An Inclusive Comic On Autism

Why doesn't he look at me ?

Madhav, like many of our friends on the autism spectrum, is uncomfortable with eye-contact. This doesn’t mean he isn’t listening to us. As Sara found out, giving our friends the space to feel comfortable helps them communicate with us better.

Madhav drew his new classmate. Why don't you also draw a picture with your friend and give it a funny caption?
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Many children in the spectrum have a challenge making eye contact. In fact, it is one of the red flags to notice in early toddlerhood.

Reasons of not making eye contact are several, but it is important to understand that they do acknowledge your presence but in their own ways.

Read about the reasons for having low eye contact.

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