This post explains a situation where autism success can come little by little.
I receive correspondence from lots of people who read my books and newsletters or attend my Visual Strategies Workshops.
Here’s what one Mom wrote:
I have learned that many times Matthew’s behavior is
communication when he does not understand the situation
or what is expected of him.
Visual aids really do work helping him understand.
Little by little I’ve hadsuccess and I’ve seen his
challenging behaviors fade away.
Leslie (Matthew’s Mom)
I KNOW visual strategies work. I know they make a difference for our kids. Sometimes a visual tool helps a student make a sudden change of behavior. Sometimes autism success occurs more gradually. The most important thing is that the behavior changes.
Thanks for writing Leslie.