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Difficulty in developing appropriate conversation skills is often a part of the greater social communication and interaction problems that children with ASD experience. Nevertheless, these are skills which can be improved – to some extent at least. Strategies ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Engineer situations in which the child has to approach others because you have created a need for him to do so, such as giving a message to another child or finding out some information. Model and guide to ensure it is done appropriately.
27 Autistic Spectrum Disorders Attention 3 Staying on task Many children – not just those with ASD – have difficulties staying on task. Their attention span may be short in comparison with others of the same age. They appear not to be able to remember for long what they are supposed to be doing. Some children who have difficulty staying on task may also be hyperactive, as in those with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Others may be able to stay on a task of their own choosing but have difficulty with a teacherdirected task, perhaps because they find it too challenging, not interesting, not relevant, not their own agenda or they are unable to do it on their own terms.
Encourage him to think of the ‘wh’ words when he is talking to others. They need to know when, where, who and what he is talking about. Ask him to reflect on what has not been said when misunderstandings occur. Help him to understand that others have different points of view dependent on what they know and have learned from their experience. For example, another child may not have the same depth of knowledge of the solar system/computers/battles, for example, so will require more information in order to be able to fully understand.