Kids w/ Autism at Lunchtime - Cafeteria Conversation Tips (video)


The whole school day long, teachers are reminding kids not to talk during lessons. Ready to burst, kids can’t wait until lunchtime to start gabbing. But, kids with autism are usually left out of these conversations. In part, this is because they’re not sure how to begin or join in on a conversation. Lunchtime in the cafeteria is the perfect place and time for your kids to chat with their friends and build stronger friendships. There are many ways to have a conversation and many aspects of conversation to consider. Use these suggestions as a guide to explain and practice at home with your child!

Are you eager to help your child communicate better but not sure where to begin?

Hi! I'm Karen Kabaki-Sisto, an autism communication expert for over 20 years.

If your child with autism talks, he or she likely has difficulties understanding and expressing words, gestures, and feelings. I created this user-friendly tool to turn your observations into real insights about:

 

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Upon completion, you'll instantly receive a detailed report of your child's current communication strengths and weaknesses. Over time, you can make new assessments (as often as you'd like) to monitor her or his progress.

 

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What you will learn...

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