#412 Facilitating Peer Interaction...The Autism Podcast Series
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Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP of teachmetotalk.com for this one hour audio/video podcast. One of the core diagnostic features of autism is persistent deficits in social interaction and social communication across multiple settings and contexts. Many young children with characteristics of ASD seem to ignore or avoid interaction with people who are not in their immediate families, including children their own age. Many times parents think this problem is due to lack of exposure. While that may be true in some cases with kids with other language delays/disorders, when a child has characteristics of autism, that’s very likely NOT the problem. Learn how to help young children with autism begin to build relationships with kids their own age. using these 5 stages and specific activities and strategies. Find out what to do (and more!) in this podcast episode in The Autism Podcast Series. Therapists - get 1hour CE credit for only $5. Want the handout? Get it with purchase of the course at this link: https://teachmetotalk.com/ceu_course/asha-ceu-course-411-help-a-nonverbal-child-find-his-voice/ Purchase The Autism Workbook here: https://teachmetotalk.com/autism-workbook/ Other teachmetotalk.com podcasts you may find helpful: Help a Child Purposefully Vocalize https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YhlNQCcP9IA Teach a Toddler to Vocalize and Make Noise https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UZu_2KHO0vM&t=160s The Autism Podcast Series Playlist https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VT8VWJardCM&list=PLZHgZamjaez9NLX8y5I1Um8ruuTvw2T51
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