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He needs to know what will take place instead of the usual arrangements and that someone will be available should he require help. He needs to rehearse – either physically or in his head – the sequence of the day’s events. Visual support will also be necessary to help him establish his position in the order of change. Obviously some changes occur without notice. A bus taking the children swimming may break down, resulting in the children having to travel on a double-decker bus rather than a single decker.
Say why you are doing it and what he may miss if he does not look. If eye contact is not possible, the child might respond to looking at the lips. See games and activities to improve non-verbal awareness in Section 2. Use LDA cards or similar to help develop awareness of people’s expressions. Use computer programs (one is available from the National Autistic Society) and a digital camera to develop awareness of facial expressions. Use role play, mime and drama to help develop awareness. 41 Autistic Spectrum Disorders Non-verbal 3 Tone of voice The tone of voice a speaker uses conveys a great deal about him and his attitude to the message and the listener.
Areas of difficulty Thinking 4 Mind reading Babies do not see others as separate from themselves – one crying baby can set off all the babies in a nursery. They have no sense of boundaries. As toddlers they discover that people have separate bodies but they have yet to learn that others have thoughts and feelings separate from their own. The next step is to understand that others have separate emotions. It takes until they are about six years old before children understand that other people have separate thoughts of their own.