Many people find it very difficult to handle this condition in their children, but it can be done. This article looks at three important tips that can help you effectively handle autism in your child.1. Once an autism diagnosis is confirmed, you will do well to learn about the medications you may use to deal with the various physical symptoms, like stomach aches and diarrhea, and even physical aggressiveness, that your child is bound to suffer from time to time. You should also spend time with the patient in the presence of a caregiver to learn how to treat them and communicate important things back and forth.2. Better still, you can hire a caregiver to come around to your home and teach you how to live with the autism patient; it will take some work but you have to do it. There are expert caregivers who are specially trained and skilled to effectively handle such patients. You will certainly need their help.3. Children with autism have various educational needs. Some patients have need of a self-contained classroom in which all special education classes are carried out and all the necessary apparatus for their training are installed. Other children suffering from autism can be included amongst other regular children with some support or none at all. Treatment principles from programs such as The Floortime system, the TEACH approach (Treatment and Education of Autistic and Related Communication Handicapped Children), to Lovaas’ behavioral modification system can be included in a regular training or schooling session.In truth, there is no single approach that is right for every autism patient, and you are just going to take your time and learn about your child’s special characteristics. If you are going to put them in school, you must acknowledge that federal law makes it necessary for public schools to assess each child’s individual needs and provide an appropriate educational setting to meet those needs, which may or may not sit well with you… but it is what you have to live with.
There is one single tip that will, above all else, improve your productivity – do you know what it is?My StoryLet me tell you a little bit of my story to illustrate a point.When I first started trying to make money on the Internet, that was all my plan was – to make money using the Internet.My first attempt was setting up a drop-shipping commercial website, and while I was doing that I was building a Network Marketing business. I already knew how to build a website, so I spent some time learning how to use AdWords and AdSense.When I took my Network Marketing business online, I started learning about the benefits of affiliate marketing to add an additional income stream to help fund the marketing efforts of my other businesses.Continual Education Is The Answer!I joined a lot of mailing lists; one about article marketing, another for a free eBook on pay-per-click, another about videos on YouTube, and so on. Like the guru’s all insist, continual education is the key to success.No! Taking Action, That’s The Answer!Some days I would tinker with one of my websites, others I might write an article to attract people to my site. I’d buy a course or eBook on something and spend some time reading it, and trying to implement what I learned.What I later realized that continual education is an essential step towards success, and taking action on that education is another essential step, but neither will get you there without one even more essential step.What Was Missing? Have you noticed anything missing from my story yet?I was learning everything I could get my hands on. I was taking action on almost all of it. Yet my businesses weren’t doing so good. Why do you think that was?What is The Most Essential Internet Marketing Business Productivity Tip?Having the education is important. Taking action on what you’ve learned is important.But, the most essential Internet Marketing Business productivity tip is to Know What to Spend Your Time On.More than just being busy or active is to be productive on the right things. The things that will help your business grow, rather than just new things you’ve learned and implemented.You need a Goal-based business plan; your goals need to be broken out into Action Steps, and you need to schedule time specifically for those action steps.Improvement!Once I realized that my efforts weren’t working, and that all this knowledge I was gaining wasn’t actually benefiting my business, I was able to step back and reassess my plan, and my goals.I made my business plan more detailed, I gave myself goals and deadlines. I have plans for the entire year, and monthly milestones that will get me there. I plan each week ahead of time – I know what goals I need to hit in order to hit my monthly targets.Most important of all – Having these goals and deadlines helps me determine what isn’t worth spending my time on – I don’t waste time on tasks that aren’t in my plan, until after I’ve achieved what I promised myself I would.How is this for Irony?At the time I was doing all of this I was working as a Business Analyst where one of my responsibilities was process improvement – looking for ways to streamline how the business operated through better use of technology and more efficient processes.If only I had thought to use my business skills on my own business sooner!