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Intermediate Phase

This phase begins once the child has mastered basic tasks. This phase involves teaching in a more natural environment and continues to focus on teaching expressive and early abstract language as well as appropriate toy play and peer interaction. More advanced self-help skills, such as toilet training, are also taught in the intermediate phase. If verbal language has not yet developed, alternative forms of communication (such as sign language or visual cues) may be implemented to serve as a bridge or supplement to the spoken language.

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