Learning to Speak

Video Summary

Over the course of his day, Benjamin makes several attempts to repeat the words of those around him. When children are just beginning to speak they will often use repetition communicatively to both learn a new word and express their needs. This is different than the noncommunicative echoing or echolalia seen in children with autism.


    • Learning
    • letter recognition
    • Stereotyped & Repetitive Speech
    • immediate echolalia
    • Verbal Communicative Skills
    • lack of expressive language
    • vocal expressiveness
    • expressive language

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