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Increasing Expressive Communication

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This site is about increasing expressive communication for children with autism.

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Communication Development in Children with Autism

Communication Development in Children with Autism | Autism Communication Development | Scoop.it
For parents and speech-language pathologists: get research-based programs, workshops & resources to help children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
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Hanen approach to building communication skills

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Social isolation - NAS

Social isolation - NAS | Autism Communication Development | Scoop.it
People on the autism spectrum can experience social isolation. We'll look at the possible reasons for this, and ways in which people, their family, friends and carers can improve matters.
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This site is about social isolation and how to deal with it.

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Supporting Learning in the Student with Autism

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This site is about supporting communication in children who have autism.

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This site has tips on how to support communication in children who are autistic.

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Social Communication and Language Characteristics Associated with High Functioning, Verbal Children and Adults with ASD

Individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) who are fluently verbal are not free of language and communication challenges. The purpose of this article is to assist others in recognizing and understanding the subtle and not so subtle problems that do
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This site is about social communication of verbal children who have autism.

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Autism - Autism Spectrum Disorders

Autism - Autism Spectrum Disorders | Autism Communication Development | Scoop.it
General information about autism spectrum disorders: autism symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and additional resources.
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This site gives the difference between Autism and Social (Pragmatic) Communication Disorder

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How Autism Affects Communication

How Autism Affects Communication | Autism Communication Development | Scoop.it
Designed to help parents promote communication in young children with autism, Hanen's Autism Awareness Page is filled with helpful information like communication and play tips and helpful articles.
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This site gives information of the different ranges of Autism and how it affects communication

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Autism Spectrum Disorder: Communication Problems in Children | NIDCD

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Visual Strategies for Autism

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This site gives information on visual strategies for children who have autism

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Autism, PDD-NOS & Asperger's fact sheets | Basic strategies for better communication in children with Autism or Asperger's

Autism, PDD-NOS & Asperger's fact sheets | Basic strategies for better communication in children with Autism or Asperger's | Autism Communication Development | Scoop.it
Information for parents on keeping language simple, establishing eye contact, and other other

strategies that will help their child develop better social skills
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5 Ways to Encourage Communication with a Non Verbal Child Diagnosed with Autism - Friendship Circle - Special Needs Blog

5 Ways to Encourage Communication with a Non Verbal Child Diagnosed with Autism - Friendship Circle - Special Needs Blog | Autism Communication Development | Scoop.it
Five crucial tips for communicating with a non verbal or minimally verbal child diagnosed with autism.
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This site gives tips on how to encourage communication

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Supporting Learning in the Student with Autism

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This site is about supporting communication in children who have autism.

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Communication in Autistic Disorders

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Helping children with autism or Asperger's improve communication and social skills. Parent education and self-help materials based on latest research and guideline.
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This site discusses research being conducted to improve communication for people with autism.

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Communicating and interacting - NAS

Communicating and interacting - NAS | Autism Communication Development | Scoop.it
Guidance on communicating and interacting with autistic people, how to help them to develop their communication skills, and what sort of support systems are available.
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This site gives information on how to communicate with a person who is autistic.

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ERIC - Pivotal Response Treatments for Autism: Communication, Social, and Academic Development, Brookes Publishing Company, 2006

Recognized as one of the top state-of-the-art treatments for autism in the United States, the innovative Pivotal Response Treatment uses natural learning opportunities to target and modify key behaviors in children with autism, leading to widespread positive effects on communication, behavior, and social skills. The product of 20 years of research from Robert and Lynn Koegel-co-founders of the renowned Autism Research Center at the University of California, Santa Barbara-- this proven approach is now clearly presented in one accessible book. Keeping parents involved in every aspect of behavioral intervention, therapists and educators of children from preschool to elementary school will use the research-supported PRT strategies to: (1) advance children's communication and language skills, even in extremely challenging cases; (2) foster social interactions and friendships with typically developing peers; (3) reduce disruptive behaviors by combining functional assessment with
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This sight gives different strategies on how to treat communication issues with children who have Autism.

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