Understanding the Nonverbal Communication of Children with Autism
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Pat Mirenda (2005) stated that individuals with autism will communicate using the “most effective and efficient means possible.” For many students with autism, behavior may be the only means available to communicate a need or frustration. For other students, behavior serves as a backup system, when their primary mode of communication is not effective. Sign up for this webinar to learn about how to identify nonverbal communication in students with autism before a communication breakdown occurs.
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