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Beginning Phase

This phase involves teaching children to respond to basic requests (receptive language), to imitate (nonverbally and verbally), to begin to play with toys, and to interact with their families. Beginning self-help skills, such as dressing, are also taught. In addition, the child learns that cooperation with requests will result in immediate and frequent positive reinforcement.

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