Dede Supriyanto, Suswanto Heru Purnomo


Salah satu hambatan utama pada individu dengan Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) adalah keterbatatasan dalam keterampilan bersosialisasi. Kajian ini bertujuan untuk membahas beberapa pendekatan yang telah terbukti secara empiris efektif dalam mengembangkan keterampilan sosial pada individu dengan ASD. Beberapa literatur yang telah dikaji menyimpulkan bahwa pendekatan Peer Mediated Interaction intervention (PMII), Video Modelling (VM) dan Social Narrative (SN) telah terbukti berdampak signifikan dalam meningkatkan kemampuan bersosialisasi. Kajian meliputi gambaran umum, implementasi intervensi, keterlibatan keluarga dalam intervensi serta kelebihan dan keterbatasan dari pendekatan-pendekatan tersebut.



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DOI: https://doi.org/10.30999/jse.v3i1.147


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