• Joint attention

    Joint attention Often children with Autism will not engage by making eye contact with another person or follow one’s gaze to a particular object. Non-verbal cues include pointing and gesturing. These reciprocal observations or lack of sharing a gaze may be the first indication that intervention is crucial for social development. Joint attention and joint engagement improve communication skills for those with ASD.

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