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Autism helps your child: information talk skills

2019-06-13 Health No comment

Do you have a child who can't comment in his words, or don't he say what he wants? Information conversation is a simple treatment technique that may help your child speak.

Sometimes he will pay attention to things around him. Sometimes he seems to look far. Sometimes, he cries out loud and makes you feel depressed because you don't seem to know what he wants. Sometimes he seems to want to say something, but you don't know how to let him say it. This may be a treatment technique that can help your child use his words.

What is Info Talk?

In short, this is a treatment technique that encourages parents and caregivers to talk to their children about every possible opportunity. This means we will comment on our daily environment to help him discover the purpose and power of his speech. The trick here is to know what and how to say so that you can encourage your child to speak.

When should you do Info Talk?

At all possible times! It is best to use it during our daily activities, such as brushing, washing hands, playing or watching TV. It is also an ideal way to use when you are traveling.

What should you do with Info Talk?

this is very simple. Comment on your everyday environment while doing daily activities. It can do anything from what he is doing to what he holds, plays, or what he sees outside. This is an example of a situation.

Mark is a 2-year-old boy diagnosed with autism. He doesn't know what to say. He uses vocalizations such as "aaaa" and "eee", but when he says it, they don't seem to make any sense. Sometimes he focuses on the object, but he turns his gaze to something far away. So when washing your hands:

Mark: Aaaaa.

Mother: Yes, Mark is washing his hands. Wash your hands. Mark washes his hands.

Mark: (touching soap)

Mother: Mark is holding soap. Yes, Mark will wash with soap.

Mark: (while flushing) Aaaaa.

Mother: Mark is washing his hands with water. splash! splash! splash!

Mark: A! One! One!

Mom: Splash! splash! splash! A good try!

see? this is very simple! By doing this, you will help your child increase his/her vocabulary.

What should you remember?

1. Use simple words. It is important to use early words when talking to children who are still learning to talk. You can just say "television" instead of "television." For example, "cleaning" is more desirable than "rinsing."

2. Use melody tones when speaking. When speaking, use a slightly animated tone, similar to the tone used in children's TV shows. This helps your child pay more attention to your presentation, rather than saying that they have the same loudness and tone.

While every child has their own growth and learning speed, consistent use of Info Talk technology can increase your child's chances of being encouraged to speak.

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