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By Sarah Broadhurst, Rachel Forrester-Jones

Individuals with autism frequently adventure hassle in knowing and expressing their feelings and react to losses in numerous methods or in ways in which carers don't realize. so one can supply potent aid, carers have to have the knowledge, the talents and applicable assets to paintings via those emotional reactions with them. "Autism and Loss" is an entire source that covers quite a few varieties of loss, together with bereavement, lack of neighbors or employees, lack of domestic or possessions and lack of future health. Rooted within the most modern examine on loss and autism, but written in an obtainable kind, the source contains a wealth of factsheets and sensible instruments that offer formal and casual carers with authoritative, attempted and validated counsel. this is often a vital source for pro and casual carers operating with individuals with autism who're dealing with any form of loss.

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Similarly, people may feel that they have ‘lost out’ if their wish for an intimate relationship or for children does not materialize (McCarthy 1999). 3 the network of a person with autism. Note the stark differences between the two networks. 2 we see that the person has ten different areas of life from which to draw network members from. g. family members are connected to five other clusters of people including old school friends, neighbours, ski holidays, church and tennis club). However, six clusters of network members are connected to only one other cluster and one cluster is a ‘stand-alone’ cluster.

A table may be needed) as well as the likelihood of disturbances by other people or noise. People with autism should be enabled to be in control of their own surroundings and supported to feel relaxed. The activities may evoke some negative feelings that the person with autism may find difficult to express appropriately. You should make sure that both yourself and the person with autism can leave the room quickly and easily and that there is someone else close to hand who could assist if required.

Whilst an independent person can provide support unsullied by any previous negative experiences, we recognize that this is not always possible within services, especially those strapped for resources. Therefore we would recommend the following: · The supporter should be someone other than a person’s key worker so that (a) some objectivity can be brought to the working relationship, and (b) it increases the amount of individual support received. · Time should be set aside to discuss with someone who knows the person well to ascertain the participant’s communication skills as well as the types of information and approach/interactional styles they respond to best.

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