The learning styles of individuals with Autism means that teaching concepts and skills in managing their sexuality, using typical strategies such as theory based lessons and reading materials, [...]
Many parents are surprised when the first thing I say is, “teach letter sounds not letter names”
Competent communicators have this wonderful tool bag of strategies and different ways to communicate.
Development and acquisition of functional literacy skills, including developing sight words, increasing phonological awareness and developing understanding.
Children with autism tend to be very literal and therefore the way we support their understanding of loss and death needs to be reflected in concrete and literal language.