Checklists to Support Diagnosis, Analysis for Target-Setting and Effective Intervention Strategies
This book provides professionals in multi-disciplinary teams with four photocopiable checklists, designed to assess social and communication skills of children on the autism spectrum, while also providing a framework for planning interventions. Accessibly written background theory and case studies give worked examples of how to use the checklists.
What Every Teacher Needs to Know
A quick reference guide to Asperger syndrome (ASD) in the classroom, Kathy Hoopmann's handbook is ideal for busy teachers. It covers all the key problem areas, such as meltdowns, explains them from the student's perspective, and provides strategies for how to manage them and create the best environment for the child.
A Simple Exercise Program to Improve Motor Skills at Home and School Revised Edition
Brought up to date with new lesson plans and an extra stage to the programme, the expanded edition of this practical book explains Geoff Platt's simple, step-by-step exercise regime to help children with dyspraxia overcome their symptoms.
The BASICS College Curriculum
This practical college curriculum for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder teaches independence, social, and study skills that empower the student and enable academic success. An ideal textbook for ASD college programs or for student self-study, this curriculum provides hands-on help in the areas that students with ASD need it most.
A Practical Guide
Sensory Stories are an effective tool for teaching and communicating with children with PMLD, autism, and other special educational needs. This useful book explains how sensory stimulation can aid development and provides a wealth of resources for using Sensory Stories at home, in the classroom, and advice on adapting and creating new stories.
Finding Common Ground in Conversation for Children on the Autism Spectrum
In conversation, children on the autism spectrum often struggle to select topics of interest to others. Many have strong, narrow interests and feel compelled to introduce these subjects when they talk.
This book provides a simple visual model to help children experience more success in finding common ground in conversation.
A Therapeutic Approach to Help Children and Young People Build Resilience and Deal with Conflict
This creative programme trains young people how to mentor younger children, and provides outlines of therapeutic workshops and creative activities to use. Workshops cover issues such as bullying, conflict with parents, change and transitions, and photocopiable activities, such as games, role play and relaxation techniques, are provided.
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