Autism Corner: How to Help Your Student with ASD Tell You About Their Day
[Source: Autism Classroom]
Ever asked one of your students about what they did at home last weekend and got a blank stare? Ever asked your own child with ASD about what happened at school? More interestingly, have you ever gotten an answer to those questions but then not been sure if it was accurate? Even our highly verbal kids have a hard time communicating about experiences. That include telling you about their trip to Disney, a fight they had with someone, or a field trip they took. Or it could be as simple as talking about what they had for lunch today. Some look at you with a blank stare and others tell you something but you either don’t know if it’s true or not (or sometimes you still don’t know what happened).
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