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How many people are estimated to have autism?
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What might help a child with ASD who finds loud noises distressing?
If a child with ASD becomes agitated at busy or noisy times you should:
If a child with ASD becomes anxious at story time you should:
If a child with ASD does not do what you have asked them to, an appropriate follow up would be:
If a child with ASD is running inside the early years setting, an appropriate way to encourage them to walk would be to:
You notice a child with ASD teasing another child, an appropriate interaction would be:
Children with autism cope well with:
You can help to reduce a child's anxiety around changes by:
If a child with an ASD does not give you eye contact you should:
If a child with ASD is talking when a member of staff is addressing the children you should:
This is an appropriate phrase to use when talking to a child with ASD:
If a child with ASD does not answer your question immediately you should:
During playtimes, you can encourage a child with ASD to join with peers by playing:
Children with ASD:
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