Communicating with Young People who have Autism

In this information sheet you will find some general advice that will help parents, carers and education staff to get the most out of communication with a young person whose autism is more severe and affects them significantly day to day. This might be someone who has limited or no spoken communication and who needs support to engage successfully in day to day activities. This is a general information leaflet so you may find that some of the points are not relevant for your child but hopefully you will find something that is helpful for you!

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Top Tips for Communicating with Someone who has Autism