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By Sue Adams

Chris and Andrew are excellent acquaintances, yet occasionally Chris does issues that Andrew does not understand.Chris can listen a fly humming whilst it is a mile away! yet he does not like brilliant flashing lighting fixtures just like the ones on Andrew's favorite arcade video game. Chris and Andrew have plenty of enjoyable jointly, yet now and then they snicker at different issues - it isn't important even though, simply because everyone seems to be diverse, and being varied could be particularly cool!Chris and Andrew are right here to assist humans comprehend the reviews of a kid with autism, and the way others will help by way of knowing how they're various, and recognising their many particular talents.This fully-illustrated publication is focused at girls and boys elderly 5+, and in addition serves as a very good start line for kin and school room discussions.

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These are: smelling, tasting, touching, seeing and hearing. 26 Autism can make these senses really STRONG 27 or very weak . Chris has very strong senses. Andrew doesn’t notice the buzzing noise that the light tubes make. But Chris hears it really loudly. 28 Touching is hard to do sometimes. Chris needs to say “Hi” and wave instead of hugging or shaking hands. It is not because he does not like the other person. 29 Some people with autism really like bright flashing lights. Others find bright lights painful to their eyes.

Their ideas were so amazing because they were VERY different from everyone else. 33 Sometimes answers to the teacher’s question rush into Chris’s brain. He has to say them quickly before something else crowds in. 34 He doesn’t mean to take someone else’s turn. But his classmates understand that. 35 At other times, Chris’s autism means he takes longer than Andrew to think of an answer to a question… 36 …but the answer can be really amazing when his brain finally works it out! 37 Nobody really knows why people have autism.

Or when he likes to be in the dark. 25 People sense the world around them through five senses. These are: smelling, tasting, touching, seeing and hearing. 26 Autism can make these senses really STRONG 27 or very weak . Chris has very strong senses. Andrew doesn’t notice the buzzing noise that the light tubes make. But Chris hears it really loudly. 28 Touching is hard to do sometimes. Chris needs to say “Hi” and wave instead of hugging or shaking hands. It is not because he does not like the other person.

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