Shape that  into something  functional

Picture so i like the way that it all  links up but um definitely the the main  thing is is that we want to shape that  into something that’s um more functional  and like you said like having options  like it can it can be that they just  look at that they just learn to even  like look at you and then they might get  what they want they might be able to  point or if that’s something that they  can’t tolerate or they can’t do yet we  can work with that um it might be that  they just vocalize um might be that  we’re using um  they’re just touching the picture or  pointing to it or do we want to do a  picture exchange so the main thing is um  as coaches here we can  you know depending on the individual  child we can shape that into something  that um becomes more functional so  getting away from this  to the child becoming independent and  eventually you know the child can come  and get you either they bring you a  visual or  and they can come and get you from any  room  and be able to independently request  and get questions  yeah um anybody who’s had this  experience of kiddos um  having this frustration moment doing um  hand dragging or  um crying as their main form of um  communication pop it in the chat we’d  love to  be able to directly address things that  you’re struggling with.


WORKSHOP (clip): Communication for early Learners
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WORKSHOP (clip): Communication for early Learners
Our early learners have two primary phases in their communication development- the first is communication to meet their needs and the second is communication to connect with others. How do we work with our early learned based on their primary motivation for communication? How do we understand where are child is at with the communication development? Our Senior Coach Ella Bailey is exploring this concept and brainstorming strategies with parents in the group session this week!
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Autism 360
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