TEACHING CHILDREN TO USE INTERACTION STRATEGIES WITH THEIR YOUNGER SIBLINGS THAT ARE MINIMALLY VERBAL

Abby Rucker
Children that are minimally verbal often lack same- or near-age peer interaction outside of the home environment. This study attempted to bridge that gap by training older siblings of minimally verbal children to use interaction strategies during play sessions. Through this, researchers were able to examine both the fidelity of use of the trained interaction strategies as well as their effect of the younger siblings’ communication skills.
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