Lack of Inhibitory Control in Autism
Dr. Smith discusses the difficulties sometimes experienced by parents and caregivers when children with autism fail to recognize and adjust their behavior to social customs or rules.
"They are not picking up on the social cues from those around them and they feel that they can behave however they want and this could be a marked source of embarrassment for the parents."
— Christopher Smith, PhD
- Family Life
- daily living issues
- raising children with autism
- General Behaviors
- lack of inhibition