Being bilingual allows autistic children to make up for certain deficits.

Being bilingual allows autistic children to make up for certain deficits

Bilingual families with an autistic child are often advised to use only one language, to facilitate the development of their child’s communication skills. But now new researches show otherwise.   Link to the Article Click below to open the article on a new tab. When done, close that tab to return to our page.  👉 […]