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Motivation, the importance of autistic children



Motivation is a force that motivates, sustains, and directs behavior to a specific purpose. It has the function of triggering, guiding and stimulating individual behaviors and activities. The motivation lies in the rehabilitation of autistic children, which is an important implementation factor. The child with autism is precisely because of the lack of motivation, which leads to a lack of many abilities. This article combines the example of Du Jiaxuan and his life to explain the importance of motivation for autistic children.

It’s time to chat before going to bed. I sat down on the sofa and started to talk “煊煊”. I haven't started to ask, I heard that I was very active and told me that I first said that the mathematics test was to be up to standard. In fact, she spoke very well, and it was clear from beginning to end.

After I finished speaking, I still didn't express my position. I was very anxious to look at me and said, "Mom, is it good for me to talk about mathematics to meet the standards?"

I thought about it, although this is not a good thing, but from the chat point of view, she has already shared with her the things she cares about in her life, so it should be a good chat. I said truthfully: "This is a good conversation."

"Can I eat a chicken block?"

I suddenly realized why I was so active and active in chatting with me today, and my mouth was surprisingly good. It turned out that she had already seen the bag on the back of the sofa to entertain the snacks that the children could not put back. Poor, I am sure to remember this package of snacks, it is difficult for her to dress up so casually to chat with me, eyes are not going to squat, huh, huh, this is really not easy for you.

Although my heart is very soft, I really want to give my children more food. But considering that mathematics does not pass this thing, it should be something we disapprove. It is something we want to fade, so I am worried, or Refused her, I am afraid that if she is wrong, I think it is a failure of mathematics and I have eaten chicken. Of course, I still explained to him verbally: "Although you have a good time in mathematics to meet the standard, but it is a shameful thing to pass your math, so my mother still shouldn’t give you chicken. Taste block."

I saw that I was a little sad. Then, she immediately said to me: "Mom, the captain of Ding Momo was removed yesterday."

I am very happy that she can raise another topic so that I have the opportunity to reward her: "Why?" I pretended to be surprised.

"Because he overturned the teacher's ink."

"What, knocked out the teacher's ink? How did he overturn it?" I came to the bottom and wanted to see what step she could express, in the case of strong motivation.

Sure enough, she told the story one by one. After I finished speaking, I looked at me with my eyes: "Mom, can I talk well?"

"You talked very well about this matter, and my mother liked it."

"Can you give me a chicken block?"

"Yes, my mother will take it for you." I quickly took out the chicken flavor that I had wanted to give her.

I am very enjoyable to eat. After eating, I talked to me about the things that used to be in a friend's house in Anhua. The scenes of the characters are quite clear. I am very happy because she can still recall the previous things.

Of course, she still can't forget her chicken flavor. It seems that the power of this kind of power is so powerful.

I think it is the same for all autistic or non-autistic children. Motivation is the deciding factor in how they do one thing. Just for our autistic children, maybe these motivations are still a bit junior. It doesn't matter, as long as we insist on finding the motivation to attract children, and we can continue to combine the dynamics of social meaning with these primary dynamics. Over time, our children will eventually develop the same social dynamics as all children, and they are intrinsic.