Coronavirus Update | Helping Children with Autism Understand the Coronavirus

How to help children with autism better handle the impact of the coronavirus crisis on their world.

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Normal life for almost all of us has been severely disrupted by the coronavirus crisis but for children with autism and other special needs coping with this new normal can be extremely frustrating sticking to a schedule can help create a routine and create some predictability for the child so that and even create a schedule where the child kind of helps you come up with what they’re gonna do for the day in the autism field we use a lot of again visuals which are pictures that can help individuals understand what’s going to happen and people with autism do their best when they have routine and predictability the UM card org website has suggestions for creating simple schedules using pictures and other visual images [Music]
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