Joint Attention Games- for more ideas and resources follow http://www.pinterest.com/angelajuvic/autism-special-needs/

Joint Attention Games- for more ideas and resources follow http://www.pinterest.com/angelajuvic/autism-special-needs/

Establishing Joint Attention: Therapy for Children Who Aren’t Tuned In - Speech And Language Kids

Establishing Joint Attention: Therapy for Children Who Aren’t Tuned In - Speech And Language Kids

Joint attention is one of the first pieces of social communication to develop in children, beginning as early as six months of age.

Joint attention is one of the first pieces of social communication to develop in children, beginning as early as six months of age.

Site with lots of games for kids with autism to learn joint attention, interaction skills, etc

Site with lots of games for kids with autism to learn joint attention, interaction skills, etc

Joint Attention

Joint Attention

Joint Attention - Handout for Parents of Toddlers targeted Joint Attention in Therapy

Joint Attention - Handout for Parents of Toddlers targeted Joint Attention in Therapy

As a school based OTR, I am constantly practicing till I get it right. I learned about Joint attention routines from behavioral therapists and autism specialists. As a result I created some templates that would encourage play behavior. Shazam..... special education team members then went on to create their own activities.

As a school based OTR, I am constantly practicing till I get it right. I learned about Joint attention routines from behavioral therapists and autism specialists. As a result I created some templates that would encourage play behavior. Shazam..... special education team members then went on to create their own activities.

Have you been looking for a  fun and motivating activity to work on eye gaze, joint attention, body language and facial expressions for your students with pragmatic language disorders?  Visual scavenger hunts is a versatile product which can be used to strengthen joint attention, comprehension of facial expressions and eye contact with students who are on the autism spectrum.

Have you been looking for a fun and motivating activity to work on eye gaze, joint attention, body language and facial expressions for your students with pragmatic language disorders? Visual scavenger hunts is a versatile product which can be used to strengthen joint attention, comprehension of facial expressions and eye contact with students who are on the autism spectrum.

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