- Keep instructions brief and precise. • use simple, concrete language. • written instructions are preferable. • confirm that the person has.
- Give the person time to process the.
- If practical, make use of visual cues and.
- Break work into smaller steps. • check progress regularly. • be prepared to negotiate with the. worker.
How do you deal with an employee who has Aspergers?
Give information about changes to the workplace or tasks well in advance. Ask about sensory distractions. Autistic employees sometimes benefit from things like screens around their desk, noise-cancelling headphones, or their desk being in the corner. Help other staff to be more aware.
What are the characteristics of someone who has Aspergers?
The characteristics of Asperger syndrome vary from one person to another, but in order for a diagnosis to be made, a person will usually be assessed as having had persistent difficulties with social communication and social interaction and restricted and repetitive patterns of behaviours, activities or interests since
How do you calm down someone with Aspergers?
Low: Use a low, quiet voice to speak to your child. Slow: Their language processing is generally slower than ours (especially after a meltdown) so speak few words and each word slowly. Offer choices: In your quiet, slow speech, give them a couple of choices that they can choose to do now to feel better.