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I have severe neck pain right side back after I woke up its slightly increasing then I could not move my neck its killing pain I went to hospital and I took an injection and tablet then its became normal after ten day same pain I got pls give me a good suggestion.
Sir my brother suffering wrist and ankle pain last one month doctor given treatment of chickengunia. But problem remains same condition. Then doctor lastly checked blood sample test in that all test are negative. I not understand what can I do? Please doctor give me some way from that problems.
My father got paralyzed 4 months back (age 60). They told it's a mild paralysis on left side, after 3 months continues medication he is okay with the left side now he's complaining that he's feeling difficulty and pain with the right hand (only hand) he's not going to work he's in rest only.
Toilet training children with an Autism spectrum disorder (asd)
11 top toileting tips:
1. The main sign of readiness for a child with an asd is compliance, or the child’s ability to imitate. If you can get the child to do What you ask, and/or copy an action – then they are ready!
2. Avoid potties! start out with the end in mind. Children with autism have trouble generalising and the last thing you want is to have to carry their pottie around with you everywhere you go!
3. Visuals are very important. Make up some visuals to help the child understand the toileting process and to provide a prompt.
4. Prepare lots of fun activities to do with the child. Making going to the toilet fun takes the pressure off and makes it a motivating place to go.
5. Rewards are one of the most important elements of toilet training – children need a motivator as it is just too easy to continue to go in their nappy. Rewards need to be instant and powerful. Reward immediately and reward the same every time.
7. Remove nappies. Once you start toilet training do not let the child put on any form of nappy until they go to bed at night. If you let them wear them during the day at all they will learn to hold on until they are in their nappy.
8. Toilet time – put the child on the toilet every 30 minutes for 10 minutes at a time, increasing time as they get the hang of it.
9. Teach the child the whole steps of toileting – including putting on underpants, flushing the toilet and washing hands.
10. Some children may have sensory sensitivities related to toileting. Sensory sensitivities need to be respected and worked on.
11. Create good routines around toilet timing. Have set times when the child must go to the toilet.