Deborah Crawford, MS, CCC-SLP will present "Echolalia and Autism: Understanding Its Function and Expanding Self-Generated Language" on Thursday, December 2, 2021, from 11:30 a.m. - 12:45 p.m. EST as part of the CARD Fall Training Series.
Children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) may often engage in echolalia. This can present as repeating what someone has said or even lines from television shows and movies. Although it may seem meaningless, research has shown that echolalia is a purposeful function of communication. This training will discuss how children with ASD learn language and dive into the reasoning behind their usage of echolalia. The speaker will provide strategies for teaching and expanding the language of children with ASD while exploring self-generated language.
By the end of the training, attendees will be able to:
Education professionals, healthcare professionals, related service providers, family members and community members are all invited to attend.
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Contact Email : CARDOutreachandTraining@KennedyKrieger.org>
Baby Navigator is collaborating with the Reading Rockets to bring this webinar series to you. We watch videos together that show how to turn activities you’re doing everyday into learning moments for your baby . . . how to support your baby through challenging moments to get ahead of the terrible twos . . . and much more. These simple moments matter. Especially because your baby’s brain is developing at an amazing rate. What you do and say now can make all the difference.
Each webinar will cover the following agenda:
What does it take to learn to talk — gestures, sounds, actions and more
How to support your baby’s learning in everyday activities
How to get ahead of the terrible twos
Why join Baby Navigator — learn about our free online resources and tools from pregnancy until your baby turns 24 months old
We will feature new content and videos each webinar to focus our conversation about social communication milestones in babies from birth to 24 months and how to support your baby’s learning.
Contact Name : Autism Navigator
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Support group open to all adults. Meeting begins with general announcements about upcoming activities, followed by individual introductions and the invitation to share one "golden moment" you've experienced during the previous month. Following that, there will be time for questions and follow-up discussion as well as further opportunity for group support and socialization. Some meetings will have speakers on topics of interest to the autism community in the Baltimore area.
Light refreshments and handouts available along with access to our lending library.
Please be aware that support group meetings are for adults as some topics discussed may not be suitable for children, and child care is not provided.
For information about ASBC, call our phone line at 410-655-7933 or email email@example.com
Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital, 3rd Floor Conference Room
1708 W Rogers Ave
Baltimore, MD 21209
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