We know that students with autism struggle with their ability to generalize their skills. So a student may be able to label a picture that he/she has seen in therapy with the speech therapist but may not be able to label a slightly different picture of the same item. Using multiple examples helps our students…

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Working on comprehension skills with students with autism can be difficult. Starting with a robust language assessment is always the first step. We need to identify if it is functional for our students to work on answering “WH” questions. Once that has been determined, working on them can help our students increase their receptive and…

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