#Autism: The creative mind

#Autism: The creative mind

I wanted to share with you all something that Emmett did yesterday. I was really impressed with this and honestly a little scared.

Emmett was playing with a Nerf basketball hoop. We were using stick tack to hang it up on the front door.

It didn’t work very well.

While I was in the kitchen making lunch,  Emmett was hard at work,  addressing the problem.

I think that the pictures are pretty self-explanatory.  Believe it or not,  his solution worked really well.  His problem solving skills are amazingly advanced,  especially for a 3 year old,  developmentally delayed,  child with Autism.

Don’t ever think that a child with Autism is somehow less intelligent then anyone else.  Nothing could be farther from the truth.

Now,  hopefully,  Emmett will use these problem solving skills for the good of all. 😉




**Thanks for reading**

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What a smart cookie! One of the benefits of single mindedness is focus and determination and he has that in buckets!!

Onyx Panthyr

That makes my MacGyver side very proud! 🙂

Donal von Griffyn

Problem solving is what we do. Go Emmett, solve those problems.

Grandma G.

WOW, is all I can say! Way to go Emmett:-)

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