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i need these questionnaires for my research...if anyone have kindly share with me
1: children friendship expectation questionnaire
2:fear of negative evaluation
3:social anxiety scale for children
4: loneliness and social dissatisfaction scale ....
    need these urgent

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AUTISM LANGUAGE TIPS

Giving our children space to talk is key to helping them with their expressive language. How can we do this?

1. Listen more talk less. - Don’t be afraid of any silent moments. In these silent moments we are giving our children time and space to talk if they want to. In these silent moments we will be more likely to hear what our children are saying, because we are listening instead of talking. When I learnt to embrace the silence and enjoy the quieter moments I saw how much more the children I worked with talked to me. This was a “light bulb” realization for me that silence is a fertile ground of opportunities for our children to speak. That whenever I am talking I am asking my child to listen not talk. To encourage our children to talk listening instead of talking is incredibly effective.

2. Pause - Ask your child to say a word and then pause to give them time and space to say it. Because our children find it difficult to talk they often have a delay in responding to our requests. I have worked with children who have spoken a word 3 or 4 minutes after I asked them. Others may have a 30 second or 45 second delay. When we pause we give uninterrupted time for our children to figure out how to say the word we are asking. We give him the time and space to do the work that is required to say it.

Next time you are playing with your child try talking less and see what you hear? Post a comment below letting us know how it went.

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“Encourage and support your kids because children are apt to live up to what you believe of them.”
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