Step 3: Exaggerated Emphasis
Some children who have been diagnosed on the autism spectrum, are not listening at key times. Steven talks about how to say key words so they are heard. With exaggerated emphasis, your child will hear you, and also see how you talk and be more likely to imitate speech movements.
- 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