Practice being curious with your child

“Creative people are curious, flexible, persistent, and independent with a tremendous spirit of adventure, and a love of play.”
Henri Matisse
French painter

“For this week, we at the Autism Treatment Center of America® invite you 😊 – to practice being curious with your child on the autism spectrum using some of The Son-Rise Program® techniques. Follow your child’s lead, and allow your child with autism to direct how the two of you interact… If she wants to throw tissue paper in the air, do that with her for some time!


“If he wants to talk about cars (and only about cars), go with him… listen to him! Be flexible and allow yourself to discover the wonderful world of your unique and beautiful child on the autism spectrum.


“Be curious and choose to love what your child with autism loves (whatever they do or want to talk about)…
“This will be a wonderful adventure for you and your child on the autism spectrum, and a very tangible way to tell your special child – I love you!!!”
Camila Titone, Senior Son-Rise Program Teacher

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