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SNAP Zoo Trip

Erica Ehinger

Dexter High School

Peer-based interventions are evidence-based practices that teach strategies to typically developing peers for facilitating social interactions with children on the autism spectrum. Peer-based interventions can be used to target communication skills, interpersonal skills, and play skills.


Students form relationships and friendships with age-appropriate peers and it also teaches them to practice community skills such as appropriate public behaviors, engaging with business personnel, and various other life skills.

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