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Peer Mediated Approach

The Peer Mediated Approach (PEER) is a programme designed to teach non-autistic children the best way to help children on the autism spectrum.

It was developed by Connie Kasari and others at UCLA California.

The programme teaches non-autistic to identify children who have difficulty in the playground and to generate ideas to help engage all children in the playground.

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