Author: Sam Flatman

HOW TO HELP YOUR CHILD DEVELOP SOCIAL SKILLS THROUGH COOPERATIVE PLAY

From Autism Parenting Magazine Socializing forms a big part of our everyday lives. From exchanging polite conversation with strangers to cementing lasting relationships with our family and friends, the ability to talk and engage with our peers is an incredibly useful skill to have. But for those with autism, being social doesn’t always come naturally. Children usually pick up on social cues at an early age by watching their parents and attempting to imitate the way they behave. But for children with autism, it is far more difficult to understand the actions of the people around them. Simple facial...

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