If you work with non-verbal or minimally-verbal kids with autism, teaching them to ask for the things they want and need is one of the most important things you can do.
However, there are several mistakes that most therapists make when teaching requesting to kids with autism. These mistakes can make your well-intended intervention so much less effective at helping your clients really communicate with those around them. Check out my video below to see if you are making one (or all!) of these five mistakes.
After watching the video, if you want help figuring out what to do, I've got you covered there too! My short, actionable self-study course on communication exchange is open for registration now: TEACHING COMMUNICATION EXCHANGE TO KIDS WITH AUTISM