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What is echolalia?

Sarine Salama
Sarine Salama on behalf of MDLIVE
Psychology Specialist

In regards to autism, echolalia is usually seen in children with Asperger's. These children can speak but typically display echolalic behaviors. Speech therapy as well as early intervention can help the child overcome this challenge.

*Asperger syndrome, or Asperger's, is a term that is no longer used as a formal diagnosis. In current diagnostic criteria, the syndrome is included under the diagnosis of autism spectrum disorders.

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