Autism : teach your autistic children hygiene skills to help them live a clean, healthy and happy life
By: Perez, Nancy.[United States of America] : [CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform], 2016Description: 42 pages : 23 cm.Subject(s): AUTISM | CHILDREN | PERSONAL HYGIENE | ORAL HYGIENE | SHOWERING | TOILET TRAINING | CHANGING CLOTHES | PARENT GUIDES
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Introduction. - Hygiene problems your autistic child may face. - Teaching your autistic child to use the toilet. - Teaching your autistic child oral hygiene. - Teaching your autistic child to take a shower. - Other hygiene tips for your autistic child. - Getting your autistic child to change clothes. - Getting your autistic child a haircut. - Conclusion.
"This book will show you the most common hygiene problems that autistic children face. And provide practical solutions that you as a parent can implement to teach personal hygiene to your autistic child in a simple and effective way. The key is to take matters slowly. Introduce personal hygiene lessons to your children in steps that they can manage. Describe each step to them. Help them remember by providing visual aids. Proper personal hygiene starts at home. Parents play an important role in making sure their autistic child knows basic, important personal hygiene. They can be the perfect role models for their child by doing and showing their child how they do good personal hygiene habits. Autistic children mimic what they see. If they see their parents regularly showering, brushing teeth, and washing hands, they'll learn these habits fast and easy. Most importantly, they'll learn that hygiene is important."