Dr. Mary Barbera talks about autism and lack of eye contact, and whether it’s a good idea to start teaching eye contact to autism children.
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There are a surprising number of professionals and schools who have an autism eye contact training program. But I really don’t think that’s a great idea to start focusing on such a skill, especially when there are a number of other important skills we should be focusing on. In today’s video I’m going to explain my reasoning behind and this, but also provide some tips for improving eye contact for children with autism. We obviously don’t want to be forcing eye contact on the child, but there are some tweaks you can make to your parenting and teaching strategies to have a minor focus on eye contact.

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Dr. Mary Barbera “fell” into the world of autism in 1999 when her firstborn son, Lucas, was diagnosed with autism one day before his third birthday. In the last 2 decades, Mary went from almost nothing about autism to becoming a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, writing a bestseller, The Verbal Behavior Approach (now translated into more than 10 languages) and obtaining a PhD. with an in-depth knowledge of some of the best ABA autism strategies. In 2015, Mary began her first online course on autism that has already been purchased from parents and professionals in more than 45 countries and now sells 3 courses online. With more than 2 decades in the world of autism, both as a parent and as a professional, Mary is in a unique position to help you, especially if you live or work with a child with autism who also has delays or language disorders. Its mission is to change things for 2 million children with autism (or signs of autism) by 2020 through online training and advocacy.


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