Naturalistic early communication interventions: The importance of culture, context and partners
Naturalistic communication interventions are an evidence based practice for young children with autism, developmental disabilities or significant language impairment. These interventions optimise adult strategies for modeling, responding, expanding and prompting language and social communication in natural environments for the purpose of teaching new functional language skills to young children with significant language impairment.
Learning Sciences Institute Australia invites you to their latest presentation in the LSIA Dialogue Series. Come along to this presentation by Professor Ann P. Kaiser PhD on 19 August.