If you have Googled “How to improve language in Autism?” you are not alone. Speaking barriers are one of the top concerns that parents with children on the spectrum face.
Figuring out how to help a speech–delayed child can evoke a multitude of emotions in parents, and while it has been said that no two people with Autism are the same, many share certain characteristics, including problems communicating, interacting, and relating to others.
Today we will analyze the top ways to help your little one talk!
Simple Tips To Improve Language in Autism
Appeal to what is relevant to him/her:
If your child is currently obsessed with dinosaurs, talk about dinosaurs. If your child loves Thomas The Train, talk about Thomas The Train. If he/she is currently into a specific toy bring that to the conversation. The point is to incorporate ideas into the conversation they are interested in and that they know about.
Keep it simple:
Children can be quite literal when it comes to language and instructions. Use simple statements and avoid using slang or figurative language.
If he/she is into something else at the moment (watching t.v., playing, drawing, etc) wait until they are done so that you can ensure their full attention and focus.
Many parents complain that their children do not talk to them, when in fact they are the ones not providing the proper scenario for the child to do so. Asking simple questions is a good way to bring your child into the conversation. Skip very open questions like “What did you do at school today?” and opt for more specific options like “Tell me one thing you enjoyed doing at school today?”.
Ease The Task:
If your child is non-verbal or has communicational challenges, make sure to have non-verbal ways to express. For example pulling on your ear to say ‘I love you’, using visual cards, or simply pointing at things.
Stem Cells For Autism Language Improvement
Stem Cells Therapy has been found greatly beneficial for supporting communicational abilities in Autistic children.
The reason for it is found in the fact that Stem Cells can help the brain regain some of its plasticity by reconnecting specific clusters of neurons and facilitating the “installation” of new behaviors. In other words, SCT gives the brain increased access to knowledge that was already “installed” in it.
Many parents report that after the therapy their child was able to say complete phrases or mention new words. The reality is that the therapy didn’t give him/her “speaking abilities” but facilitated the access to things that the child already knew but was unable to express.
At WSCC, our therapies are done with maximum safety and a higher standard of excellence and professionalism. None of our patients have ever presented any major side effects and 90% of parents report significant improvements a month after the therapy.
It is also important to note that stem cell therapy works better in conjunction with an adequate ASD diet and other biomedical approaches. This will translate in faster progress in ABA therapy, better and faster detoxing, speedier progress in school, and overall better health.
to schedule an appointment today with one of our doctors to find out more about Stem Cell Therapy for Autism and how it can help your child.
At WSCC, we offer support for autistic families and their children with Stem Cell Therapy treatments that can transform autistic conditions by healing the gut, decreasing inflammation and improving brain function. We also created an on Facebook that is destined to offer support and companionship for ASD parents and their families on their journey.
Remember, you are not alone!