Communication

There are a number of factors that need to be taken into consideration when we think about what communication entails. When we talk about children with ASD being 90% visual and 10% auditory then we need to develop strategies and approaches to ensure they have the opportunities to communicate in their individual way and are not overwhelmed by the increased auditory stimulation of the classroom. Typically by school age children will: Understand left and right Be able to follow a three part instruction eg 'get your pencil case, take out your book and print the date at the top of…

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