Conversation Starters for Kids


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Conversation starters help kids to practice asking questions and beginning discussion for improvement of social skills. Giving kids (with autism, executive function disorder, social anxiety, and special needs) a fun way to practice communication for function in the school, home, and the community helps to build confidence.

Occupational Therapists need to work on pragmatic language and functional communication for participation in occupation and activities of daily living.

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