Nicki Worth
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Simple, Everyday Strategies to Support Children who have Autism..Although autism and its related conditions can be very complex to work with and can vary greatly between children it is often the case that simple and straight forward approaches and strategies can be the most effective in producing positive results. The following are some strategies that are easy to implement in a classroom, home or other environment where children with autism may be present.

Simple, Everyday Strategies to Support Children who have Autism..Although autism and its related conditions can be very complex to work with and can vary greatly between children it is often the case that simple and straight forward approaches and strategies can be the most effective in producing positive results. The following are some strategies that are easy to implement in a classroom, home or other environment where children with autism may be present.

Old Lady Articulation: An old trash can, a picture of an old lady, tape, and a list of words (the website has pre-made cards)

Old Lady Articulation: An old trash can, a picture of an old lady, tape, and a list of words (the website has pre-made cards)

"Monster, Monster, did you eat something yummy? What letter can we find in your tummy?" Put cards with Phase 2/3/4/5 sounds on them.

"Monster, Monster, did you eat something yummy? What letter can we find in your tummy?" Put cards with Phase 2/3/4/5 sounds on them.

Using PECS with Mr. Potato head to work on body parts (expressive and receptive language). www.autismtank.blogspot.com

Using PECS with Mr. Potato head to work on body parts (expressive and receptive language). www.autismtank.blogspot.com

This is a gooder, especially for any friends with babies who happen to creep on my SLP Pinterest boards for speech/language development info. You know who you are. :)

This is a gooder, especially for any friends with babies who happen to creep on my SLP Pinterest boards for speech/language development info. You know who you are. :)