Overview
All children with autism spectrum disorders have difficulty with social communication. One in three children with autism has difficulty producing understandable speech sounds. Speech-language pathologists, also known as SLPs or speech therapists, can help children with autism address these challenges with a customized program that may include exercises, individual and small group therapy, and assistive devices.

What does it involve?
When choosing a speech therapist, make sure to find one who has experience working with children with autism spectrum disorders.

Autism can affect children’s communication abilities in many different ways, including language dev... read more

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