SAY BYE BYE TO AUTISM .............. :)

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Shikha2 2019-09-25 12:22:30

 

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yaadu 2019-10-19 17:54:21

 

Dear Admin, kindly add tis number 9444908117 in the wattsup group.need help for my daughter. Thanks in advance.
 

kimvyas 2019-11-19 15:29:27

 

god bless ur son n my daughter 3 year so give me some tips n info c is mild autism n want to ur home plan about speech so plz share it
 


Apoorva123 2020-01-27 23:33:06

 

Hi , my name is apoorva , my 2 year old has been recently diagnosed with autism , he has many sensory issues.. we live in usa ,I just want to know can occupational therapy be started immediately or will there be any waiting time here in usa .. pls help 
 

san4 2020-02-07 23:11:24

 

Hi, my son has mild autism and he is 4 years old, could you plz suggest medicine or doctor ??
 

Apoorva123 2020-02-08 01:06:37

 

Wer r u from
 

prouddaddy05 2020-02-12 17:45:03

 

Hi 

My son is recently diagnosed with Autism.. Could you please let me know the treatment you have given..
it would be really helpful for my son


regards
yogesh 
rsyogesh@gmail.com
 


san4 2020-02-12 20:49:39

 

I m from Ahmedabad
 

Deepamomy 2020-02-12 22:40:55

 

Kindly add my number too 9567073444. I have a 5 year old boy and adhd  with spectrum. I need help 
 

1122s 2020-02-17 16:14:01

 

Hi. Please help me to know how to cure autism
 

Yash13 2020-03-08 12:58:48

 

Hi, good to know. I also believe and look to improve my 5 yr old son's eye contact. Any effect ful strategies are welcome and appreciated. Also any strategies to make him interested in people rather than objects..
 

childdoc 2020-05-26 10:22:26

 

Yes there are. Detail me with his age and development
 

childdoc 2020-05-26 10:25:24

 

Often at this age it's more of spectrum than ADHD.it means that your child may have issues related to communicating and social behavior affecting his learning and schooling. Did he have speech delay? Usually hyperkinetism or hyperactivity related to autism is best tackled by risperidone which you Dr may have started. Don't stop it on Ur own. It helps get therapy regulated. For any learning to occur, child should sit at one place , look into ur eyes and follow your commands... Tell your specialist to work on all three of these with a target of max 100 days
 

Autism1mom 2020-05-26 15:38:51

 

Parents of children diagnosed with autism please don't fall to any cure for your kids please join parent support groups there u will know various ways and methods and therapies your kids need ,u can put up ur queries,u can empower yourself to be the best therapist of your own child ,you can ask for feedback of good and bad therapist,I am posting links of few parent support groups please join and empower yourself ,you are not alone we are a big community On telegram https://t.me/joinchat/FbSMnw9fq8V_Nt9KWKuWuA Then one more is asd awareness group https://t.me/joinchat/AAAAAEFFYofph4clS5BIyQ Then https://t.me/joinchat/MARbD1JHhjeweTcfqBYuAQ Then on what's app https://chat.whatsapp.com/LhLyMwvb1wCEl6YYXD35Mc Also you can go to website of nayi disha and register your details they provide a lot of free webinar from experts all over India and help to parents here is link www.nayi-disha.org
 

childdoc 2020-05-26 15:55:03

 

First step sitting at one place Second eye contact Third concentration Fourth response to commands Fifth speech therapy
 

childdoc 2020-05-26 15:56:20

 

What dose cogniacre u started for what age? What goals did u keep?
 

childdoc 2020-05-26 20:09:00

 

There is no magical cure for autism but a disciplined goal directed approach give u definite outcomes. Always remember if a plan of therapy doesn't show a change in Tu child in 3 months, Ur therapist or doctor needs to change the plan and if in six months ur specialist had failed to show any change... Remember u need to change the specialist. But if u seen any change u feel significant, u need to bank on it to build further steps. I will recommend a book by Sally and Roger. Free download https://www.pdfdrive.com/an-early-start-for-your-child-with-autism-using-everyday-activities-to-help-kids-connect-communicate-and-learn-e186174318.html Also there is paid book available https://www.guilford.com/books/An-Early-Start-for-Your-Child-with-Autism/Rogers-Dawson-Vismara/9781609184704?utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=share-widget&utm_source=whatsapp Hi. Can u plz get this book soft copy for me?
 

childdoc 2020-05-26 20:12:39

 

To make a child speak meaningful we need to make the child communicate. For this three imp steps are essential Child should look at you Listen to u And sit at one place All these above initiation and regulation, a long time may be needed with therapy. Pharmacotherapy helps cut short duration of same and help build milestones of communication. Steps of speechdevelopment in a child, now u may guess where ur baby is stuck or how much is the delay in ur kid.... Underestimating the delay, will .ake the child disabled for further learning. The stages proposed by Vihman (1996) (note that the ages given are approximate). 1. In the first stage (reflexive vocalization, from 0 to 2 months), the sounds produced by infants include sounds expressing discomfort (e.g., crying), vegetative sounds (e.g., burping), and sounds related to physical activity (e.g., grunts). 2.The second stage (cooing and laughter, from 2 to 4 months) is characterized by the appearance of comfort sounds, which normally occur when other people smile and talk. 3. The third stage (, from 4 to 7 months) is characterized by vocal play sounds (e.g., squeals), which are made possible by the maturation and better control of articulation. This stage also sees the beginning of primitive babbling, with sounds starting to resemble consonants and vowels. The final stage (from 7 months on) comprises two parallel substages. In the reduplicated/canonical babbling substage, starting from 7 months of age, infants repeat speech syllables (e.g., da-da-da). In the variegated babbling substage, infants produce combinations of syllables (e.g., ka-da-bu-da). This second substage increasingly dominates the first substage over time. Once vocalisation is started, further 1.joining consonants 2.framing words 3.actiom words 4.two word sentences 5.longer sentences, rhymes 6.stories 7. Long stories 8. Grammer, composition 9. Essays 10.abstracts, comprehensions 11.skimming and advanced learning #DrSK
 

 

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