Bonita Darula

Bonita Darula's Articles
  • How Do You Control Compulsive Snack Eating?
  • I attended a birthday party for a friend of mine, who has an autistic child. I observed how the child was a compulsive snack individual, who was eating unhealthy foods. In addition, he was eating the snacks in tremendous amounts. I became concerned.
  • Published in Health on 08 May 2012
  • How Can Your Autistic Child Improve With Handwriting?
  • Children with autism may find it difficult to focus, concentrate on teaching method's or learning new skills. One of the difficulties for many individuals with autism, is their handwriting. How can he or she improve their handwriting?
  • Published in Health on 28 Apr 2012
  • Should You Expect Your Autistic Child to Do Chores?
  • I have met with parent(s), caregiver(s), and many of them do not expect their children to do chores. This had me puzzled.
  • Published in Health on 22 Apr 2012
  • Why Is Eye Contact A Puzzle Among Autistic Children?
  • The ability to make eye contact among autistic children seems to have created a puzzle with a challenge. This puzzle has not yet been resolved or put together, at the present time. This is one of the common symptoms that occurs with the disorder of autism.
  • Published in Health on 22 Feb 2012
  • How Can You Help Your Autistic Child Create Friendships?
  • Friends are important to people. Having friends and creating friends for your autistic child could be challenging. How will you be able to accept this challenge and help your child who has the disorder of autism, create friendships?
  • Published in Health on 20 Jan 2012
  • Do Children With Autism Have Other Disorders -Which Are Related? Find Out
  • Have you ever thought because your child has autism, he or she could have other disorders or difficulties which are related? How would you know if your child is suffering from some other difficulty or disorder? That is an excellent question. Let us find out, if there are some hints or clues, that may be combined or related to autism.
  • Published in Health on 11 Jan 2012
  • Your Autistic Child Needs a Prepared Future-Do You Have One?
  • If you are parent(s), who have a child with the disorder of autism, you probably have concerns about what the future will hold for your child. Are you prepared for his or her future?
  • Published in Health on 04 Jan 2012
  • Fear and Anxiety In Your Autistic Child-How Can You Decrease It?
  • Fear creates anxiety. If you are parent(s), or caregiver(s), for an autistic child, you will understand that fear and anxiety probably seems to be a regular part of your daily life, with your child. The question you are asking yourself, is, how can you decrease fear and anxiety for your child?
  • Published in Health on 08 Dec 2011
  • 12 Easy Tips To Celebrate The Holidays With Your Autistic Child
  • The holidays are usually full of excitement and fun. You anticipate sharing them with family, friends and relatives. If your child has autism, you may dread thinking of going or participating in celebrating any kind of holidays. There are some tips that will help you celebrate your holidays and make it easy for you to enjoy them.
  • Published in Health on 28 Nov 2011
  • Can You Improve Your Conversation Skills With Your Autistic Child?
  • Every child with the disorder of autism has varying degrees of communication skills. Do you want to improve the conversation skills for your child who has the disorder of autism? If you do, how can it be accomplished?
  • Published in Health on 15 Nov 2011
  • How Can Your Life Improve At Home With An Autistic Child?
  • I am almost positive your life at home can be extremely draining and frustrating, living with an autistic individual. How can you change and improve this? One way for you to improve your life at home is, keep your family strong.
  • Published in Health on 21 Oct 2011
  • Do Children With Autism Have Varying Degrees With Their Senses?
  • I want to learn out of curiosity, if children with autism have varying degrees with their senses. How would I determine the answer to my curiosity? Can it be done with all of the five senses that we have, for it to be accomplished?
  • Published in Health on 29 Sep 2011
  • I Am Autistic-What Can I Tell My New Teacher About Myself?
  • Today, I went to school. It was my first day at a new school, a new neighborhood, new faces, and new learning challenges, that are not familiar to me. I want to tell my new teacher about myself because I am autistic. How can I explain how I feel?
  • Published in Health on 28 Aug 2011
  • Are New Faces a Struggle For Autistic Children?
  • Socialization skills are a challenge for autistic children. In addition, what about recognizing new faces? Are autistic children considered to be shy if they do not recognize a face, or do they find it a struggle to know who the faces are? If this is true, why?
  • Published in Health on 17 Aug 2011
  • Is There an Updated Approach For Helping Autistic Children That Is Simple?
  • I have learned the best way in helping autistic children is to keep it simple. By keeping it simple, it creates an updated approach. How is this accomplished?
  • Published in Health on 13 Jul 2011
  • Your Child Has Autism-How Do You Explain It to Your Family, Friends and Strangers?
  • Have you ever been embarrassed or did not know how to explain to your family, friends, and strangers that your child has autism? Many people do not know what autism is. Therefore, before explaining what autism is, learn about it, what it means and be updated as to what your child is experiencing.
  • Published in Health on 28 Jun 2011
  • Are You Doubting Your Autistic Child Can Hear, Understand, and Communicate With You?
  • I found myself shouting at my brother who is autistic, because I had my doubts he could not hear, understand, or communicate with me, when I was speaking to him.
  • Published in Health on 21 Jun 2011
  • Do You Have an Inkling or Suspicion Your Child Has Autism?
  • The powerful question is, do you have an inkling or suspicion your child has autism? If you are thinking or feeling suspicious your child could have autism, do as much research as you can to learn about the disorder of autism and gain knowledge. What should you know?
  • Published in Health on 12 Jun 2011
  • Meltdowns And Tantrums Can They Be Dealt With? Find Out
  • You are in the grocery store making a purchase and suddenly your child who has autism, displays the loudest tantrum you ever heard. There you stand in shock and with embarrassment from this outburst. Your child needs a meltdown. But how?
  • Published in Health on 08 Jun 2011
  • Could Early Signs Of Autism Be An Indicator Of Playing With Unusual Toys?
  • What are unusual toys? I believe unusual toys are toys that are abnormal, unconventional or anything out-of-the-ordinary. These are toys your child is willing to use and play with as he or she chooses, because they think it is a toy. But is it a toy? Is it an indicator of signs of autism?
  • Published in Health on 28 May 2011
  • How Do You Strengthen Your Family Relationships When Autism Is Present?
  • If you have a member in your family who is autistic, it can affect your relationships within the family. How do you maintain a healthy relationship with a married couple and other family members when autism is present?
  • Published in Health on 24 May 2011
  • Does Your Autistic Child Have Defiant Behavior?
  • There are many days I am sure you have had frustration, especially if you try to manage an autistic person, with a defiant behavior. I did not know what that term defiant behavior meant? I thought it was a child or person who was out of control and was not listening to instructions. I discovered what it meant.
  • Published in Health on 18 May 2011
  • Do Autistic People Make Rational Decisions? Find Out
  • I recently did some research on autistic people to gather information on making decisions, compared to people who do not have the disorder of autism. As I was doing my research I began to understand that studies have indicated, people who have autism seem to make more rational decisions than the people who do not have autism. Is this true?
  • Published in Health on 06 May 2011
  • Mistakes You Make Talking To Parents By Giving Unwanted Advice For Their Autistic Children
  • I felt my brother who had autism, was being the center of attack from family, friends, relatives, who were giving unwanted advice to my parents. Many mistakes were made talking to my parents about unwanted advice that was not necessary. What can be done to correct these mistakes?
  • Published in Health on 22 Apr 2011
  • Benefits of Sound Treatment to Help Autistic Children - How Does It Work?
  • I was visiting at a home of a friend of mine, who has an autistic child. I noticed he was listening to various sounds of treatment, that was music. I saw that he became more calm, relaxed, less stressful. I was curious and I had to know, what these sound treatments were and why it was making a difference in her child?
  • Published in Health on 30 Mar 2011
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