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

Want to help your child with autism communicate?

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

Subscribe to rethink autism today and join the hundreds and hundreds of parents who have taken the first step towards teaching their children to communicate more effectively. 

For some practical ways you can encourage your child’s communication and language skills, click this picture above to watch the video, expanding Language Part Two.

For the full-length lesson videos, Making Requests by Pointing, Making Requests By Giving a Picture Card, Answering “What do you want?” By Using a Communication Device, and Answering Social Questions Using a Voice-Output Device, log in or subscribe to rethink autism now.

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