I occasionally do a little freelance journalism. Yes, that means one of my many hats is that of a reporter…perish the thought!
But there are some useful skills to be learned from this practice, not least of which is the classic “outline” for a story or situation: Who, What, Where, When, Why, and How.
Goodness knows, parents – and teachers; and therapists; and siblings; and fill-in-the-blanks – of people with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) have their fair share of detective work. Continue reading “6 Key Words That Will Help You Understand Your Child’s Behavior”