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Re: [autism-3] Information

From: Joe O
Sent on: Tuesday, October 9, 2012 11:41 AM
color coding and images associations are key to success for some if not most spectrumites.

working with set child, having the child come up with color coordination and image associations to set subjects and responsibilities will help trigger set ideas in the spectrumite's mind.Giving associations will bring an easier to things in which seems hard for set child to comprehend.  If it is responsibilities around the house, or learning a foreign language (even English seems foreign for spectrumites, despite it being the primary language), history, memorization, etc.  When the child sees a Red firetruck, he/she will realize, "Time to clean up the bathroom"  or whatever the association to clean the bathroom is.

For instance, I was able to grasp math so easily, that by 6th grade, they said I should be in college (second year college, if not further), but Language and History, I was barely could compete with second graders.  This was the fact that naturally, I was able to see colors and images with math, but wasn't able to relate in language and history until a few years later when I realized that this is how I saw the world (by colors and images).

Hope this helps.
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Joe
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On Tue, Oct 9, 2012 at 11:35 AM, Connie Needler <[address removed]> wrote:
We have done this for years and it is very helpful!! My son is 15 and still has list, it helps him function on his own here at home.


From: Kandi Nicole Randolph <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: Tuesday, October 9,[masked]:18 AM
Subject: Re: [autism-3] Information

maybe u could help him remembering to do the things he needs to do for instence, u could have him write down neatly a list of things he have to do and post it on a door or whatever he going to see the list so he well not foget or u can also tape the list on his school disk so that will let him know all the time what he needs to do .
i hope u will  understand what im coming frrom.

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From: rp <[address removed]>
Subject: Re: [autism-3] Information
To: [address removed]
Date: Tuesday, October 9, 2012, 11:00 AM

Hi
 
I need some helpful information to my aspie kid adjust in elementary school.
He is in REACH program, but his organization skills is a big issue.
He finishes all his work sheets but not turning it in, his Teacher says he has to learn his consequences for not turnning in the assignment - this affects his grade and also he forgets to bring home work sheets.
Do you guys have any suggestions that we can do help him, he also have resource teacher comes to help him in the end of the school but thats not working fine.
 
Thanks
OP




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