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Teaching Imitation Skills

We all learn by watching others and copying their actions. One of the most important ways young children learn is through imitation. Generally, a child will learn to imitate movement before they learn to imitate sounds through speech. Even though motor imitation is not directly related to language development, teaching a child to imitate body movements is helpful because it teaches a child valuable imitation skills. Read More

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Imitation with Identical Objects

When working with pre-verbal children establishing imitation is very important as a building block for social and language skills.  When children struggle with imitation skills it is most often due to cognitive delays and/or autism spectrum disorders.   Read More

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Imitation with Identical Objects

When working with pre-verbal children establishing imitation is very important as a building block for social and language skills.  When children struggle with imitation skills it is most often due to cognitive delays and/or autism spectrum disorders.   Read More

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