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Joint Attention in Autism
A pivotal skill for literacy learning

Jason Mosheim

This article originally published in Advance for Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiology and posted on June 16, 2008.

They may seem unrelated to the acquisition of literacy skills, but the joint attention, imitation and play skills that children develop by interacting with others establish the groundwork for preliteracy gains. Without these crucial skill sets children cannot move on to successful learning at the phonics level.

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