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Receiving an Autism diagnosis for a loved one can be a challenging and emotional experience. Communication is essential for building relationships, expressing needs and desires, and participating fully in the world around us. Persons with Autism possess unique strengths and abilities, and promoting their language skills is a key component to unlocking their potential.
Language is a powerful tool that shapes our experiences and interactions with the world around us. It is the foundation for communication, self-expression, and building relationships with others. We believe that a strong language foundation is essential for promoting social connections, positive mental health, a strong sense of self, and improving overall quality of life.
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As a passionate advocate for promoting literacy, I believe that learning to read is one of the most critical skills a child can acquire. The ability to read is fundamental to success in school and beyond, but unfortunately, many children are plagued with reading disorders that have debilitating impact on their self-esteem and success at school. Fortunately reading disorders can be mitigated through explicit instruction using evidence-based methods.
Articulation (speech) is an important component to effective communication. While ‘speech’ and ‘language’ are often used interchangeably, they are in fact two separate entities. Speech refers to the mechanics of producing sounds and words, while language encompasses the broader system of communication that includes vocabulary, grammar, and social skills. Speech disorders can significantly impact a child’s ability to be understood, and to interact with their peers.