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The messages this would give to the child are significant and may have an impact on how they deal with similar situations in the future. There is a need, therefore, for siblings to have their own space where they can be alone, or with family or friends, or be involved in their own activities. Bedrooms are ideal for this purpose but there may be a need for some sort of lock to ensure privacy and the uninterrupted completion of activities. The only potential difficulty with this situation is that siblings may use this ‘escape’ too much and become isolated themselves.
The rather brief résumé of legislation and guidance summarized the current situation, showing that the move towards increasing inclusion, whilst a positive move for children with any special need, should be supported by training for all practitioners to ensure that all children’s needs can, and will, be met in our early years settings. 23 9087 Chapter 1 p1-26 26/2/04 8:43 am Page 24 AUTISM AND EARLY YEARS PRACTICE Key issues ■ Practitioners may need to increase their knowledge and understanding of autism to provide effectively for children with autistic spectrum disorders.
Whilst similar issues for family members are likely to arise, the fact that a child may have been developing according to expected developmental guidelines and has suddenly or gradually deteriorated, will also mean the parents experience a sense of ‘losing’ their child and finding they are now dealing with a significantly different child. This different situation may well give rise to new challenges and issues relating to both the practical and emotional needs of family members. This would most likely be the case if a child is suggested to have, or is later diagnosed with, autism.