Abstract: International statistics show a significant increase in the proportion of the existence of autistic children attaining about 3% of the number of children with special needs. This percentage is high compared to other child-related statistics. However, they researched various problems arising from the following question:
How effective is a training educational program to a sample of autistic children’s mothers in developing some daily-life skills in autistic children. Therefore, this study presents a discussion and an attempt to interpret the results of the study. This include the verification of hypotheses in the existence of the differences between pre and post tests in the average grade life skills of children with autism for both the control and the experimental
groups after the application of the program.