Early intervention is focus of preschool for children with autism

03/7/2010 | Blade (Toledo, Ohio), The

Educators at one preschool for children with autism are using Response to Intervention techniques to coax students to develop verbal communication skills. Intensive early intervention helps students become better prepared for school, educators and therapists say. "This diagnosis really requires a high degree of individual instruction," said a speech pathologist who co-founded the program.

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