7 Year Old Autistic Child Development?
Evening, I want to askrnI have a niece, last January she was 7 years old. I see my nephew still doesn’t have a sense of responsibility, even tends to be indifferent. He is in 1st grade but the feeling of learning is hard to come by, even yesterday his bag was lost when he stopped by a shop, he seemed to be nothing. The results are also unsatisfactory. He is kind, considerate, has a high sense of empathy, physical growth is also good. But I am concerned about his development in the school and environment with a lack of sense of responsibility. Sometimes I see that his character has not yet been formed.rnIs this normal for a 7 year old?rnThank you..
Hi Adies, thanks for asking HealthReplies.com.
The development of a child is considered normal if his habits are in accordance with his peers (for example, he can follow lessons at his school) and he can interact well, socialize, and make friends with his friends. It should be understood that every child has their own unique nature and character. These traits and characters need to be balanced with good behavior so that later he can be accepted in his environment. Good behavior can be formed from the immediate environment, namely family, playmates, and teachings at school. A sense of responsibility is a behavior that can be continuously formed and guided from an early age. The people around them have a big role in shaping good behavior for children. Teach him slowly about a sense of responsibility, especially responsibility for himself. For example, give her the task of carrying your mother's bag while shopping and tell her that your bag must be intact until you get home. Give him a comfortable schedule for studying, first of all it doesn't have to be long, the important thing is that he is routine and willing to learn. In addition, it is important for parents to find and know the appropriate learning style for children to support children's intelligence.
Understanding parenting is very important for the future of children, so parents must learn about it. If you are still confused about choosing the right parenting style, you can try consulting a psychologist.
The following is a link about deviant behavior in children, understanding parenting patterns, and 8 steps for intelligent children, which can be read for additional information.
That's it, I hope it's useful.
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