Best Speech Therapy Centre in Hulimavu, CAPAAR
Statistics reveal that nearly 1/3rd of the children who have been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder are categorized as non-verbal or minimally verbal. However few of those children do manage to speak, however when they are supposed to engage in a longer or an important conversation, that ability of managing to speak a few words may not entirely help them there.
Here are some the Tips for Non Verbal Children are suggested by doctors at Best Speech Therapy Centre in Hulimavu, CAPAAR.
Some very useful tips to help your non-verbal child to speak:
- Encourage good habits that lead to better social interaction
This can be done through a variety of games and interesting playful activities like singing of nursery rhymes by placing yourself close to the child with good eye contact and making it easy for him to be heard easily as well.
- Imitating your child’s actions
This encourages interaction in the sense it shows your involvement and connects in the good actions the child is engaging into.
- Help developing means of Non-verbal communication
Deploying easy to use gestures and eye contact can lay foundation for building language skills in your child. When voice coupled by gestures is used the communication becomes more effective.
- Exercise patience
Ensure you exercise lot of patience especially when your child is trying to answer your questions but there is a delay. Be a good observer and spot the effort coming from the child to respond to you.
- Understand your child’s areas of interest well
When you follow your Childs words instead of interrupting it when he speaks you can help them gradually grasp the elements of vocabulary.
- Maintain a simple form of language
This helps in two ways. One is he can easily pick up what you are trying to say and secondly getting familiar to your speech becomes easier for him.
- Use of devices for skill development
When the learning becomes interactive with options like those apps with pictures which produce a sound when touched etc.
Dyslexia | Learning Disability | Behavior Therapy | Autism Treatment
Dyslexia is a learning disorder in which children face difficulty reading due to issues in identification of speech sounds and in the process of learning on how they relate to letters and words. These difficulties faced by children with dyslexia can be seen from the early childhood itself. In simple words it is inability of the child to grasp the relationship between words, spellings, and related sounds.
CAPAAR the Best Speech Therapy Centre in Hulimavu have combined and listed few major challenges faced by the Autism child which need not necessarily common every child with Dyslexia:
- They are perfect when you talk to them with no hint of any disorder but when but when they try to read or spell words that becomes challenging which may extend to understanding numbers too.
- When it comes to creativity they can be even ahead of their peers in the activities like drama, drawing and art related subjects or even swimming and athletics. However they strangely lag behind when it comes to academic performance.
- The incorrect alignment of neural links in their brain creates lot of difficulty in dealing with text and numbers.
- They may mis-spell letters or misplace them when they pronounce like swapping “d” with “b” which in turn leads to the spelling of the whole word going wrong or wrong pronouncement.
- Having poor sense or awareness of writing direction like being unaware whether they are writing right to left or left to right.
- Due to challenges in understanding sequencing and ordering these children find it really difficult to solve numerical problems
- Challenges in keeping themselves organized and presentable like getting dressed by themselves nicely are really difficult to expect.
- When it comes to instructions specially something which has few steps to follow in it, they find it hard to follow and comprehend the same.
For more information regarding to the Non Verbal Child Speak, and early intervention, please contact Best Speech Therapy Centre in Hulimavu, Bangalore at CAPAAR Center.
We put emphasis on acquiring new and appropriate behaviors, while we also working on helping the child to achieve to Non Verbal Skills through evidence based therapy practices.