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verbal behaviorAlmost all people with autism have issues with speech and language. Sometimes these issues are obvious; many people with autism are non-verbal or use speech very poorly. Sometimes the issues relate not to articulation or grammar but to "speech pragmatics" (the use of speech to build social relationships). Across the board, though, speech and language therapy is likely to be helpful for people with autism.

Some of the most popular thrapies in this area are:

Speech Language Therapy - improve the communication skills of children with autism

August 22, 2011
Speech Language Therapy: About one out of three people with autism has trouble producing speech sounds to effectively communicate with others. Autism can…
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Kaufman Speech to Language Protocol

August 22, 2011
The Kaufman Speech to Language Protocol is a way of teaching children with apraxia of speech the easiest way of saying words until they have increased…
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