Why is learning so difficult for children with autism?

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Children are very curious about new things Children are born to learn. They are inquisitive about new things and are attracted to new and interesting things. As a consequence of this curiosity, they learn new things very quickly. They learn new actions, new words, new concepts at an extraordinary fast pace. Children learn these new things by watching other people make the actions, say the words and use the concepts. Then they imitate what they see others do. Early learning is that simple! There is a social context to learning Children don’t learn these things by doing them by themselves….

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