In the intervention program for children with autism and stunting, The most important goals are two: [Self-care] and [Social Intercourse]. Judging from the combination and distribution of nine aspects of children’s development: Self-care is approximately equal to: Big Motion + Fine Motion + Understanding + Rules of Behavior. Social interaction is about equal to: Cognition + understanding + expression + social experience. Children’s abilities are differentiated. Generally speaking, The better the autistic children develop the above abilities, The greater his radius of motion, In other words, The more things they can accomplish. In fact, Autism is a group of pedigree disorders with similar symptoms but different limitations on children’s abilities. Children with different abilities, After training the day after tomorrow, The level of function that can be achieved is also different. Children with high-function autism are not low in ability, Generally, only proper intervention is required, You can go to an ordinary primary school, Learning and living with ordinary children, And there is some social interaction. If the intervention is good, They can easily basically acquire self-care and social skills. After the intervention of moderately functional autistic children, They have the ability to take care of themselves and some social skills. [Self-care] This goal is not very difficult, but social intercourse is much more difficult. After intervention, children with low-function autism can achieve a certain degree of self-care, which is already relatively successful. Why should they accept intervention? This part of the study is very necessary, It is of greater significance to parents. 1. It can reduce the burden of one’s body, economy and time. 2. It can reduce one’s pressure. Because if you can know at any time that your children are doing what, You don’t need to watch 24 hours a day. 3. Children who have recovered, It can even act as a small helper. There are many successful examples of autism recovery. For example, Tao Yang, the archetype of the movie “Ocean Paradise”, is a typical low-function autistic child. Under the premise of good sense of rules and self-care ability, he can let his mother not worry at all, but also maintain good relations with the people around him. Even after the death of his father who took care of him, he can take care of himself. What intervention should be carried out? Whether it is a special child or not, it is very necessary and of practical significance to establish a certain degree of self-care ability. Below I attach a part of topics on children’s self-care, including age and content, which can be compared by everyone. Eating skills 5-12 months: take food with your fingers and eat. Be able to hold a spoon; Can be drunk in cups with the help of adults; Chew biscuits by yourself. 1-2 years old: use spoon but overflow; Can sip through a straw can drink in a cup. 3-4 years old: take food with toothpicks; You can pour out drinks with a handle pot without assistance. 4-5 years old: you can spread butter and jam on bread with a knife. Proper use of spoons, forks and knives; Use chopsticks to clip food. Dressing skills 5-12 months: can reach out to help put on clothes. 1-2 years old: can take off shoes and socks; Able to unzip. 2-3 years old: able to put on shoes and socks; Can pull down trousers; Able to take off one’s coat; Able to untie big buttons and snap buttons. 3-4 years old: able to put on trousers; Can wear and take off clothes when there is no tie; Able to buckle snap buttons. 4-5 years old: able to wear and take off T-shirts; Can untie small buttons and fasten small buttons; Able to pull and close open zipper. 5-6 years old: can wear and take off ordinary clothes and buttons by oneself; Can tie shoelaces. Toilet skills 1-2 years old: can sit and go to the toilet under instructions. 2-3 years old: can carry out defecation and urination training. 3-4 years old: can go to the toilet by oneself when defecating. 4-5 years old: can complete the toilet process (including flushing and wiping) when defecating. Toilet skills 2-3 years old: can wash hands and wipe hands with assistance. 3-4 years old: wash face by oneself; Can wash the body under instructions and can wipe the body by oneself; Able to brush your teeth by yourself under instructions. 4-5 years old: grooming and brushing your teeth by yourself; Try to blow your nose. 5-6 years old: take a bath by yourself. Home skills 2-3 years old: can take away toys when asked by others; Able to hang rags on hooks. 5-6: Help with housework when ordered. Life skills 2-3: Able to avoid danger and report injuries when playing with companions. 3-4: Able to get on and off the school bus without assistance. 4-5: Able to walk around neighbors without crossing the road.