Communication Abilities of Autistic Children in Social Interaction

Volume 4 Issue 2
Ria Dwi Ismiarti Munawir Yusuf Zaini Rohmad
Pages: 172-177 Download Count : 1912 View Count: 2138 DOI Number 10.24331/ijere.517993 Facebook Share on Google+ Save to Zotero Save to Mendeley


Three barriers owned by children with autism as it has been widely known is the ham of communication, interaction, and behavior. Therefore education of children with autism need services that can accommodate their special needs. One form of the services provided is inclusive schools. At school inclusion of chi9ldren with autism can learn to develop the ability to communicate and interact socially at their disposal. This case study aims to obtain an overview of communication skills of children with autism to interact socially. The conclusion of this study is to be in school inclusion makes the child’s ability to communicate with peers who are not autistic increase. Children with autism have dared to initiate a communication when there is interaction with friends


  • Autism
  • Communication Ability
  • Social Interaction
  • Inclusive School
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