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If, say, an autistic child drums his or her heels, Ms Caldwell will copy the behaviour.When the child sees that someone speaks his or her "language", the interaction begins. But it works very well," Ms Caldwell, a biologist and former Rowntree Research Fellow, explains.As she was leaving, she said to him, 'Bye, bye.' He said 'ay, ay', repeating the rhythm of her words.It was the first time he had attempted speech."For the Lambtons, teaching Harriet a few words has been a lengthy process.
It was impossible to get her to make eye contact."At Harriet's two-year-old development check it was clear that something was seriously wrong: its results, however, shocked her parents.It is often the first time the world around them makes sense.