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Your Questions About An Impaired Use Of Language

January 5, 2013
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Mary Your Questions About An Impaired Use Of Language

Mary asks…

Is it a good idea for a socially impaired kid with Autism, to attempt public socialization?

I am Autistic, I have Aspergers Syndrome, and I am not a typical person. I have some social upps and downs, but I will focus on the downs.

I have trouble reading body language. I am easily distracted. I have trouble with the right words to use in public to start conversations. I have trouble feeling like I should reply to a miscellaneous comment to start a conversation. (Ex: A girl walks out of a jewelry store alone, and murmors “That guy at the counter was really rude…”) I have trouble passing messages to people through my own body language. I take a lot of things litterally, and have poor judgement on sarcastic remarks. I tend to not stick to a style, or sense of visual appeal. I have problems looking people in the eyes, or towards their bodies or faces (Especially with girls) with girls, I tend to look at their shoes, or a distant object- due to respect beliefs. I tell the truth alot sometimes, and do not respond well to questions like “Do I look fat” or “Do these clothes look good”, I can’t sugar coat things well, or pick up on a stylish garment.

I am trying to see if I can go for a walk around my hometown, and be able to talk to random people. And I also plan to be able to talk with kids, and adults alike at the upcoming coast guard festival- without seeming wierd, or out of the ordinary.

Does anybody have any guidelines, or perhaps some unwritten rules that can be written, to assist me with this?

admin answers:

Take it slow and ease into it-start by maybe finding an Aspergers group and try doing socialization practice with other aspies-may make you feel a little more comfortable and no one will judge you if you do something wrong or make a mistake-which will likely happen until you get more comfortable with socializing.

Charles Your Questions About An Impaired Use Of Language

Charles asks…

Does the DWP use incompetence?

as a criteria for recruiting it’s staff.

I was trying to help a mentally impaired and physically disabled client the other day and it took me two and a half hours on the phone to get to the right department- that I found had then shut a minute before I managed to ring them.

That included: 2hrs and 15 minutes ringing completely incorrect numbers that had been provided by their staff, some of whom had a problematic grasp of the English language.
Lestat: could have done but then I would have left an extremely vulnerable individual without any source of income.
Lestat: I am ‘welfare rights’ and the CAB can take up to three weeks to see someone and then have to use a phone as opposed to telepathy or a Ouija board.

Not everyone has access to the same vampiric powers as you do- thanks for the advice though.

Rich B .Pay in Mcdonalds is not more than the Civil Service nor does McMucks offer a final salary secured pension.

admin answers:

Poor staffing of important jobs will cause failure. Why would anyone hire someone that can’t do the job?

Lisa Your Questions About An Impaired Use Of Language

Lisa asks…

am really sick and tired of all the foreign email I’m getting! help stop it?

I do not speak Spanish because I’m hearing impaired and never could learn it. It’s clogging up my spam email and I’m sick of it. Can you make an option available to block all foreign languages from entering our emails. I use spam guard, but still…ughhhhhhhhhhhhh this is America and I’m English, so please tell me how to stop that stuff!!!!

admin answers:

It is difficult to stop them at this stage because your e-mail id has been sold to spammers. At the most, you can do the following:
1. Set “words” in spam filter option, so that the mails containing those words are sent in the Spam filter.
2. If there are options in these unsolicited mails to “unsubscribe” , then go for them.(This, sometimes is however, dangerous because the spammers come to know that the e-mail ID is still live) .
3. Forget about this id and create a new id. Do not ever subscribe to a suspicious looking site with this id.

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Your Questions About Eye Exercises For Better Vision

December 29, 2011
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Paul Your Questions About Eye Exercises For Better Vision

Paul asks…

Eye exercises??!!! please help!!!thanks!?

Ok, So I have been doing eye exercises for 2 weeks now. I have 20/30 vision but I don’t wear glasses. When I go to school I notice that once in a while when I blink my eyesight is better then it goes back to normal (bad) eyesight when I blink again. It keeps happening more and more ever since I started the eye exercises. Do you think that is how vision improves? with exersises?

admin answers:

Get to know them better. This is not a task only to be accomplished through dating. The more you get to know him or her, the more you can tell if you like them as a friend or something else. Just talk and do fun activities with the person.
Stop and consider why you like the person. There are many physically attractive and smart people out there. But if you see something beyond that really catches your attention, you’ve marked this person as unique and probably like them. Why else would they stand out from so many?
Consider how many times you think about the person. If you find yourself thinking about this person several times a day, and they are happy thoughts that possibly make your heart beat faster, then you probably like them.
Think how often you laugh at their jokes etc. When you like someone, you will find yourself laughing at things even if they aren’t that funny. This is a natural attempt to make them feel appreciated.
If the one conversation between you and the person is stuck in you head and you cant stop telling people about it. This means it was important to you, and you probably like the person.
Consider how much you try to be near them. If you’ve planned your walking speed to catch a glimpse of them as many times of the day as possible, there is a good reason for that.
Think about how you feel if you touch him or her, by accident or on purpose. If you’re still thinking about brushing shoulders several hours ago in school, then that is a special thought and you probably like them.
If you feel you’re ready for a relationship, and are confident enough for a positive response, then just go ahead and ask them out. If you’re unsure of their feelings for you, there are several wikihows on how to tell if someone likes you.

Nancy Your Questions About Eye Exercises For Better Vision

Nancy asks…

Improving eye vision?

I wear reading glasses (forgot my prescription/number) and lately my eyesight have been getting worse.
I’m planning on cutting back on computer time and taking more breaks.
So here’s my plan:
45 minutes of computer (this includes breaks such as getting a drink/food and bathroom – I watch a bit of movies on here to kill time that’s why I’m on the computer for so long. Either that or I’m chatting with someone)
45 minutes of exercise on treadmill – as a break from computer
30-45 minutes of computer/tv/games
30-45 minutes break – practice piano or play basketball or something
and so on

Is that a good plan? If not, what’s a better idea?

Also, are there any natural ways I can improve my eyesight? I’ve learned that carrots only improves your night vision not your every day vision. So any exercises or something I can do and for how long & I’m pretty sure I already know the answer but should I do it with or without reading glasses? – Just making sure I’m right.
How long will it take to see results?

admin answers:

Could you please tell us more abut your vision problem ? “Reading glasses” doesn’t mean much, it’s even confusing because that’s the kind of glasses used by presbyopes. You can’t be presbyopic because you’re a teen-ager, while presbyopia is typical of old age. Although its early signs can sometimes be detected in people who are still relatively young (40s),it’s absolutely impossible to be presbyopic at 15.

Lizzie Your Questions About Eye Exercises For Better Vision

Lizzie asks…

Is there any way to improve your vision naturally?

i’ve seen programs where you pay somebody a bunch of money for like a book and at the eye doctor they said if i paid extra to get eye exercises they would help my eyes work a lot better. i just have a lot of trouble with glasses and contacts and can hardly afford to get contacts so there’s no way i can get lasik. allergies are making my contacts really annoying and glasses are even worse because i need them bent but don’t know where to go.

admin answers:

Hi.

There are a lot of scams or semi true books and stuff online.

I can try and give you some but I need some more information about your eyesight and overall health.
Can you send me some more info to: Eli.goptics@gmail.com.

I will try to help.

Best regards.
Eli.

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Eye Exercises For Better Eyesight – How To Improve Sight Without Glasses

August 4, 2011
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Eye Exercises For Better Eyesight – How To Improve Sight Without Glasses

You can learn various eye exercises for better eyesight. Many of them focus on reducing your habit of staring or straining which in terms of damaging your eyes are the worst possible things you can do. Your eyes need to be relaxed and in order to do this it is important to keep them mobile, moving around, taking in your surroundings. It is when they stop moving and attempt to focus on one item that they can become strained.

 

Have you ever heard of REM. It’s the name of a band of course but in this instance we are talking about Rapid Eye Movement. It is what our eyes do when we reach a deep sleep. At a time when our body remains still to regenerate itself while we sleep, our eyes continue to move because that is when they are most comfortable.

 

The next time you are out and about taking in the sites, pay some attention to your eyes movement. As you walk your eyes never stop moving unless you stop them or unless your brain doesn’t recognise something straight away. This is when you begin to focus on an object and you will notice your eyes do not feel as relaxed, they can become strained as you stare intently until you break the stare and go back to taking in the sights.

 

If you notice you are straining to look at certain things there are eye exercises for better eyesight which will help you to relax your eyes.

 

One such exercise is known as tracing. You can teach the eyes to move smoothly by tracing objects. Trace your eyes around the outline of an object, be it a car, a couch, a tree, etc. As you trace the object should get clearer and the colour brighter. Try to do this at least once daily and your eyes will remember how to look at things rather than stare.

 

Learning exercises to relax the eyes is a great way to develop lasting habits and ensure great eyesight for years to come. There are many more exercises which will take the strain from your eyes and allow them to relax which will help to prevent you from needing glasses. If you would like more eye exercises for better eyesight then http://www.bettervision.info has many very helpful and worthwhile programs and exercises to improve your eyes.

Eoin McDonnell is an engineer who has done a lot of research into eyesight improvement methods as a less expensive alternative to laser eye surgery in a quest to cure myopia (shirtsightedness) and astigmatism which he has had since age seven.

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