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It includes training in everyday environments and during activities that take place throughout the day, rather than only at "therapy time" (Kaiser, Yoder, & Keetz, 1992). Social skills can be taught; generally in a group setting using guided rehearsal, feedback, reinforcement, and practice (Waas & Graczyk, 1998). Too much time with peers might make kids behave badly. Because the particular strengths and weaknesses of those with NLD and TS vary from person to person, we list services which may be useful.

Pages: 208

Publisher: Katherine Tegen Books; 1 edition (September 4, 2012)

ISBN: 0062122207

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