Why Autistic kids love You-Tube & Minecraft
Children with Autism learn and understand the world around them by processing information visually. We all benefit from a clear diagram, especially when putting together Ikea furniture! Autistic people benefit from visual explanations for most daily activities.
Verbal instructions are tricky for ASD children.
Verbal instructions for someone with Autism is similar to being given Ikea furniture without the instruction manual. Imagine a pile of screws and bits of plywood in a pile…that’s how someone with Autism feels when an auditory instruction is given. It seems almost impossible!
Why Autistic kids love watching You-Tube Videos
ASD kids love YouTube videos because they learn by viewing visual content. They find watching online videos about a wide variety of topics a calming and rewarding experience. People with Autism Spectrum Disorder have overcome their intellectual processing difficulties by improving their understanding of daily life events depicted on YouTube.
Do you remember how frustrating losing the Ikea manual was? Autistic kids feel the same frustration all the time.
Strange but true. Do you remember when you drove back to Ikea when you lost the manual? Well ASD kids are just as motivated because they don’t understand the amazing world around them without visually learning about it.
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- Our professional, multidisciplinary team specialise in assisting children and teenagers with learning difficulties and neurodevelopmental disorders by providing assessment, intervention, and treatment.
- In Early Childhood, parents seek our awarding winning Autism Assessment process for our accurate, quality ASD diagnosis.
- In primary school aged students teachers and parents seek our expert Autism advice and knowledge.
- Our caring team provide professional support and useful information for people with a disability.
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