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Providing successful treatment to children on the autism spectrum takes perspectives from many dicispines. Your speech-language pathologist should advocate for their role in the multidisciplinary team to ensure those on the spectrum receive successful outcomes.

SLPs are uniquely qualified to understand the use of language, social communication, literacy, speech production, and augmentative and alternative communication. All of which can help in providing therapy to those on the autism spectrum.

Check out what the American Speech Language Hearing Association says the key role SLPs play in screening, assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of autism spectrum disorders here:

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