Just because some children with autism can speak doesn’t mean they can’t communicate…

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Although some children with autism have difficulty communicating with spoken language, they can be taught to communicate effectively in other ways.

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For some practical ways you can encourage your child’s communication and language skills, click below for this weeks video,

Expanding Language Part Two.

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