Vocational difficulties for autistic children
Putting aside expectations for her children to try to integrate, Mai and her family let Duc learn to bake at a vocational training center for her. autistic children when you see your child interested in this activity. After 2 months of learning how to make cakes, despite many surprises, the first German candies named “happiness” have reached the first customers.
“Did I tell my child that Duc knows that today a lot of my mother’s friends support Germany and she put her arms around me. I don’t speak in my own language, but I show it with a hug,” Mai said. said excitedly.
Mai’s tears are also the expectation of many parents with autistic children in the journey with their children to find an opportunity to study and learn. work. More than 40 children at the vocational training center for children with autism came here with concerns and worries of parents about whether there is a job for their children.
Formal products have proven that autistic children have strengths and are completely successful in their careers if they are studied and trained. However, in reality, even if they have learned a job, the opportunities for integration work for people with autism are still very few. As with Duc or the students, the orientation after finishing school is still working at the center or looking for a job at home with parents.
According to estimates, the rate of children with autism in our country is 1% of the children born. In order for each child to have the opportunity to learn and develop, it will need more companionship from the society than the efforts of each family…
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