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SAN DIEGO, Feb. 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- ASD Language is a new program that teaches life-changing skills to children with autism who have minimal language. Through a series of carefully constructed workbooks, children learn to:
In daily sessions carried out by parents or professionals, children labeled as "low functioning" learn powerful communication skills that enable many of them to enter regular, as opposed to special, education. The end result is a transformation in their lives and in the lives of their families. ASD Language is an invaluable component both in improving quality of life and reducing the cost of care.
The ASD Language program:
Dr. Marion Blank, co-creator of the program says, "ASD Language includes all the most valuable tools that my partner Dr. Suzanne Goh and I have accumulated over the past 40 years in our work at Harvard and Columbia. These techniques have brought about incredible results for so many children that we felt compelled to share them with a wider audience."
A comment from Clara Jackson, a parent of a child with autism, is typical: "Before we started ASD Language, our son's speech was limited to labeling colors, shapes, and objects. A few months into the program, he started using language to converse with us spontaneously. We were shocked by how fast he made progress."
You can find out more about this program at http://www.ASDLanguage.com/.
About ASD Language: Grounded in psycholinguistic research, ASD Language enables children with ASD (2+ years) to master a wide range of skills needed for effective language and communication. Dr. Marion Blank is a developmental psychologist and world-renowned expert in the field of language intervention for children with learning disabilities. Dr. Suzanne Goh is a pediatric neurologist, Rhodes Scholar, and graduate of Harvard Medical School. They both served as Co-Director of the Developmental Neuropsychiatry Clinic for Autism at Columbia University.
Press Contact: Darlene Booker http://www.asdlanguage.com/contact-us/
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