Bonita Darula

Bonita Darula's Articles
  • Learn What Your Autistic Child Is Doing During Recess
  • I was curious, so I went to a school to observe recess for autistic children. You may have a concern and ask the question, what is your autistic child doing during recess? Learn more
  • Published in Health on 15 Mar 2011
  • Identify Learning Deficits In Autistic Children- Are There Clues?
  • Are there clues that indicate autistic children identify with having learning deficits? Do they seem to struggle to imitate others? When new skills are being introduced, do they avoid spending time with other individuals? Do autistic children have a difficult time making eye contact or understanding facial expressions in other people? Could these be clues for identifying learning deficits in autistic children?
  • Published in Health on 12 Mar 2011
  • Benefit By Having Downtime For Your Autistic Child
  • If you have a child who is autistic, you know how imperative it is to have downtown that will benefit your child and you. How will it benefit your child?
  • Published in Health on 27 Feb 2011
  • Make Communication Picture Cards For Your Autistic Child-- How?
  • Communication for children with autism is one of the major obstacles. Many autistic children have a difficult time to express themselves verbally. Many do not retain or understand the information they receive. Now you can help solve that problem by making communication picture cards for your autistic child. But, how?
  • Published in Health on 22 Feb 2011
  • Integrate Your Autistic Child With Encouragement
  • I have learned from my brother who has his disorder of autism, that he and our family needed to be integrated in our community with encouragement. We had to take steps to accomplish this. Find out how these steps were taken.
  • Published in Health on 19 Feb 2011
  • Have You Thought About How Important Safety Is For Your Autistic Child?
  • Your child who has autism should be taken into consideration for proper safety. The importance of having safety for your autistic child needs to be taken very seriously.
  • Published in Health on 16 Feb 2011
  • Your Autistic Child Can Be Taught Swimming--Is This Possible?
  • I remember when my father took my brother swimming, it was considered to be impossible for a child with autism to learn how to swim. But, was it possible?
  • Published in Health on 08 Feb 2011
  • Have You Heard About Colored Lenses Helping Autistic Children?
  • I recently did some research about bright lights, fluorescent lights and sunlight, that can create problems for some autistic children. I started to read about these colored lens glasses. I had to find out more information and know what they were and what the effect is, by helping autistic children.
  • Published in Health on 04 Feb 2011
  • Make Time To Have a Date With Your Autistic Child -To Enjoy Fun and Play
  • You as parent(s), caregiver(s), might want to consider having a date with your child to enjoy fun and play, which will help improve the social skills for your child.
  • Published in Health on 01 Feb 2011
  • Is Eye Contact Important For Your Autistic Child?
  • If you have a child with autism, you may have noticed that he or she does not make eye contact in the same way other children do, who do not have autism. The question is, how important is it for your autistic child to make eye contact?
  • Published in Health on 30 Jan 2011
  • Are You a Powerful Teacher For Autistic Children?
  • What do you think makes a powerful teacher for autistic children? If you are a teacher for individuals who are autistic, what makes you a powerful one, if you believe you are in that category?
  • Published in Health on 20 Jan 2011
  • Keep Special Occasions Simple For Your Autistic Child-How?
  • As parent(s) and caregiver(s), have you ever thought of how you will make special occasions simple for your child with autism? I have and I know it can be a challenge, but you can keep those special days simple. Find out how?
  • Published in Health on 08 Jan 2011
  • Discover The Different Types of Autism
  • I had to learn many things about the different types of autism, due to the disorder of my brother. I started to do research and discovered some different types of autism, that you can read about in this article.
  • Published in Health on 31 Dec 2010
  • Are You Curious to Find Out What the Signs and Warnings of Autism Are?
  • If you believe your child may have autism and you are curious to find out what the signs and warnings are, this information may be helpful for your child and you. These signs and warnings usually appear when your child is pre-school age.
  • Published in Health on 14 Dec 2010
  • Are You Ready to Teach Your Autistic Child?
  • Your child has autism. Discover what can be done before you are ready to teach your autistic child.
  • Published in Health on 08 Dec 2010
  • Do You Believe Your Child Who Has Autism is Hyperactive?
  • Your child who has autism, is hyperactive. Is this true? One of the symptoms of children with autism is being over stimulated. In other words, hyperactive. This is one of the common symptoms.
  • Published in Health on 23 Nov 2010
  • Is Your Autistic Child a Finicky Vegetable and Fruit Eater?
  • Do you feel frustrated thinking about preparing meals for your whole family and your autistic child at the dinner table? You want to have a balanced meal, but your child is a finicky eater. How can you solve this problem?
  • Published in Health on 16 Nov 2010
  • You Admit You Are Depressed Because You Have an Autistic Child. How do You cope?
  • What is depression? It is defined as "a hollow; being in a low state; a state of sadness: dejection." You admit you are depressed because you have an autistic child. You have every right to own those feelings and admit how you are feeling. How do you cope?
  • Published in Health on 25 Oct 2010
  • Medications Used For Autism-- Is This a Positive or Negative Approach? Find Out
  • There are numerous studies and valid research, that affirm medications used for treating individuals with autism, have a positive approach. There are other statements and research that challenge the use of medications and believe it is a negative approach, in the treatment of autism. How will you make the correct choice?
  • Published in Health on 18 Oct 2010
  • Are You Interested in The Facts About Autism? Find Out?
  • Your interest in finding out the facts about autism, is a positive step. There are many facts about autism. These facts change, as new developments are introduced, from updated information that becomes new facts and will create new interests. How do you find out the facts?
  • Published in Health on 06 Oct 2010
  • Evaluate How Your Emotions Influence Your Child With Autism--- Part Two
  • Having a child with the disorder of autism, often brings about unwanted feelings of emotions. You would prefer to resist and hide these feelings of emotions, rather than to evaluate how your emotions influence your child who is autistic. What can be done to understand these feelings of emotions?
  • Published in Health on 23 Sep 2010
  • Evaluate How Your Emotions Influence Your Child With Autism---Part One
  • If you are parent(s), caregiver(s), who are putting on armor to avoid evaluating how your emotions influence your child with autism, and as such are not aware of the difficult, painful situations, that you are facing, you are keeping your joy blocked. How can you have joy or have it restored?
  • Published in Health on 21 Sep 2010
  • Do You Have too High of Expectations for Your Child With Autism?
  • There are many parent(s), caregiver(s), who have too high expectations for their child with autism. In reality, you must remember, that each person is a separate individual. Your child with autism has a disorder, but he or she should not be put in a position where your expectations of that person is too high. Learn what can be done.
  • Published in Health on 12 Sep 2010
  • Do you Fear a Divorce Because you Have an Autistic Child?
  • It is easy to ignore the emotions you are feeling, when you have been given the news your child is autistic. Due to this fact, it creates many challenges which can bring about the fear of a divorce threatening in any marriage. What can be done?
  • Published in Health on 07 Sep 2010
  • Is it Difficult to Keep on Going When you Have an Autistic Child?
  • It may be difficult at times for you to keep on going when your child is autistic. By accepting the distressing times, does not take any effort. It is easy to focus on the adverse times, or what you think is bad regarding your child with autism. It becomes frustrating and it may be a challenge to separate, how do you keep on going with your autistic child?
  • Published in Health on 04 Sep 2010
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