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The limited study suggests an opportunity for early intervention.
When communicating with children who have autism; establishing eye contact is very important, especially if you are trying to convey calmness & provide a comfortable environment to learn in. The eyes are the windows to the mind & reflect emotions. No eye contact means the child is in another world, almost in a dream like state. Autism maybe linked to the sleep center of the brain.
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