@flmartincristobal11 asked 1 month ago.

Give examples of how the rights of individuals with autism can be promoted. (2.4)?

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@Benjii answered 3 weeks ago.

There are a couple of ways that the rights of individuals with autism can be promoted. One way is autism-friendly employment programs. Employers can promote the rights of individuals with autism by making changes to the workplace to make it more autism-friendly.

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@Juliann answered 3 weeks ago.

Also, try using My Job Chart: a great tool to help both kids and adults learn to complete tasks and manage time.
  1. Practice Money Skills. ...
  2. Teach Community Safety Skills. ...
  3. Build Leisure Skills. ...
  4. Teach Self-Care during Adolescence. ...
  5. Work on Vocational Skills.
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@eddaxodosa answered 4 weeks ago.

It's important to promote the rights of individuals with autism if we want to see them integrated into mainstream society. The first step to achieving this goal is for us to spread awareness about autism. We need to be educating people about autism and encouraging them to be more understanding and empathetic.
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@affannassar answered 1 month ago.

Autism is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by impaired social interaction, verbal and nonverbal communication and restricted and repetitive behaviours. It has no known cure, but there are many treatment options to improve the quality of life of individuals with autism. There is no standard/official definition of autism.
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@Gaurii answered 1 month ago.

Support can be compassionate by ensuring that you show sympathy and understanding for the autistic individual as well as the family that supports them. Conversations could be open in conversation, allowing questions, concerns and feelings to be raised for all parties involved so that they can all have the answers and support they require. It should also be a chance to get any concerns off their chests, to promote a way of staying emotionally healthy.
It is also important that compassionate support is offered to the individual with autism by remaining positive, showing that they have an understanding of the daily struggles that they may face and by supporting them by offering any suitable help support or therapies that they may believe will be of assistance.

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