Red Flags That Your Child May Have Autism

Autism RED FLAGS OF POSSIBLE AUTISM IN THE KINDERGARTEN AND PRE-PRIMARY YEARS Communication Skills These children: Do not generally share observation or experiences with peers or family members. Have little to no eye contact. May have limited to no speech. They may often repeat words / phrases, and this is referred to as echolalia. Tend…

Phonological Disorder _ PHONEME COLLAPSE This is a term used to describe the situation when a child uses a single consonant sound in place of other consonant sounds. The more extensive the phoneme collapse is, the more unintelligible the child’s speech, due to the large number of sounds that are being substituted. The child may…