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CHICAGO (AP) — At 18 months, Cristina Astacio spoke only a few words, wouldn’t respond to her name and shunned other kids in her day care group. Also, be sure to let the parent know they can bring a friend, an advocate, or anyone else they feel comfortable with. Ask students to list some social skills. 2. Each week they explore a different social skills topic such as small talk and why it is important, reading vocal or body language cues for better communication, how to become an active listener and much more through using hand outs, role playing and discussion.

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Publisher: Guardian Angel Publishing, Inc; large type edition edition (September 1, 2013)

ISBN: 161633410X

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