By Marguerite Rodger
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It is really important to be able to talk to someone you trust about the feelings you’re experiencing. Talking it out means that you’re not keeping everything bottled up inside. Sometimes, meeting other families and siblings of children with ASDs helps because you can share with someone who has similar views and experiences. This can be done at support groups, or through autism awareness organizations. To start connecting with people in a situation just like yours, check the “Other Resources” section at the back of this book, or contact your local autism society for advice.
Recognize the signs and symptoms of stress (whether in yourself or in someone else). Symptoms you might notice in yourself or someone else include a feeling of uneasiness or fear, or more frequent stimming actions such as hand flapping and rocking back and forth. In those who are verbal, you may notice an increase in the amount of questions asked about the situation. Coping skills: Redirect behavior using different tips and tricks to stifle an escalating situation. Some people find that sensory stimulation or distraction is a great tool.
To start connecting with people in a situation just like yours, check the “Other Resources” section at the back of this book, or contact your local autism society for advice. 43 chapter 7 ASD Toolbox Whether you’ve been diagnosed with an ASD yourself, or have a friend or family member with an ASD, coping with the daily realities of living in the world takes a lot of energy and effort. It’s really important to have “toolbox”—a plan of positive helpful tips and tricks you can use to help you cope with whatever stresses might come your way.