5 Ways to Encourage Functional Communication in Autistic Children

Autism Communication

Most of us think that communication happens only through words. That’s only one form of communication, known as verbal communication. There are other forms of communication, and we all engage in such communication in our daily lives. For example, when we communicate through gestures or facial expressions, we engage in non-verbal communication. Similarly, written words, like the ones you are reading now, are another form to express ourselves. Children, especially those with special needs like autism, often face difficulty in communicating their needs effectively. As a parent or a child…

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