Children with communications delays often find it difficult to include their parents when playing with a toy.This is troublesome because successful play interactions provide virtually endless opportunities for learning - particularly about social relationships and communication. As part of the Parent Education Program, we will take a close look at your child's behavior and find out what you can do to make play interactions more successful and gratifying.
This study is designed for toddlers between 16 and 24 months of age who show early signs of autism or show specific delays in communication.
Your child may be eligible to participate if you answer 'no' to several of the following questions:
Please contact the office of Dr Connie Kasari at 310-206-1268
Originally created: 18 Jun 2009 Current author: System Admin
Jane & Terry Semel Institute for Neuroscience & Human Behavior
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