Bringing up a child with autism can be challenging, and, in some cases, overwhelming.1Children with autism don’t communicate, play, or behave like their neurotypical peers, and their behaviors can be confusing, frustrating, or frankly upsetting to parents. At the same time, autistic children have strengths and abilities that can only emerge when a parent is tuned in and willing to engage in a way that works best for their child.
Original Article Source Credits:very well health, https://www.verywellhealth.com/
Article Written By Lisa Jo Rudy
Original Article Posted on : January 17, 2020
Link to Original Article: https://www.verywellhealth.com/parenting-styles-that-dont-work-with-an-autistic-child-259958