8.Difficulty with transitions:
Transitions can be a struggle for children with autism, and they may experience distress when faced with changes in their routine or environment. This can make it challenging for them to adapt to new situations and can cause problematic behaviors.
When it comes to switching between activities, children with autism might find it hard to move from one task to another. Similarly, transitioning between places, such as going from home to school, can also be challenging for them. Even small changes in routine can cause upset or meltdown.
Familiar environments and activities can also be a source of difficulty for children with autism. For instance, moving from one room to another in their own house can be challenging for them. Additionally, the concept of time can be hard for them to grasp, making it difficult for them to predict when a transition will occur.
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