The supportive purposes of the communication between parents and children are to correct and update the information one has about itself of others. Moreover, it provides a satisfaction through expressing oneself to another.
In non-verbal communication, the body language matters a lot and in case of children, parents understand their gaze and hand movements. Children pay more attention to what parents do rather than what they say, so it is rightfully said, “the actions speaks louder than words." Facial expressions, gestures, gaze and posture are the most important components of verbal communication.
Asperger Syndrome Disorder (ASD) is a high functioning end of the spectrum in which affected have difficulties interacting with others, and they have repetitive behaviors with restricted numbers of interests. It is a group of disorders, which includes within the Pervasive development disorders (PDD).
Having Autism adolescence a tough time to the patient and its family as puberty is associated to the developmental changes by which some begin understanding their difficulties as painful, which takes them into depression and causes behavioral problems. Autism mostly results in the disability of individuals for a lifetime. Lifelong disabled individuals need more help especially in their adolescence age, socially and most importantly for the education purposes (Whitman & DeWitt, 2011).
The well-known Helen Keller case is also an example of individuals having disorders in the early age or adolescence. She was born with the ability to hear and see but at the age of 19months old, she suffered from an illness that was then described by the doctors as scarlet fever or meningitis. The fever left her blind and deaf (Helen Keller - Water Scene, from the Miracle Worker, 2010).
Helen Keller was able to communicate only through signs and by the age of seven she developed over 60 signs to communicate with her family. Moreover, her tutor for the behavioral developments and the