Autism – home intervention Pаrt 3

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25 Responses to “Autism – home intervention Part 3”
  1. Falconhawk123 says:

    More people need to use this technique with kids with autism

  2. iraqikoala says:

    Thank you for this video …i did cry when i saw the mother nearly cried its really difficult to se a nice baby not able to communicate thats really upssetting i have a family friend their son suffer the same the poor mum fells so upset always crying shes up to the point where she look her self and her son at home dont want to see any one cause she think people might think her son has a mental sickness i have no idea how to help her .

  3. stefanjowell says:

    Incredible parents! Before critizicing remember children do not come with a manual. Parents of children with austism or other special needs rneed professional support which includes teaching them the right techniques to teach to their child grow and develop. They also need to connect with a parents group to hear success stories from other parents. Help is out there! I am a great believer that all children can learn, but sometimes it requires one step at a time.

  4. Charliebird87 says:

    It upsets me to see Tristin cry because I see how difficult it is for him and that not being able to communicate is frustrating. I’m glad that they’re helping him.

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  6. NikkieRoxxx says:

    don’t worry.. there are a lot of people that have lots of pain in their lives and they can’t cope with it.
    Hence the unappropriate reactions at the wrong places… don’t worry, you have (had) a difficult situation, but you were strong enough to go and ask for help! continue be strong!

  7. kaylinsvlog says:

    thank goodness he’s learning to speak with rewards! nice job

  8. tfacente says:

    We are contractually obligated not to respond but I will say you have no clue to all of you who want to post negative comments. – Trae

  9. Tasneemqureshi says:

    It’s amazing. Tristan reminds me soooo much of my son who is exactly like him. 3 and non verbal but sooo full of life!

  10. DraculaGal31 says:

    So do I. Tristan may have Autism, but he’s quite adorable.

  11. ABAisSCIENCE says:

    You have no idea how much fathers stand by side line waiting for their son to be ready to get into sports or do things together like an adventure.

    Autism seems like hearing that it’s impossible to ever dream big.

    With a little imagination fathers can do things like play Pooh sticks, make backwards chaining in soccer or whatever sport for the goal or point, & bring aspect of favorite videos into great imagination & play times.

    Men have strength when they get their hands dirty in dreams.

  12. ABAisSCIENCE says:

    Having read 116 books & over 2,000 journal articles on autism & behaviorism. I conclude with you that the Koegels are the best. I’ve met them more times then I can count on one hand.

    I loved it when the first time I met Dr. Robert L. Koegel he quit in the middle of his speech & summed up his whole career in the next four hours. Totally rocked. As I knew each article he was talking about. Did he do this because he saw my stack of his books on the table & me taking notes feverishly.

  13. njglamour says:

    With the proper guidance see how beauitfully he can flourish? Oh I love it.

  14. ewolves01 says:

    poor Tristian…

  15. wob41 says:

    i cried when he said tickle

  16. MondoBeno says:

    When I taught high school special ed it was the opposite of this. The principal was so cowardly that she’d say “don’t make them cry under any circumstances.”
    Most schools nowadays push indugence, and that’s why kids aren’t getting the guidance they need.

  17. lacorazones says:

    OMG thats make my cry.i can wait to see my
    daughter like this!

  18. bellydancer711 says:

    oh man i actually met her and her husband on a conference for work, she really is amazing. i work with all autistic children and this method is incredible

  19. freeangelll says:

    it is so hard when they start crying!!!! i totally feel her pain!

  20. adrishelton says:

    OMG.. im crying! tickle… such a beautiful moment…

  21. joeyhsieh says:

    It hurts to see how the consultant is working with Tristian. I did it with my son and I sincerely hope you explore the RDI method which works like wonder.

  22. bloodthornedhate says:

    i love this show, i think it is great that she helped out the family..

  23. JenGem says:

    That woman is good at her job!

  24. Scrawnyfish says:

    aww tear.. tickle..

  25. freestylesoccer101 says:

    I love this show.

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