This study examined the effect of the Group Affection Activities (GAA) on social interactionof two preschool- aged children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and theirsame-aged peers. In addition to the music group activities, the main component of theGAA game learning activities and peer-training were integrated into the intervention. Fivepeers were trained on how to interact with the target participants of the study. This includinginitiation of and responding to initaiations through means of both verbal and nonverbalcommunication acts during free play. This study utilized a case study design with anABAB model revealed that impro . . .ved rates of social interactions were associated with thepresence of the intervention. The findings agree with those reported by previously conductedstudies, however the maintenance and generalization of improved interactionskills remain to be of a great concern. It is suggested that in order to address this importantissue, an intervention program combining the Group Affection Activities with peertrainingshould be systematically integrated into early childhood curriculum and implementedfor all to benefit
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