How Your Child Tries to Make Sense of the Real World

In trying to understand how the world works, children on the autism spectrum attempt to make sense of the parent’s explanations, but sometimes are not able to fully - or even partially - grasp what the parent is trying to convey. As a result, the parent’s effort at intervening or providing instruction may fall short. Kid’s on the spectrum can only fully understand things for which they have a frame of reference (i.e., a picture or idea from other sources).

Here are the strategies your Asperger’s of High-Functioning Autistic child uses in an attempt to understand the real world:



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