Lack of Spontaneous Imitation

Video Summary

Though imitation plays a critical role in children's aquisition and honing of new skills, children on the autism spectrum often struggle to imitate others both spontaneously and within the more structured and rewarding environment of a therapy session. Dr Christopher Smith comments.

"Through typical development kids generally learn a great deal through spontaneous imitation of those around them. "
— Christopher Smith, PhD

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