 1 in 50 children are being diagnosed on the Autism Spectrum and there is greater integration and awareness in schools and other mainstream activies, questions are bound to be asked. Here is a good resource for parents:

If your child stares, points or asks indiscreetly, “What’s wrong with that kid?” don’t feel ashamed. April is Autism Awareness Month so instead of shrinking with embarrassment, take advantage of that teachable moment and turn awkward exchanges into awareness-raising opportunities for our youngest generation. What’s wrong with her? If your child stares, points or asks indiscreetly, “What’s wrong with that kid?” don’t feel ashamed. April is Autism Awareness Month so…

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