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One of the best ways to engage your young child with an Autism Spectrum Disorder(ASD) is through play. Play experiences provide the opportunity for your child to explore sensory experiences, learn turn taking and sharing skills and interacting with other adults and children. It is quite common for young children with ASD to have a limited concept of play and they may choose to focus on only a few toys which they may become fixated on or they may play with in a repetitive way. As a parent of a young child with ASD you can help your child develop…

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