Communication & Interaction

Teaching communication through the imaginative and give-and-take nature of play can help children with autism learn to communicate in other situations. Being able to effectively convey their message and express their needs or feelings will often reduce frustration and promote positive interactions with others. Playful, low-stress opportunities for communication can be created through turn taking while playing games, requesting and talking about pieces of puzzles or other assembly toys, engaging in dress-up activities, and singing along with a music video or CD.

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