Literacy

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EarlyLiteracyLiteracy is one area where kids on the autism spectrum usually struggle. Even if they are wonderful readers, the other skills: comprehension, analysis and generalization of themes, rarely develop. The Center for Engaging Autism is dedicated to addressing this issue since we all know how pivotal literacy is to academic and lifelong success. Attend one of our innovative parent workshops on how you can develop the literacy skills your child on the spectrum needs to be successful. Research shows us that when addressed early, before reading even begins, these skills can be developed. Keep watching this blog as we post the latest research, strategies and curriculum to promote literacy in children of all abilities!

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