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Manifestations of autism
Manifestations of autism. Do you understand autism? When communicating with parents, parents of children with autism often ask Little Bear: “My child hits the wall with his head, he doesn’t seem to hurt at all?” “My family always walks on tiptoes, and always stays in place. Turn around, what’s the matter?” “My family is always picky eaters, just eat those kinds of things!” These problems of parents actually have a lot to do with the children’s abnormal perception.
What is perception? Take the apple as an example, perception + perception = our overall perception of apple. Perception (integration) is like a door for our brain to understand the world. All information must be sorted and recognized in the brain after perception, and finally we can make the correct response.
Manifestations of autism
1. Pain: not afraid of pain, self-harm
In layman’s terms, normal development of pain is a defense line against the system for children, like a siren, reminding this thing is dangerous, don’t touch it. And the “alarm” of autistic children failed. Or, indifferent to pain or discomfort, or even self-stimulation and self-harm. Or, you are very sensitive to the feeling of pain, crying for minor pain.
2. Touch: fear of hugging
Most children with autism are sensitive to touch. If some children don’t like bathing, combing their hair, cutting their hair, etc., some children only like to wear clothes of a certain material, and they will cry when they change clothes of other materials. When socializing, he will refuse to touch others, avoid others’ approach, and refuse physical contact such as hugging and shaking hands.
3. Hearing: make noise, make no name
Abnormal reaction to sound, hypersensitive or dull hearing. Maomao is very afraid of the sound of the hair dryer. She covers her ears or screams in response, but sometimes likes to make sounds. Like listening to music, animals, etc., but not sensitive to the sound of people talking. There are also some children with autism who are very sensitive to timbre and tone discrimination, and can repeat news broadcasts and weather forecasts verbatim.
4. Vision: look at objects, not people
Most children with autism tend to pay attention to objects rather than people. They lack the ability to meet people’s eyes, and like to squint at objects or look at something for a long time, such as the blades of rotating fans, wheels, etc. Even so, most children are very interested in pictures, and some are very sensitive to light and color, and they have an advantage in painting.
5. Taste: picky eaters
Many children with autism have bad eating habits, crying if they don’t want to, which makes parents very headache. Most of them prefer rice, pasta, milk, cold drinks and puffed foods, but do not like meat, aquatic products, vegetables, fruits, etc. Color, shape, and taste are all criteria for their dietary choices. This is related to abnormal taste and smell, and is also a manifestation of stereotyped behavior.
(sourceinternet, reference only)