Step 2: Restricting Access to Increase Communication
Steven talks about a very important practice that, if done correctly, can result in a dramatic increase in your child's desire to communicate. If your child has limited access to key toys, items and experiences, your child will have a much greater need to communicate.
- 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