Enjoy your childhood autism trip
Going forward to empowering girls with autism

Iran is a land with thousands of years of valuable biological backgrounds, with rich civilization and culture, with more than one million historical monuments, and hundreds of unregistered works; a dynamic and expensive museum and a treasure trove; it is, of course, a natural species. It has been striking that it is unmatched and amazing

The presence of tall and snow-covered mountains with dozens of peaks above 4,000 meters, volcanoes, glaciers and amazing caves, countless spas, rivers, plains and wetlands, Hircani forest reserves and Arasbaran, only The surviving creatures of the ice age, deserts and deserts of the dried lut and desert central, thousands of plant and animal species, and sometimes unique, such as mammals, birds, crawfish, amphibians, insects, fish …, dozens of national creatures National park, national natural effect, wildlife sanctuary, etc.) and international (biosphere reserve, international wetlands, etc.), all and all of a variety of space for ethnic and eternal Various slivers have created a variety of customs and cultures

Presence in nature and the implementation of educational programs in nature have many benefits and benefits to all individuals, especially those with autism. In interviews with families and specialists in three key areas, the effectiveness of being in nature is as follows: implementation and Matching educational programs with everyday life realities, developing social and health skills, as well as teaching daily life skills in health and social and personal behaviors; and one of the most important areas is to influence the excitement of these individuals and their cognitive abilities

Other research has also shown that presence in nature increases the level of relaxation, tolerance, auditory accuracy, independence, staying on the assignment for a long time, feeling happy to join the group, creating a sense of responsibility and confidence, creating two-way and meaningful interactions, and Sharing tools

We expect that children and individuals with autism, by communicating with nature, will reach the point where they are in the world and how to enter the environment and have space to independently search and explore. They do

Another important point is that the tranquility that most people with autism gain in nature are amazing, contact with water, wood, and soil, and interacting with the materials in nature, can give them a certain relaxation that, by attending There are no other classes of rehab

Natural environments generally include sensory integrity activities that therapists use in classrooms and clinics, part of which involves arousal and disorder. The presence of rocks, trees, grasslands, flowers, hills and pits, and … is a play and therapeutic environment. You can do some useful motor activity through the game, and avoid extreme environmental light and unpleasant smells, and relaxed by sitting under the trees. Also, the presence of blue and green colors in the warm and quiet range is seen in the surroundings during the spring season, which can be helpful in improving the learning process

In the process of sensory integrity, which involves the involvement of various senses of olfactory, auditory, visual, tactile, and taste, it is possible that all this sensation can be easily stimulated by attending a natural outdoor space such as forests, gardens, parks, and rehabilitation activities with relaxation. He practiced more with the child. The use of river water, soil, trunks and leaves in different sizes, colors and shapes, as well as their roughness or softness, the sound of water, wind, moving trees and birds with different zebras, can all be used to improve the skills and senses of people with autism Irritating

During the Nowruz and holidays, families can plant, plant and plant seeds and trees, and carry out activities such as shoveling, irrigation, spraying seeds, or making fire, breaking dry woods or recreational activities such as climbing a Using the tree rope or watering along the safe rivers and making family and happy games of this nature, make it more effective and more connected and more connected

Source: Quarterly of Autism, Special edition of Nowruz, April 1997