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Communication for Autism

Dr Rajini Sarvananthan, Consultant Developmental Paediatrician | Nor Shahrina Mohd Zawawi, Malaysian Association of Speech and Hearing

27-Apr-17 16:00

Communication for Autism

Dr Rajini Sarvananthan and Nor Shahrina Mohd Zawawi talk about communication skills in people on the autism spectrum disorder. Find out why it is crucial for parents to know how to communicate with their children and learn alternative and augmented communication tools that can be used for children who are not able to acquire verbal communication.



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