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Autism and Education: Communication and Behavioral Aspects

This guide addresses autistic children's behavioral, communicative and educational needs.


Children learn to communicate and behave in different ways. Some autistic children will not talk at all. Others are reclusive. A variety of methods are used to communicate with an autistic child and to teach an autistic children how to interact with others.

The resources on this page will direct you to information about various techniques and styles used to help children with autism communicate and become socially active. 



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