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Talking to Young Children with ASD Matters, New Study Shows

According to a new study, very young children with Autism Spectrum Disorder who hear more words and have more back-and-forth conversations with their parents tend to have better language skills at age two. In this article, we share how you can encourage conversations.

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Making Predictions with a Boomer’s Big Day 

Big Guy Took my Ball book cover

Reading comprehension is about more than understanding the information conveyed in the pictures and text of a book. To really understand a story, children must also fill in what the writer is “saying” but hasn’t specifically stated. In other words, children need to read between the lines to grasp the overall message of a story.

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