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4 Little-Known Things To Help Your Child With Autism Converse Spontaneously

Does your child on the spectrum usually only speak when you ask him or her a question? Does it sometimes seem hard for your child to keep up with the back-and-forth flow of conversation? In this helpful article, I introduce 4 supportive ways to apply 'brain-based learning principles' to overcome important communication challenges that arise when starting and maintaining engaging conversations. You’ll get an in-depth perspective on:

  • Helping your child learn new types of conversation starters.

  • Inspiring him or her to respond verbally to your body language, 'hook' words, and curiosity.

  • How to build a deeper emotional connection to new experiences that he or she will be excited to tell others about.

If you need a new approach to get your child with autism becoming more independent and spontaneous socially, read these suggestions and put them to use right away. Remember to share with other families who can benefit, too! :) GO TO THE ARTICLE »

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:







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.


Easy-to-follow and so necessary! 

What you will learn...

By submitting your E-mail, you'll receive a link to my FREE Communication Assessment Tool and ideas for overcoming communication challenges your verbal child with autism may be experiencing. I'll also send my personal E-mail address to connect with me directly about your concerns!  ~Karen :)

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