By Armen Hareyan for eMaxHealth.com
For fathers coming home from work and find it impossible to connect with their autistic child, it can typically be the straw that breaks the family’s back. Now an autism expert and parent shares tips of how to develop affection in autistic children.
Where most children will greet Daddy with a hug or a smile, many autistic children aren’t capable of the normal affectionate interactions that keep a family intact. As Dad walks in, his son is busy lining up his toys or engrossed in the spinning wheels of an overturned toy truck. Dad calls his name over and over in hopes of those bright eyes and wide mouth to come running to him with open arms, but to no avail. He even gets down on his knees in a desperate attempt for some eye contact, but his son turns away and even pushes off his father’s touch with disturbing grunts.
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