New Understanding and Hope for Children on the Autism Spectrum: Based in Brain and Movement Sciences
When we create conditions that help the child's brain perceive differences better, the brain gets new information with which the child can then make sense of herself, of her experiences, and of the world around her. When you do this, you are connecting with your child. She begins to get out of her fog and can begin to connect more with you.
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