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International Motivational Speaker, Podcast guest and host, Entrepreneur, Podcast coach, Educational writer, Blogger, Educator and trainer for businesses on employment and autism.

Understanding Autism: Controlling chaos with structure

Sam Mitchell | TEDxYouth@Bloomington

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Autism Facts

  • In 2020, autism now affects 1 in 54 children.
  • Usually, an individual who has autism, has another disorder.
  • It is proven that using social stories with an individual with autism can be helpful, especially for a younger child.
  • Providing occupational, speech, or cognitive behavior therapy at an early age for someone who is autistic has proven to be helpful in the long run.
  • COVID19 affected those with a mental illness in a drastic and often, negative way. Routines for those with autism were interrupted and this caused more meltdowns, anxiety, and anticipation.
  • A temper tantrum and an autistic meltdown are very different. A tantrum can usually be controlled by the individual and a meltdown is harder or sometimes impossible to control for the individual because of a sensory overload in the brain.
  • National Autism Association, Social Stories and Comic Strip Conversations with Students with Asperger Syndrome and High Functioning Autism article, Autism Speaks, The Son-Rise Program for Autism

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