Teaching Empathy Skills to Children With Autism

Teaching Empathy Skills to Children With Autism

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Empathy signifies the ability to identify oneself with the emotional state of another person as well as to understand and value this person’s feelings, behaviour and motives.

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Visual Perception and Dyslexia

Visual Perception and Dyslexia

It is estimated that approximately 35-40% of people with learning disabilities experience visual disorders or difficulties when reading printed material. They may suffer from one or more of the following symptoms...

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Emotion management skills | A major challenge for children on the autism spectrum

Emotion management skills | A major challenge for children on the autism spectrum

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“An emotion is defined as anything that a person feels when he or she assesses an event in a specific way. It usually leads to physiological alterations or behaviour changes.

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Strategies To Build Your Learner’s Ability To Understand Semantic Structures

Strategies To Build Your Learner’s Ability To Understand Semantic Structures

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A key objective of semantics is to explore how we understand word meanings and use them appropriately either in individual words or in phrases, sentences, and longer linguistic units.

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Critical Thinking for Children with Developmental Disorders: A Strategy that Works

Critical Thinking for Children with Developmental Disorders: A Strategy that Works

While it is widely recognised that critical thinking skills are extremely important, a lot of therapists, teachers and parents feel that defining and teaching these skills to young children, particularly children with pervasive developmental disorders (PDD), remains an elusive task. 

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7 Key Social Skills to Help Children with Autism Cope with Bullying

7 Key Social Skills to Help Children with Autism Cope with Bullying

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While the phenomenon of school bullying is growing at an alarming rate, numerous studies have demonstrated that children on the autism spectrum face an extremely high risk of being bullied. 

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