PLAY, LAUGH, LEARN LANGUAGE – and Autism

PLAY, LAUGH, LEARN LANGUAGE – and Autism

Aspergers, Autism, Communication

Why is PLAYTIME so important for my child with autism’s communication skills? The Link Between Play and Learning PLAY is more than just fun and games for infants and children. Communication begins before we even learn to talk. In the first few months of life, babies learn to communicate by listening to voices and sounds,…

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Will Using PECS Stop the Development of Speech?

Communication

PECS is an efficient mode of communication for children who are non-verbal and children who “speak” but have difficulties being understood by others. In this way, a child’s pictures act as their “words” while speech and language skills are still developing, which in turn is likely to reduce frustration and behaviours associated with communication breakdowns.

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