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Tag Archives: Social (Pragmatic) Communication Disorder
“Doing church” when kids struggle with social communication…
Posted on February 4, 2014 by Dr. G
Let’s consider the challenges a kid would experience who has difficulty picking up on body language or the meaning behind the tone and inflection of speech if their parents decided to start attending your church. Continue reading →
Posted in Autism, Families, Hidden Disabilities, Inclusion, Key Ministry, Ministry Environments, Spiritual Development | Tagged Autism Spectrum Disorders, children's ministry, church, Disability Ministry, Family Ministry, Inclusion, Key Ministry, Social (Pragmatic) Communication Disorder, social communication, youth ministry | 2 Comments
Social (Pragmatic) Communication Disorder…not quite Asperger’s
Posted on June 7, 2013 by Dr. G
SCD has become the diagnostic category for kids who look like those with Asperger’s Disorder, but don’t meet full criteria for an autism spectrum disorder.
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