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Helping Our Autistic Children with Social Skills, Behavior, and Communication

with Dr. Robert J. Bernstein

Parents have 24/7 access to their child in natural environments that are comfortable—the child’s own bedroom, backyard, or playground can be a “therapeutic” space. There’s a lot to be said for “parent power.”

All children want to feel their parents’ love, interest, and approval. When parents accept and join their autistic children and use step-by-step natural development that’s child-centered, the long-term impact can be profound.

Dr. Robert J. Bernstein

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Is Your Autistic Child Struggling Socially?

Are you wondering how to best teach social skills or what you can do when your child doesn’t care about social activities?

Dr. Bernstein joins Sharon Longo, Editor of Autism Parenting Magazine to discuss common questions and concerns like these, from parents like you.

He will share his expert recommendations for improving social skills, behavior, and communication in children and teens on the Autistic spectrum. 

Join us now to benefit from Dr. Bernstein’s decades of experience and unique strengths-based approach to helping autistic children develop social skills.


Are you wondering how to best teach social skills or what you can do when your child doesn’t care about social activities?


Dr. Bernstein joins Autism Parenting Magazine’s Sharon Longo discussing common questions and concerns like these, from parents like you.


He will share his expert recommendations for improving social skills, behaviour and communication in children and teens on the Autistic spectrum. 


Join us now to benefit from Dr. Bernstein’s decades of experience and unique strengths-based approach to helping autistic children develop social skills.

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What You’ll Learn

Why autistic children may appear "anti-social" and how to draw them out

How to tailor social skills training to different environments

Examples of using real-life situations to teach communication and social skills

At what age you should start teaching social skills

The most important social goal you should set for your child

Ways to help older and indifferent children work on their social skills

How you can prevent tantrums

and hitting

and much more...


Why autistic children may appear "anti-social" and how to draw them out


How to tailor social skills training to different environments

Examples of using real-life situations to teach communication and social skills 

At what age you should start teaching social skills


The most important social goal you should set for your child

Ways to help older and indifferent children work on their social skills

How you can prevent tantrums and hitting


and much more...


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Social skills deficits are common in autism spectrum disorders. But with the right support, children with autism can learn and improve their social communication abilities.

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Dr. Robert J. Bernstein

Dr. Robert Bernstein holds a Ph.D. in psychology and has dedicated his career to helping families with children on the autism spectrum. He specializes in developmental and cognitive therapies for autism.

Over 35+ years working with autistic patients, he developed his own cognitive approach tailored to enabling organic growth and communication. His methods aim to enhance autistic children's potential rather than imposing external expectations.

Dr. Bernstein has also been a featured speaker on many international autism summits and has authored the award-winning book “Uniquely Normal: Tapping The Reservoir of Normalcy To Treat Autism”.

You can find Dr. Bernstein at https://www.robertjbernstein.com

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