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Help Your Students with Autism to Communicate

By Rosemarie Griffin
Communicate with Me eBook by Rose Griffin

When I first started in the field of speech pathology and applied behavioral analysis, I felt very overwhelmed when I worked with a little one who was pre-verbal or struggling to find a way to communicate with the world.

It can also be hard for new therapists, special education teachers, paraprofessionals and parents of children with autism and/or severe speech delays to understand ABA and speech therapy terms when a team begins to collaborate to help a nonverbal little one in preschool. 

To make your journey a little easier, I have created an eBook called Communicate With Me. It will help you understand more clearly what the terms mand, tact, echoic, and intraverbal mean, as well as how you can incorporate ABA activities into your therapy sessions, autism classrooms, and routines to help your students. 

Communicate with Me by Rose Griffin

Even though it can be a difficult task at times to help those who are nonverbal, it is so fulfilling to help them find their voices and achieve their goals. 

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