Nonverbal Autism Tips For The Season

My middle son Jaiden is now 14 with epilepsy, level 3 autism and an intellectual disability. He is nonverbal and has pica which is eating non edible food items on the daily. When I say nonverbal, for Jaiden this means he is unable to have back and forth conversation, has what’s called echolalia where he repeats words and phrases and also has a tendency to scream high pitch screams most days.

Jaiden doesn’t speak in sentences of more than 3 words. When he does speak in sentences, it is random sentences out of the blue when he is extremely excited and that happens about 3-4 times a year. The way that we communicate with him through out our days and how over the years we have built a relationship with him is through several different ways.

  • Find out what your child likes
  • Be straightforward with your language
  • Remove overwhelming stimuli
  • Use nonverbal communication like the picture exchange system, sign language, iPad with communication apps

These are some things that I have used with Jaiden over the years and I hope some of these things fe you will research for yourself and child to see what fits for you.

For more on this topic please listen to the latest podcast!

Just recently I had a great conversation with Sam Huber a man with autism who is married with a family of his own. He has a wonderful heart for the autism community please check him out on YouTube👇🏼

https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCn88hCReMI1_ubtRtmpnBQQ

“No one should seek their own good, but the good of others.”‭‭1 Corinthians‬ ‭10:24‬ ‭

Listening to: Christmas music

Latest podcast: To listen to the podcast click down here👇🏼

https://anchor.fm/molisfam

Get Maritza’s Books Autism in Our Home and The Autism Stress Less Guide on Amazon and Barnes and Noble Now!! Putting God first when parenting your child with autism is the best thing you can do for your family! I want to help you to get your mind right and point you to the right resources. My second book is a small booklet and out on Amazon now!! Autism in Our Home: The Making of a Bittersweet Family https://www.amazon.com/author/maritzamoliswww.bn.com/s/9781642993400

Autism Stress Less Guide Booklet: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08NTZ4XW9/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_awdb_t1_m18TFb7282ZSV

If you wanna go much deeper than the blogs and podcasts are giving you then make sure you go to www.strategies2cope.com and I can go one on one with you. I can give you a free 10 min consultation to see if I am the right fit for you so just go to strategies2cope.com and send me a message!

Check out my husband👉🏼Kevin on his YouTube page for more tips!https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClCgg1lNqI3cmeE4fBHFjvw

http://bksnfr.me/Maritza_A._Molis

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