Supporting Children with Autism – An Introduction for Health and Social Care Practitioners

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Prevalence estimates tell us that the number of adults with ASD is

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Children with autism cope well with

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All children with autism have impairments in

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The core symptoms of autism mean that is often difficult for individuals to

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To help a child with autism to understand your communication you should

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All children with ASD have

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Many children with autism struggle to conform to social rules because

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An example of an impairment in social interaction is

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You can make positive adaptations to your interventions for children with ASD by

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You can help a child attending an appointment by

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You can make attending appointments easier for a child with ASD by

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An child with autism will be more likely to respond appropriately to you if you

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You can help minimise sensory distress in meeting rooms by

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You can help a child with autism to make choices by

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You can provide extra structure for a child with ASD by

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If a child with an ASD is avoiding eye contact and not showing a social smile, you should

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Before taking a child with ASD’s temperature you should

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You can help a child with ASD to engage in play based activities by

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This is an appropriate phrase to use when interacting with a child with autism

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You can support a child with ASD to problem solve by

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