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Joint Attention

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Joint Attention Goal Sequence and Data Collection Tools

Joint Attention Goal Sequence and Data Collection Tools. A great guide for teaching joint attention skills to children with autism spectrum disorders and other

Joint Attention for Autism: Fun Pack

As a school based OTR, I am constantly practicing till I get it right. I learned about Joint attention routines from behavioral therapists and autism specialists. As a result I created some templates that would encourage play behavior. Shazam..... special education team members then went on to create their own activities.


Johnny doesn’t pay attention to other people. He doesn’t notice the other children that play around him and when an adult tries to get his attention, he doesn’t seem to hear. The doctor


Joint attention is one of the first pieces of social communication to develop in children, beginning as early as six months of age.