New Research: The Bilingual Advantage may extend to children with ASD
There’s a growing body of evidence that bilingualism brings numerous benefits to children, many of which extend into adulthood.
What Bilingualism is
Bilingualism comes when a child grows up learning two languages. Usually this means in the home – perhaps parents speak two languages, a caregiver or grandparent speaks a language different from the parents, or the child grows up in a community or goes to a school where people speak a language . . .