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What is the priority for the conversational partner stage?

Build self-efficacy and awareness of social norms, increase spontaneous communication, increase knowledge of social conversational norms


During the conversational partner stage, what are some examples of joint attention goals?

Show reciprocity during conversation, initiate variety of topics related to the partner's interest, provide needed information based upon the partner's perspective, gauge length of turn and content based upon partner's perspective


During the conversational partner stage, what are some examples of sample symbols use goals?

Create simple sentences including subjects, verbs, modifiers, increase sophisticated grammar and syntax, using appropriate vocal volume


Not using function words in speech ( "sit chair" instead of "sit on the chair")

Telegraphic speech


During the conversational partner stage, what are some examples of transactional supports goals?

Provide frequent opportunities for successful interactions with peers and positive emotional memories, provide visual reminders for what to say, how to engage, and expectations of social and academic activities


What is the DSM V criteria for diagnosing ASD?

Impairment in social communication, repetitive behaviors/restricted interests, severity rating


T/F: Delays in language are unique and universal in ASD

False; not unique or universal


What are examples of impairments in social communication?

Social-emotional reciprocity, impairment in nonverbal behavior, difficulty developing relationships


What are examples of repetitive behaviors/restricted interests?

Repetitive body movements/speech, echolalia, inflexibility to transitions, daily routines, and eating, fixated interests, perseveration interests, sensitivity to taste, sound, touch


Ability of the child to share common focus of attention with another

Joint attention


Indicates that while one child may demonstrate only a few autistic-like symptoms, another child may demonstrate many significant autistic symptoms.

Qualitative disorder