Part 1: Best Practices for Working with Young Children on the Autism Spectrum with Limited Language

This workshop focuses on building the communication skills of young children with ASD. Specifically, we will explore the importance of joint attention and promoting pragmatic language skills.

This workshop focuses on building the communication skills of young children with ASD. Specifically, we will explore the importance of joint attention and promoting pragmatic language skills. We will take a deep dive into play based instruction as a tool to develop language, looking at some elements of the D.I.R/floor time model. Participants will review video clips of young children with ASD and identify best practices for promoting communication and language development.

Intended Audience

Grades K-12 Special Educators
Administrators
Curriculum Specialists
Instructional Coaches

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