Step 1: Identify Key Words
Steven explains how important it is to identify key items and experiences that your child wants. It is critical that you assign key words for your child's favorite items and experiences. Your child with autism is likely to learn and try to say one or more of these key words.
- Getting Your Child with Autism to Talk
- Step 1: Identify Key Words
- Step 2: Restricting Access to Increase Communication
- Step 3: Exaggerated Emphasis
- Step 4: "Pairing" words with What They Represent
- Step 5: Motivate your child to talk using time delay