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Motor Skills in Autistic Children Proprioception Proprioception involves the ability to position the body in relation to sensory input. The process helps people develop new skills that require attention to more than one activity at a time. For example, a child learns how to pedal the bicycle and steer without needing to look at his hands and feet. Mostofsky, MD and his colleagues suggests that the autistic brain relies heavily on its internal proprioceptive sense and less on visual input from the environment. Inability to determine how hard to push the pedals Inability to coordinate steering and pedaling Inability to stop the bicycle Safety awareness Listening for cues in the surroundings Following others Tolerating movement Many children on the spectrum can overcome the challenges they face with guidance. A special autistic kids' bike may be helpful in some cases.
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Teaching Feelings to Autistic Children Use That Special Interest Special areas of intense interest, such as trains, timetables, math facts, or trading cards, can be a great source of joy for individuals on the autism spectrum. These special interests are also an excellent opportunity to capture a child's attention. Try these ideas for capitalizing on that intense interest as you work on reading: