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The YouTube video titled "AUTISMO ¿Cómo estimulo el lenguaje? l TIPS DE LENGUAJE l Mi terapia con Ximena" discusses strategies for stimulating language development in children with autism, Down syndrome, and other conditions that prevent them from speaking like typical children. The video's creator suggests using pictograms to help children communicate and understand language. They recommend using visual aids, focusing on initial categories such as general, food, and family, and tailoring the use of the application to the child's daily routine. The creator stresses that their approach is not strict and aims to work effectively with the children. The video also discusses using pictograms in an application to help with communication for individuals with autism, creating a visual phrase schedule, and the importance of using visuals alongside spoken language. The speaker expresses gratitude to their audience and encourages them to reach out for further support and resources.

  • 00:00:00 In this section, the video's creator gives strategies for effectively stimulating a child's language development using pictograms. The creator explains that children with autism, Down syndrome, or other conditions that prevent them from speaking like typical children may benefit from pictograms. The creator proceeds to discuss the history and use of pictograms and debunks some common myths about them. The video then shifts to the importance of a child's language cognition rather than only their ability to speak. The creator emphasizes that a child's language cognition and comprehension form are equally important and can lead to better language development.
  • 00:05:00 In this section, the speaker discusses the importance of developing cognitive language and communication skills for children who do not speak. They suggest using visual aids, specifically pictograms, to help these children to communicate and understand language. The speaker advises simplifying the application and focusing on inital categories such as general, food, and family. They recommend tailoring the use of the application to the child's daily routine and observing their ability to understand the pictograms and images. The speaker emphasizes that their approach is not strict and they aim to work effectively with the children.
  • 00:10:00 In this section of the video, the speaker discusses using pictograms in an application to help with communication for individuals with autism. The speaker explains that the application allows the user to select the phrase they want to say and then adds the pictogram for that phrase. For example, instead of typing out "I want to eat an apple," the user would type out "I want to eat" and then match it with a pictogram. The speaker then suggests adding a phrase such as "play" to the end of the phrase to encourage more complex communication, such as "I want to play with blocks." The use of pictures and words together in the application can help individuals with autism to communicate more effectively.
  • 00:15:00 In this section, the speaker discusses a technique for teaching autistic children how to communicate using a "tira frase" or visual phrase schedule. The speaker explains how to create a visual phrase schedule by using pictograms, which are free and easily accessible to children. They also emphasize the importance of using visuals alongside spoken language, rather than relying on isolated words. The speaker concludes by expressing their gratitude to their audience and encouraging them to reach out for further support and resources.

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