Physical education is the compulsory area to be concentrated for children with autism. It is through physical education that children with autism can be recovered slowly from their disability. Making them active and alive is a critical concern and it is essential for their health future life.
Children with autism, when introduced to physical activities may disappoint initially due to their inherent unwillingness to adapt with a new system or set up. This inappropriateness in their behaviour along with healthy physical status is the critical duo that can be achieved with e strict physical education training programme.
The possessiveness in nature can be changed by engaging them in physical activities. These activities include lots of muscular activities such as jumping, running, skipping etc. Establishment of relationships, creative and effective involvement in groups, decision making abilities, scenario judging skills etc are some of the critical things achieved by a child of autism when exposed to continuous physical activities.