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At other times, he attempts to play for a minute or two with someone and then walks off. EXAMPLE II Michelle, a 7-year-old child with autism, becomes very upset when she feels that others are not understanding the rules of a game or activity. She resorts to biting everyone within easy distance of herself. Children with this diagnosis may also have difficulty reading nonverbal cues and gestures, judging proper body distance, deciphering facial expressions and body language. Sometimes they cannot express their anger appropriately.
His occupational therapist felt that Scott needed more work in the development of his fine motor skills. He disliked messy projects and cutting was difficult for him. His art teacher agreed with this. His parents felt that the sensory experience of glue and having people ‘in his space’ also bothered him and caused him to overreact. His classroom assistant felt that at times, Scott was embarrassed when she would intervene to help him. She felt that he still needed prompting but also was craving more independence.
She avoided the hit by backing up. ’ Scott began to cry quietly with his hand over his eyes to ‘shield’ them from his peers and teachers. After about 15 minutes, the class was over and the students lined up for art class. Scott took a spot in the back of the line and appeared to be more calm. ’ to his teacher. A peer sitting beside Scott (Rachel) tried to redirect him to a page in the book by leaning in close to him and pointing her finger to the spot where the class was. Suddenly, Scott reached over and angrily punched her in the arm.