- Everlyne Mosiria advised mothers and fathers of children with autism spectrum disorder to move them out of their homes.
- Kissy’s mother, who has an autistic child, said most parents lock and hide their children at home because of a lot of fear.
- Mosiria urged parents to share more about autism with the community to raise awareness and spread the word about the disorder.
Not many parents are willing to bravely show off their child if they have some kind of disability or medical condition that could attract stigma.
They always kept their children at home, away from the outside world, to protect themselves from shame, and to protect their children from negative energies.
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Everlyne Mosiria advises parents of children with neurodiversity disorder to keep their children out of the house.
“If you have a child with autism spectrum disorder, don’t hide or confine them, let them out,” she wrote. TUKO.co.ke.
Education on autism and neurodiversity
Mothers of children with autism noted that many parents of children with autism spectrum disorders do not allow their children to roam freely outside.
She knew they were special children and needed special care, but she encouraged their parents to take them out and raise awareness about neurodiversity.
“Educate the public about autism. Autism has no appearance. Love your children and embrace neurological diversity,” she noted.
talk about autism
Mosilia, a representative for parents of special children, said Kisie County should not deny neurodiverse children the opportunity to learn from other children.
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Their parents need to lead the herd to raise awareness in society to combat the stigma of such children.
“Don’t be shy, speak up freely and join support groups within the community,” she added.
Autism perception in society
Earlier, a doting mother called on society to raise awareness and spread awareness about autism.
Silvia Moller-Mochavo said it’s unfortunate that many parents aren’t familiar with autism.
Miss Africa Elite 2020-2022 added that she was unable to read the signs at an early age because her parents and guardians did not have such information on the matter.
misconceptions about boys
She pointed out that symptoms of autism can be pointed out as young as 3 years old, but caregivers may not know them and may overlook or ignore them.
“There is also the misconception that boys take longer to talk. It should be a sign of what to do.” The founder of Andy Speaks highlighted four special supporters Africa.
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