Keeping It Fun: Cutting-Edge Social Skills Instruction in Young Children with Autism

Early social development is connected to early language learning. We need to make sure that the young child with ASD is engaged in learning, and that teachers and parents become and remain the happy and fun conduit for learning. 

BY Alan Schnee, Ph.D., BCBA-D | December 2019 | Category: Family, Community + The Holidays

Keeping It Fun: Cutting-Edge Social Skills Instruction in Young Children with Autism

Anyone who reads the research related to language and social skills instruction for children with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) will find a dizzying array of targets such as learning to say “hello”, “listening and responding”, “initiating”, “teaching play skills”, “giving and accepting compliments”, saying “please and thank you”, “offering help”, etc.

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