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Rethink Autism Tip: Expand Your Child's Language with Incidental Teaching - YouTube

Rethink Autism Tip: Expand Your Child's Language with Incidental Teaching - YouTube

Dispelling Myths About ABA-  rethinkautism you tube channel

Dispelling Myths About ABA- rethinkautism you tube channel

Rethink Autism Tip: Help Structure Your Child's Free Time

Rethink Autism Tip: Help Structure Your Child's Free Time

Video-Autism 204- Supporting Speech, Language and Communication with Mobile Technology-Marci Revelli, a speech-language pathologist and augmentative/alternative communication specialist at Seattle Children's Hospital discusses how mobile technology can support a range of communication skills including speech production, language understanding, language use, and functional communication.

Video-Autism 204- Supporting Speech, Language and Communication with Mobile Technology-Marci Revelli, a speech-language pathologist and augmentative/alternative communication specialist at Seattle Children's Hospital discusses how mobile technology can support a range of communication skills including speech production, language understanding, language use, and functional communication.

After 150 years, the search for the meaning behind Alice’s fantastical excursions has provoked many elaborate theories. Here are five of the most popular

Alice in Wonderland – what does it all mean?

After 150 years, the search for the meaning behind Alice’s fantastical excursions has provoked many elaborate theories. Here are five of the most popular

This video provides an example of teaching reading/phonics with the use of TAG (teaching with acoustical guidance).  With the use of a TAG approach, this child successfully learned to sound out words and improved fluency with reading within one evening.      To read a published article involving the use of TAG, visit: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2938948/pdf/jaba-43-03-463.pdf.     To read more about (ABA), the science behind the sound, visit: http://www.behaviorbabe.com

This video provides an example of teaching reading/phonics with the use of TAG (teaching with acoustical guidance). With the use of a TAG approach, this child successfully learned to sound out words and improved fluency with reading within one evening. To read a published article involving the use of TAG, visit: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2938948/pdf/jaba-43-03-463.pdf. To read more about (ABA), the science behind the sound, visit: http://www.behaviorbabe.com

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