Developing speech and language skills in kids with autism
Created by Veethika Kapur Updated on Jul 30, 2020
Children with autism often face difficulties in speech and language, and rely more on gestures to communicate their needs. Unlike neurotypical kids, speech and language do not develop organically, and have to be taught step by step to kids on the autism spectrum. Veetika Kapur, an audiologist shares her insights and advice with parents for developing and strengthening speech and language skiils in their children to help them communicate more effectively, thus paving way for a more independent, functional and meaningful life.