Building Communication and Independence for Children Across the Autism Spectrum - Strategies to Address Minimal Language, Echolalia and Behavior - Autism Awareness
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Building Communication and Independence for Children Across the Autism Spectrum – Strategies to Address Minimal Language, Echolalia and Behavior

Author: Elizabeth Ives Field
Publishing Info: Paperback 208 pages / November 2020
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Expert author Elizabeth Ives Field combines over four decades of working in the autism field to provide functional, in-depth teaching strategies for children on the spectrum who struggle with communication. Incorporating descriptions of composite children at different developmental stages, this book sets out individual goals and therapy approaches for children who may have no speech, moderately functional speech or echolalia, as well as for highly verbal individuals who may not always use appropriate language.

Covering a wide range of interventions that address communication and the related areas of independence and social behavior, the purpose of each goal is to make progress toward the child’s maximum potential. This book sets out skills that are developmentally appropriate and that will be immediately useful to help children express themselves more effectively and build relationships with others.

$38.95