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FLMMSS  Raising Autism awearness across the world .💙 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KeTPi1XX9bY&feature=youtube_gdata_player

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ان وجد مجتمع واعي وبيئه مثقفة وداعمة لن تقف الصعوبات امامة بل يخرج الإبداع والابتكار مثل شخصيتنا التي تابعنها بصمت طوال تلك السسنين ولازالنا خلق من صعوبة النطق فن جميل بل واضحك اجيال 💙فعلا عبقري الكوميديا . @flmmss@

#تأتأه#صعوبات_تعلم#تعلم#صعوبات_النطق#وعي#صعوبات#توعيه
#awereness#speach_therapy#motivation

Consistent grounding events and routines can help a child with autism feel comforted.  When changes do need to happen there are ways you can make transitions easier so it is less upsetting.
4. Communication

Most people know that one of the main challenges those on the autism spectrum face is with communication or social skills. Social & language skills can vary significantly from being completely nonverbal, to having a superb vocabulary. However, there are a lot of misunderstandings between a person’s ability to speak and their ability to actually communicate and understand.
My son’s vocabulary was tested and found to be in the 99th percentile. This came as no surprise to me because he was speaking in small sentences shortly after his first birthday and hasn’t stopped since. He talks from the moment he wakes up until the moment he falls asleep.
However, his receptive language skills are only in the 7th percentile. This means he has a hard time following what other people are saying. He misses the meaning of body language, tone of voice, facial expression, etc. He also has trouble follow complex directions, so it’s best to explain only one step at a time. The hardest part of all is the struggle to express emotions. He can talk about a #physical object with his vast vocabulary but he can’t use those words to describe abstract thoughts like how he is feeling.

This is a challenge we encounter often. I bet this challenge is different for everyone, but there. Most people would assume that because my son is speaking so well, he is also understanding well. This is simply not the case. There have been times where he’s upset and I do my detective work to find out what is wrong. Then others will say “why didn’t he just tell me?” The answer is simple : he can’t.  He is not willfully refusing to tell others what he’s is feeling, he just can’t do it.
Communication skills vary different for everybody but the main thing people need to understand is this: Just because a child is non-verbal, does not mean they DON’T understand you. And just because a child is verbal, does not mean they DO understand you.

The article from: www.hes-extraordinary.com

I personally have heard many times things like: “He thinks this is a game”, or “He just doesn’t want to listen today”, “He is intentionally being oppositional and defiant”, “He needs more discipline so he knows better”. The list goes on.

But a child having a meltdown does not want to behave that way — it is #physically and emotionally draining to experience this. It’s not a game or acting intentionally or used as a method of getting what they want. It is a child telling you that they are having a hard time and need help.

3. Rigidity

Children with autism thrive on a consistent and predictable routine. I think this is one of the more commonly known “symptoms of autism” but it’s often misunderstood what this really means. Rigidity is not as simple as needing to do a certain thing at a certain time of the day or in a certain order. It is a need for sameness, often in the tiny details most people do not notice.
Entering a classroom, you could see a child become distraught for “no reason”, but what actually happened is he noticed his desk was shifted 2 inches by the custodian the night before.  It’s grounding and assuring to keep things the same in this unpredictable world. Other examples include not wanting to wear new clothes, insisting on having the same book bag and lunch bag, the same foods, etc. Once, something spilled in my sons lunch bag so I sent his lunch in a plastic bag while I cleaned it. He didn’t eat that day because he would not take food from a different bag.

If your child asks for a drink of milk and you pour that milk into a red cup instead of the blue cup that they use everyday, they get upset. That is rigidity. To an adult it may seem trivial, and you may try to reason with your child. “The milk tastes the same no matter what color the cup is”. But to a child with #autism this just makes the world seem even more unpredictable. It can cause anxiety. As the child may begin thinking “Well if you can give me a red cup instead of a blue cup … what else could happen? Will my dad pick me up from #daycare?” #Autism#Autismchildren

Part 2

He was self-regulating. He was using his voice because either he was under stimulated, or because there was some other sound he could hear that was bothering him, so he was blocking it out with his voice. The teacher removed him because it annoyed the other children. Chances are if J had a visible disability, this would have went very differently. If this were the case, the teacher would have been explaining to the other kids that he couldn’t help it or that he needed to do it, and wouldn’t be telling him to stop, or removing him.

Situations like this are directly caused by people within our education system lacking the proper training to be responsible for our children. The truth is everyone stims, even people who are neuro typical. The difference is that what we do may not be as noticeable, or is more “socially acceptable” to do. Nail biting, twirling your hair, tapping your pencil or foot, are all forms of stimming.
Lamar Hardwick described stimming by saying “Stimming is like turning down the radio when you think you smell something burning. Its a way of turning off the other senses”

2. Meltdowns
I wish this wasn’t true but, meltdowns are always going to be misunderstood. There are always going to be people out there who see nothing but a child having a “tantrum” who will puff their chest out and state that child needs “a good spanking” and “my child would never act like that” . They’ll say the parents are lazy and that they are to blame.
This actually couldn’t be farther from the truth. There is literally a neurological difference between a meltdown and a temper tantrum. People need to understand that when a child’s sensory system is overwhelmed, it can literally become unbearable. It may appear to happen suddenly, but there are many warning signs leading up to a meltdown. When the signs are missed, it’s like a pop can being shaken and finally exploding. There’s nothing you can do now but let it fizz out. Meltdowns are uncontrollable outbursts that may be aggressive and unpredictable.
Part 3👉👉

Things Everyone Should Understand About #Autism  part 1

4 Things Everyone Should Understand About Autism

I would have to say one of the biggest challenges that people on the autism spectrum, and autism parents face is being misunderstood. There are so many things that people just do not understand about autism, until it has touched their lives in some way. This causes so many misconceptions and judgement towards people on the spectrum.

People as a whole need to become more aware, and understanding. Current statistics says 1 in 68 people are on the autism spectrum. I personally suspect that number is higher – but regardless. 1 in 68 people means you probably encounter someone with autism every day and don’t even realise it. Shouldn’t we, as a society, all be aware of what autism is, so we can put our judgment aside and help others?

Here are just four of the many things everyone should understand about autism.
1. Stimming
Self-stimulatory behaviour is what is known as “stimming“. It may be repetition of physical movements, sounds, or repetitive movement of objects. It’s usually done because it’s calming or self-regulating. People shouldn’t be forced to stop their stims, and doing so often causes them great #anxiety.
Here’s my personal experience with how misunderstood society is in regards to stimming.

One day I went to pick up J from daycare. His teacher said “Well, his day wasn’t too bad. But at one point, out of nowhere he stood in the middle of the room and he kept making this strange noise. He was doing it for no reason. When the other kids were asking him to stop, he didn’t. Then I was telling him to stop and he wouldn’t so I had to take him out of the classroom”

I started to explain what she saw him doing. I said “He wasn’t doing that for no reason – that is a verbal stim”

She interrupted “No it was for no reason. He only wanted to intentionally bother the other kids, everything was fine before that”

Its NOT for no reason. I really wish people understood this. He was not trying to bug other children. In fact that’s probably one of the last things he wants to do, because he wishes he had friends. #Autism

Part 2👉👉

فوائد الرياضة الدماغية للتوحدي وفرط الحركة :

نتكلم عن #الرياضة #الدماغية ومدى فائدتها وخاصة بعد تطبيقها مع كثير من الامهات وتنفيذها على أطفالهم المصابين بالتوحد ،، العملية بسيطة جدا ويمكن تنفيذها بابسط الوسائل.
اطفال التوحد : يحتاجون الى زيادة في تكوين الشبكات العصبية وزيادة ارتباطها بالدماغ حيث ان كل خلية عصبية دماغية واحدة لها القدرة على امتلاك ثلاثين ألفا من الزوائد الشبكية مكونة كثافة عالية من النشاط الدماغي الكلي. وبالتالي زيادة التركيز والانتباه. كيف يتم زيادتها ؟ وهذا المهم
يمكن انعاش الخلايا المضمرة وزيادة الشبكات العصبية بتنفيذ الرياضة الدماغية وخاصة الرسم العبثي لاطفال التوحد ،، راح اشرحها لكم وتمارسونها لكم ولاطفالكم بالبيت.
كل ام توفر لاطفالها سبورة او فليب شارت او ورقة A3 وكل حسب شنو متوافر عنده في المنزل . نحاول في الرياضة الدماغية نمسك يدي #الطفل راحتا وراه ونحط قي يدينه قلمين بلونين مختلفين ونقوم واحنا ماسكين يديه ونرسم على السبورة بالقلمين ونحاول ان يكون الرسمين للخطوط بنفس الشكل وتلقائيا الطفل يركز على الرسم لللونين ورسموه عبثي يعني شخابيط عادي ما في مشكلة. الجانب اليمين والشمال راح يعملون بنفس القوة واحنا نعرف من الدراسات ان #الدماغ له فصين يمين وشمال واستخدامنا لليد اليمنى يقوي الجانب الايسر وتبقى الجانب الايمن كما هو ، حركتهم مع بعض تجعل الجانب الايمن نشط وبالتالي يزداد التركيز.
الان اتبعت مع كثير من الامهات الي قعدت معاهم لقوا الطفل مستمتع وبدا يركز وهذا من شهر كنت مع ام بنتها كانت ما تقعد على الطاولة والان تنتظر وتسحب امها وتسوي تمرين الرسم العبثي وتالي تدخل معاها في التدريب.

منقووول

#الطفولة#اضطرابات#السلوك _النمطي#سلوكيات#الصبر#التحمل#فرط_نشاط#تواصل#مشاكل_التوحد#علاجات_التوحد#طرق_تعليم#علاج#صعوبات#التوحد_البحرين#معلومات_التوحد#autsim#awaerness

في يوم #الأم تحية الى كل أم لطفل توحد
تناضل وتدخل في حرب يوميه ضد المرض
تستيقظ كل صباح وتمسح دمعتها وتبتدي
من جديد في محاولة لعلاج طفلها من التوحد
تناضل وتجاهد في كل يوم وفي كل لحظة
ضد المرض وضد البشر الي مايرحمون
من كلمات ومن نظرات قد تطعنها وتجرحها
واتالمها رغم كل العوائق رغم كل التعب
تستمر في سعيها دون توقف كل يوم من
شروق الشمس الى غروب الشمس
انتي إمرأة انتي أم انتي الاجمل انتي
الاقوى انتي أم فعلاً تستحقين كل التقدير
ليس
في يوم الأم فقط ليس فقط في يوم المرأة فقط
بل في كل يوم تستحقين يا #أم ل طفل #توحدي كل التقدير يا #مناضلة يا #مجاهده ربي يبارك في كل ام تناضل ضد مرض #التوحد لتحسين حالة ابنها اهنيكم بهذا اليوم وكل يوم تشرق فيه الشمس الله يمدكم بالقوة و#الطاقة و#الأمل
وربي يشفي كل طفل توحدي ويفرح قلب كل أم
ويرزكم برهم اللهم آمين.
من #قلبي الى #قلب كل أم 💞

Happy #Mother’s day

For all autism mothers around the world

Fighting every day for better life for their

#Children you are #heroes.

I Love you all, God Bless you all

@flmmss

#ام#امي#التوحد#طفل#mothers#autosim#motherday#يوم_الام#مشاعر

4.  Brainstorm some different solutions; support your child to do this.

5.  Agree on a solution: ‘So it’s agreed that you will play with your Lego at the other end of the sitting room, where no one is going to be walking past.’ 6.  Try out the solution. Remind your #child to put the #plan into action.

7.  Review the plan at a later time and talk to your child about whether the #solution to the problem has worked, and if so why? If it has not worked, why is that, what could be done differently?

8.  Model #problem solving in this way: ‘Kid’s, the film is all booked up on the day we want to see it, shall we go another day, see a different film or do something else instead?” Children learn a lot by watching others.

9.  Be aware that #children develop different skills at #different rates. You may have a bright child who appears to be ahead when it comes to reading and #learning, but that does not necessarily mean that they will be up to the same speed in their emotional #development.

10.  Let him have the experience.If there is not an answer to the problem, the cookie really is broken, or the Batman pants really are in the wash, then your child will need to learn that sometimes life hands us #disappointment. Let him feel the feelings.

11.  Stay calm and be there for them while they ‘sweat the small stuff.’

The important thing is to listen to your child. Patience and empathy on your part will help your child feel validated in that their #emotions are valid, which they are, they really do feel upset/#disappointed or whatever it is.

Most parents are not #surprised when their two-year-old gets upset about small things. The behavior is accepted and not at all unusual for a child of this age. But it is common for older children to get emotional when something doesn’t feel right.

Being able to regulate our emotions, delay gratification, and respond appropriately to life’s ups and downs are #skills that take time to develop.  Furthermore, some children will need more support than others. [clickToTweet tweet=”Teaching your child how to solve their problems will assist them a great deal as they grow older.” quote=”Teaching your child how to solve their problems will assist them a great deal as they grow older.”] 11 Ways to Respond to An #Emotional #Child

1.  Name the problem ‘Your sister has stepped on your Lego model again.” 2.  Acknowledge the feeling: ‘That must be upsetting.’ 3.  Ask your child if they can think of a solution ‘What do you think you could do to stop this from happening?’

The Worst Words You Can Say to Your Emotional Child

The Worst Words You Can Say to Your Emotional Child

By Jane Rogers Filed Under:ParentingTagged With: Communicating with Kids, Mindful Parenting This post may contain affiliate links.

Parenting cliches drive me insane. I’m guilty. Don’t get me wrong. Parenting an emotional child (or two) offers me plenty of opportunity to expercise the power of a good parenting cliche.

Still, why can’t adults recognize that cognitively speaking not all cliches can be treated equally when it comes to speaking with kids?

One main reason I’m drawn to Montessori is the respect she gives to children in her writing and her educational approach. Respecting the child can be misunderstood to mean that we should treat a child as an adult. That is not the case. Within the context of child development and embracing the specific developmental stage, we must respect the child.

In other words, telling a young child, “You’re okay,” doesn’t work well.Why? To the child, the big emotions and what he is experiencing inside his heart, his body, and his mind tells him that he’s not okay.

So, when someone says, “Life is too short to sweat the small stuff, isn’t it?” It’s what adults often say to each other. But a child’s attitude to the ‘small stuff’ is a different matter.

One dad attending my parenting course stated: Children do ‘sweat the small stuff.’ Another parent with whom I recently worked could not understand why her four-year-old son made a huge fuss because his biscuit was broken. She offered him another biscuit, but he would have none of it.

What could she do? She couldn’t exactly stick the broken biscuit back together could she?

This little story made me smile and reminded me of the time when my son, then around the same age, was inconsolable one day because his Batman pants were in the wash. You would have thought his little world had just ended.

There’s no doubt, children can get very emotional quickly aboutseemingly unimportant things. It might not seem like a good idea to pander to these emotions or  to bend over backward to make everything right for them all the time.

سيكون أكثر الأطفال لطفاً وطيبة قلب، وهو الطفل الذي سيفعل الشيء الصحيح بأن يتجاوز كل التوقعات. سوف يمثل شخصية الطفل المثالي تشارلي باكيت في قصة روالد دال. سوف يكون ذلك الطفل أول صديق حقيقي لكريستوفر.

أشكركم على حسن استماعكم.

المخلص،

والد كريستوفر". وقام والد كرستوفر بنشر تحديث لمنشوره بعد أن لاقى تفاعلاً كبيراً قال فيه: "بعد أن علمت أن منشوري انتشر للغاية، صار من المبرر أن أستقبل كل تلك الطلبات لكي أكتب خطاباً لكريستوفر أو أرسل إليه طرداً. وكانت تلك إحدى الأفكار التي بدأها شخصيتان براديو KMBZ التجاري وهما دانا وسكوت، أو أحد المستمعين لهما، وطالبوا بالاهتمام بها، لذا فإن ذلك ذلك الكم من البطاقات المرسلة لا يزال في طريقه.
طالب كثير منكم أن يرسل بطاقات وطروداً إلى كريستوفر، لذا أرجو منكم أن تشاركوا الاحتفال القائم بالفعل. وسوف أنشر ردود أفعاله على الإنترنت.

يمكنكم أن تكتبوا له على العنوان التالي:

كريستوفر كورنيليوس،

96 طريق فالي فيو

روكواي، نيوجيرسي

صندوق بريدي رقم 7866

شكراً للطفكم وطيبة قلبكم.. إنني أقدر لكم ذلك كثيراً". 🌸وفي نهاية اكتفي بقول علمو أبنائكم الانسانية وتعاطف من ديننا الاسلامي هذا واجب عليكم تجاه أبنائكم ليكونو مجتمع قوي اساسة مثل قول الرسول صلى الله عليه وسلم ( مثل المؤمنين في توادهم وتراحمهم وتعاطفهم كمثل الجسد ؛ اذا اشتكى منه عضو تداعى له سائر الجسد بالحمى والسهر ))FLMMSS
#ابطال_التوحد#التوحد#Flmmss

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