Introductory awareness of autistic spectrum conditions.
1. All people with autism share similar difficulties however there condition will affect them in different ways. Some people with autism may live relatively normal lives were some people may need assistance with their learning disabilities. People with autism may experience some sensitivity to noise or sounds ( when talking to someone with autism your volume may seem a lot louder as if you were shouting at them.) they may experience oversensitivity or under sensitivity of touch, smells , tastes or light. 2. Some people with autism may have difficulties with both verbal and nonverbal communication or may not speak at all (very little). They may use sign language or makaton of their way of communicating with others which not all people are familiar with. People with autism can sometimes find it hard to understand peoples feeling and emotions and expressing their own which can make it hard for them to fit in socially. 3. A person with autism may have problems with completing some activities as they may have difficulties with interacting with others socially or may need adapted equipment which may not be available which restricts them when participating. Outcome2
1. Each individual has their own care plan which identifies their preference, strengths weaknesses and abilities as they all vary within the individual. This helps us to offer the correct level of support to each trainee. 2. People with autism have different strengths and symptoms some may be able to interact with their peers were as others may have no social interaction. 3. Asperger syndrome is associated with autism; many people with autism may have seizures. 4. Sensory difficulties could be communication (not have the ability to communicate.) Eye contact ( always to be avoided)
1. People with autism can become anxious if their routine has changed or been interrupted it is important to them to...
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