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This refers to the guidelines and principles basing on which the autistic children provide education with a special emphasis on behaviorism. Classical Behaviorism includes that of learning individuals required display properly concept, in a manner sufficient, and providing reinforcers. In other word, Scientists have mentioned that people with autism could learn better if there is a proper and repeated presentation of well organized demand with incentives when an intended behavior becomes apparent (Education and autism, n.d.). Under ABA, a psychotherapist could offer Discrete Trial Training that involves an action oriented request, reaction from the autism affected children and a therapist’s reaction. Counseling when offered through this method plays a vital role in positively supporting the behavior shaping and instructing novel behaviors.
(CDC&P, 2010). With early intervention and treatment, this child’s development will be greatly improved. Since the life of an Autistic child’s parent is always busy, they can use as much help and information as they can get. A life coach would be able to help this parent organize their busy schedule, which would help to better handle everything that an Autistic child needs to improve their development. By defining a course of treatment, establishing a schedule, and looking into the long-term results of early intervention, an Autistic child’s parents will be more likely to help the child’s development.
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