Circles of Communication: An Integrative Developmental Language Learning Approach for Individuals with Autism and Other Neurodevelopmental Differences

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Presenter: Amy Pinder, MA, CCC-SLP

Engaging, experience-based interactions rich in auditory, visual, tactile, and kinesthetic opportunities are imperative for developing robust, functional communication. Because individuals with autism have difficulty acquiring adequate speech and language skills through typical interactions, a systematic, supportive approach that mimics the typical developmental process is effective. Circles of Communication combines Neuro-semantic Language Learning Theory, mindfulness strategies, movement routines, DIR-FCD principles, and multi-sensory experiential learning to strengthen language processing pathways and support the use of language as a tool for moving, thinking, initiating, socializing, and communicating.

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Presenter: Amy Pinder, MA, CCC-SLP

Engaging, experience-based interactions rich in auditory, visual, tactile, and kinesthetic opportunities are imperative for developing robust, functional communication. Because individuals with autism have difficulty acquiring adequate speech and language skills through typical interactions, a systematic, supportive approach that mimics the typical developmental process is effective. Circles of Communication combines Neuro-semantic Language Learning Theory, mindfulness strategies, movement routines, DIR-FCD principles, and multi-sensory experiential learning to strengthen language processing pathways and support the use of language as a tool for moving, thinking, initiating, socializing, and communicating.

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