Autism Tip: Help Your Child Advance His Conversation Skills

Autism Tip: Help Your Child Advance His Conversation Skills

Having a conversation requires many different skills that children with autism often struggle with. Teach these skills one at a time to help start your child off on the right foot.

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This week’s tip is based on advanced lessons from our Social / Emotional lesson category

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having a meaningful conversation with someone requires both listening and speaking skills for children with autism this can be very challenging teaching each conversational skills separately can help your child start off on the right foot here are some skills you can teach your child to help them learn the art of having a conversation use visual aids to teach your child how to sustain a conversation on the topic teach your child how to respond when friends ask him questions and when friends make comments you can also teach your child how to join an ongoing conversation what do you like blue I do I like blue too and when not to I studied psychology oh you did me too no to learn how to teach these conversational skills and many more go to the social emotional category in a lesson library at the lesson you want and review the complete step by step video and lesson plan thanks for watching and we’ll see you next time..

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