In my debut article with The Autism Notebook, I review how there are 2 basic types of echolalia: delayed and immediate. Understanding the type of echolalia a child is using helps us determine why it happens and how we can help. I want to thank editor-in-chief Stacey for including my suggestions in her wonderful publication!
Read it HERE ---- About the author: Karen Kabaki-Sisto, M.S. CCC-SLP, has been a communication expert for over 20 years. As a certified Speech-Language Pathologist and Applied Behavior Analysis Instructor, Karen has been empowering people with autism & special needs to have more meaningful conversations like never before. Her highly effective I CAN! For Autism Method™ - perfected for over 10 years and now incorporated within the iPad app “I Can Have Conversations With You!™” - is changing lives through improved social and language skills. It is 100% fun for both kids and adults to use! Join the conversation at www.iCanForAutism.com.