By Laurie Leventhal-Belfer
This landmark publication makes a speciality of how AS provides in pre-school childrens. an important advisor for folks coming to phrases with their child's AS analysis and for the pros who paintings with this age workforce, it's exact in answering urgent questions particular to more youthful young children.
How can mom and dad support their AS baby to improve speech and language? What assistance is on hand in class and residential? while, if in any respect, may still a toddler learn approximately AS? together with an invaluable precis of early youth improvement phases, Leventhal-Belfer and Coe supply a diagnostic version in line with overview of the kid unlike 'neurotypical' little ones, contemplating relationships at domestic, in class or in care. Their booklet indicates how one can improve adapted early intervention suggestions and to help mom and dad, lecturers and psychological wellbeing and fitness execs in making knowledgeable judgements to nurture the improvement of AS teenagers.
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When they do engage in symbolic play it often is at a much younger developmental level, such as stirring a spoon in a bowl to make a desert or feeding a baby doll (Riquet et al. 1981; Sigman and Ungerer 1984; Wing et al. 1977). They do not incorporate the roles of the different family members as one typically sees played out in the house corner of the classroom. THE WORLD OF THE YOUNG CHILD WITH ASPERGER’S SYNDROME 45 Different aspects of the child’s development may influence his difficulty in engaging in symbolic play with peers at various times.
He enjoys Steve joining him in play but he doesn’t incorporate or respond to any of Steve’s ideas. If you were to return to observe Max in the park on a different day, you would likely see him still playing the same pirate game or examining ants. Max is an example of a young child with Asperger’s Syndrome who has a narrow range of interests and a wealth of knowledge about these interests (ants and ships), poor communication skills with his peers, and difficulty regulating his feelings. He exemplifies how subtle and at times confusing the difficulties for a young child with Asperger’s Syndrome may seem.
G. during recess, birthday parties) can be confusing and anxiety provoking because of the child’s rigidity and need for structure. Highly charged emotional situations are also disorganizing for children with Asperger’s Syndrome. They can’t accurately read and discern the feelings of others and are easily frightened by the strong emotions directed towards them. Some parents feel that their child does better in an unstructured setting where he can do as he pleases. This may be true as long as the environment isn’t chaotic and physically overwhelming.
Asperger Syndrome in Young Children: A Developmental Approach for Parents and Professionals by Laurie Leventhal-Belfer