Peer-mediated social intervention for young children with autism
In this paper, we trace the history of peer-mediated intervention for young children with autism. Special attention is paid to outcomes achieved, implementation strategies, practicality, combining peer-mediation and naturalistic teaching, and overall conclusions from 20 years of study.
Strain, Phillip S. and Kohler, Frank K., "Peer-mediated social intervention for young children with autism" (1998). Special Education Faculty Publications. 167.
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