Autism and Language

Give Autistic people the #SameChance this World Autism Month

This page outlines the relationship between autism and language. As autism is a spectrum condition with a huge amount of variety, autistic people’s preferred communication style will differ from person to person. While some autistic people may be non-speaking, it’s important to recognize this doesn’t mean they are incapable of communication.

To learn more about autism and language development, the different methods of communication autistic people may use and how to meet this halfway, check our resources below.

speech and language therapy

Speech and Language Therapy

Go Back What is speech and language therapy?  Speech and Language Therapists provide treatment, support and care for individuals in the areas of communication, eating, drinking and swallowing. Speech and

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