Early Intervention for Autistic Families – Parents

Parents are irreplaceable leaders in the process of growing up. For example, parents can master an effective whole-home training and build a solid foundation for their rehabilitation. At the same time, parents are not able to imagine the pressure to teach their children. Therefore, it is important to help parents share experiences and support each other and learn to manage their emotions in life.

A. Louis Program Home Training Course

For a child’s growth, the role played by the parents is very important. Parents’ expectations, requirements, educational methods, and educational attitudes directly affect their growth. Children with autism are no exception, even more important than normal children. Because autistic children themselves can’t distinguish between right and wrong, without their own initiative and thoughts, it can be said that each of their actions is influenced and influenced by the parents. Therefore, the educational mentality of parents of autistic children determines the future direction of autistic children. So hard work is an important element for parents to train their children at home for a long time.

Lesson 1: Why should I try hard?
Lesson 2: Behavioral Transformation Listening Instructions
Lesson 3: Helping children understand communication
Lesson 4: Teaching children to take care of themselves
Lesson 5: Focus and small muscle training
Lesson 6: Cognition and Intelligence Cultivation
Lesson 7: Practice of Individual Teaching
Lesson 8: Step-by-step learning and socializing

B. Parent group emotional counseling

During the child’s growth, the child needs the patient’s patience to lead and learn in different areas. Parents also need to follow the steps and teach them with enthusiasm. Therefore, both parents and children need to understand and learn how to manage emotions.

Healthy Emotions

Emotions are omnipresent. They can be seen from facial expressions, behaviors, and attitudes. They can also explore their inner feelings through artistic creation. Frequently aware of your thoughts, behaviors, perceptions, needs and feelings, you can have an understanding of your emotional state.

 

Accept your emotions

Emotions are not right or wrong. Even emotions that make us uncomfortable (such as anger, sadness, worry, and anxiety) reflect our thoughts, expectations, and needs. If we can accept our emotions, we can begin to understand emotions. The reason behind it, and the deep desire in the heart, then take the appropriate method to express and respond.

 

Use appropriate methods to express and guide emotions

There is no absolute solution to emotions. Any negative emotions need appropriate expression or guidance, rather than repression, negation, or arbitrary, indulgent venting. You can use creative art to explore and express your emotions.