Playing it Right! Social Skills Activities for Parents and Teachers of Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Including Asperger Syndrome and Autism
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Tony Attwood, Author and autism expertThe first hands-on how-to manual I ve ever read that provides practical solutions to enhancing development with children with autistic disorders." --Dr. Tony Attwood, Author and autism expert . The visual nature of each of the activities helps abstract concepts become more concrete! The kids are proud of their posters and I love how effective they are as teaching tools. Rick Jarman, Behavioral and Developmental PediatricianThe first hands-on how-to manual I ve ever read that provides practical solutions to enhancing development with children with autistic disorders." --Dr. --Dr. --Dr. --Teresa A. Rick Jarman, Behavioral and Developmental PediatricianI am extremely impressed with the knowledge and quality of the programs in Playing It Right! and recommend this book to both parents and teachers. Cardon, M.A., CCC-SLPI am ext
The social world is very complex, and children with a developmental delay in this area need basic tools to help them succeed in their friendships and to communicate effectively in the world. The book is intended for use by parents, teachers and others working with young children of varying ages. The book is a series of activities designed to help children on the autism spectrum develop basic social skills by focusing on elements of social interaction in a variety of settings home, preschool, kindergarten and elementary school. The appendix inc
Rachel Bareket lives in Melbourne, Australia, with her husband and son. Born in New Zealand where she trained as a marine biologist, she moved to Australia in 1995 to work in the environmental field. Rachael s background as an educator prompted her to research and write social skills activities when her son was diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome at age 4. . Playing It Right! reflects her family s experiences in coping with a child
Lisa K. Morgan Long said Playing it Right!. Playing it Right! Social Skills Activities for Parents and Teachers of Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Including Asperger Syndrome and AutismThis book is EXACTLY what I was looking for! My 7.5 year old son is very high functioning autism spectrum disorder (PD. "One of the best books I have purchased" according to Spendy McShopAlot. I have purchased many, many books on Autism and must say, this book is FULL of wonderful information. Clearly written, full of great ideas!. "Practical and easy to use" according to Kay Lawler. I am a public school speech pathologist and I was able to immediately use this resource with students in a productive manner. Excellent!