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Disorders & Conditions >> Classic Autism (3-6 years old)

conk
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Reged: 10/20/08
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Re: Preschooler behavior
      10/20/08 10:46 PM

what type of directives is she given? ex. "Jane, go to the door." or something more transitional, "Jane it's time for lunch". If it's transitional, I would recommend just letting her know that the current task is finished so that she knows to move on to the next part of her schedule for example. "Jane, _____ is finished." This may alleviate her interpretation of being directed to do something because your just cueing her to the next part of her day.

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