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Unlocking the Social Potenti... - Karina Poirier

Unlocking the Social Potenti...Karina Poirier

Parents are hit with an avalanche of emotions when they receive the news that their child has autism. It is understandable that many parents default to feelings of denial, guilt, and hopelessness; however, what is not easily recognized is t… more

Unlocking the Social Potential in Autism
Karina Poirier
Social Cognition Publications , English
The Hidden Curriculum: Pract... - Brenda Smith Myles Ph.D., Ms...

The Hidden Curriculum: Pract...Brenda Smith Myles Ph.D., Ms...

We are surrounded by unstated rules and customs that can make the world a confusing place for people on the autism spectrum. To help individuals with ASDunderstand and deal with this ever-elusive “hidden curriculum,” this book offers practi… more

The Hidden Curriculum: Practical Solutions for Understanding Unstated Rules in Social Situations
Brenda Smith Myles Ph.D., Ms. Ed. Trautman Melissa L., MS Schelvan Ronda L.
AAPC Publishing , English
Starting Points: The Basics ... - Jill Hudson MS CCLS, PhD Myl...

Starting Points: The Basics ...Jill Hudson MS CCLS, PhD Myl...

Starting from the premise that no two individuals with Asperger Syndrome are the same, Hudson and Myles provide a global perspective of how the core characteristics of AS may appear separately and/or simultaneously, and how they may manifes… more

Starting Points: The Basics of Understanding and Supporting Children and Youth with Asperger Syndrome
Jill Hudson MS CCLS, PhD Myles Brenda Smith
AAPC Publishing , English
The Politics of Blindness - Graeme McCreath

The Politics of BlindnessGraeme McCreath

The Politics of Blindness will make sweeping, positive changes in the general public’s understanding of the “Blind experience” and will provide positive alternatives to the current problems that blind people face. Graeme McCreath is the a… more

The Politics of Blindness
Graeme McCreath
Granville Island Publishing , English
Working with Students with Autism - Amber Engen

Working with Students with AutismAmber Engen

This manual helps teach individuals how to sucessfully help those with autism learn and succeed in all environments. The tools and strategies explained are great to use in the classroom or in the home environment.

Working with Students with Autism
Amber Engen
Building Social Relationship... - Scott Bellini Ph.D.

Building Social Relationship...Scott Bellini Ph.D.

This textbook addresses the critical need for social skills programming for children and adolescents with ASD and other social difficulties. The book is unique in presenting a comprehensive model that incorporates five fundamental steps: as… more

Building Social Relationships: A Systematic Approach to Teaching Social Interaction Skills to Children and Adolescents With Autism Spectrum Disorders and Other Social Difficulties
Scott Bellini Ph.D.
AAPC Publishing , English
200+ Measurable IEP Goals an... - Chris de Feyter

200+ Measurable IEP Goals an...Chris de Feyter

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This publication consists of a collection of more than 200 SMART Goals that can be used in Home Schooling settings, General Education settings, or Special Education settings to address learning needs in the following areas of development:So… more

200+ Measurable IEP Goals and Objectives Safety, Social Wellbeing and Personal Care (Special Education SMART Goal Series Book 7)
Chris de Feyter
The Don't Freak Out Guide To... - Sharon Fuentes, Neil McNerney

The Don't Freak Out Guide To...Sharon Fuentes, Neil McNerney

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Don’t Freak Out… You are not alone!

You are half way through grocery shopping and can tell that your Aspie is about to melt down. You know you should just 86 the whole thing but you really need milk, bread and coffee. Eventually your child… more

The Don’t Freak Out Guide To Parenting Kids With Asperger’s
Sharon Fuentes, Neil McNerney
Integrated Press , English
Social Skills Games and Acti... - Wendy Ashcroft, Anne Quinn, ...

Social Skills Games and Acti...Wendy Ashcroft, Anne Quinn, ...

Social Skills Games and Activities for Kids With Autism” provides complete instructions for using fun, engaging games and activities to teach social skills to children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The games include directions for assessi… more

Social Skills Games and Activities for Kids with Autism
Wendy Ashcroft, Anne Quinn, Angie Delloso
Prufrock Press , English
Redirect Kids for Success, P... - Michele L. Gaddis

Redirect Kids for Success, P...Michele L. Gaddis

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What It IsThis book is a collage of quotes, activities and “how to” lessons that represents eighteen (18) months of combined learning between one teacher and 12 inmates. It is based on the original 4 volumes of Self-Help Skills for Kids wr… more

Redirect Kids for Success, Prison Prevention
Michele L. Gaddis
Michele L. Gaddis , English
The Politics of Blindness Da... - Graeme McCreath

The Politics of Blindness Da...Graeme McCreath

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At the moment the infrastructure is absent to allow the majority of blind people to enter the workforce. As far as an employer hiring a blind person we can only show the way, demonstrate our capabilities and push the federal government to p… more

The Politics of Blindness Daisy Digital Talking Book MP3
Graeme McCreath
Granville Island Publishing , English
Tony! Blessing from a Specia... - Icy Lee

Tony! Blessing from a Specia...Icy Lee

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This book chronicles the experience and spiritual journey of a mother of an autistic child, uncovering the myriad of difficulties that face autistic children and their parents. Told from the perspective of the mother, the book shows how, in… more

Tony! Blessing from a Special Needs Child
Icy Lee
Green Forest Culture , English
Social Skills Solutions: a H... - Kelly McKinnon, Janis Krempa

Social Skills Solutions: a H...Kelly McKinnon, Janis Krempa

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Social Skills Solutions is a unique, hands-on manual that provides instruction on building a social skills program from ten different comprehensive modules, all geared toward the specific diagnostic and social deficits of children with Auti… more

Social Skills Solutions: a Hands-on Manual for Teaching Social Skills to Children With Autism
Kelly McKinnon, Janis Krempa
DRL Books , English
How do I Look?: For Autistic People - Martin Stevens

How do I Look?: For Autistic PeopleMartin Stevens

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Bob goes through his emotions, with facial expressions and also tells a story that helps autistic people (especially children) learn what each facial expression means.

How do I Look?: For Autistic People
Martin Stevens
Martin Stevens , English
A Parents' Guide to Early Au... - Kimberly Kaplan

A Parents' Guide to Early Au...Kimberly Kaplan

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This book is intended to help other parents who are currently in the situation we were in. Our baby, only one year old, was discovered to have developmental delays. We knew nothing about autism at this time but was urged by knowledgeable fr… more

A Parents’ Guide to Early Autism Intervention
Kimberly Kaplan
Footsore on Wisdom Road - John Meeks

Footsore on Wisdom RoadJohn Meeks

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In the suspense drama Footsore on Wisdom Road, author John Meeks drafts a tale that illustrates the power of education, as well as the necessary strength of will that some must have in order to achieve it. The Ellicott Center is doing great… more

Footsore on Wisdom Road
John Meeks
John Meeks , English
Behaviorask: Straight Answer... - Tammy Hammond, Bobby Newman,...

Behaviorask: Straight Answer...Tammy Hammond, Bobby Newman,...

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Parents and professionals undertaking Applied Behavior Analytic (ABA) teaching and behavior management programs for individuals diagnosed with autistic-spectrum disorders often face serious questions. Behaviorask is a collection of answers … more

Behaviorask: Straight Answers to Your ABA Programming Questions
Tammy Hammond, Bobby Newman, Dana R. Reinecke
Dove and Orca , English
Socially ADDept: Teaching So... - Janet Z. Giler

Socially ADDept: Teaching So...Janet Z. Giler

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Decodes the often confusing rules of social behavior for all children Socially ADDept helps educators and parents teach the hidden rules of social behavior to children with limited social skills, notably those with special needs like ADHD, … more

Socially ADDept: Teaching Social Skills to Children with ADHD, LD, and Asperger’s
Janet Z. Giler
Jossey-Bass , English
Literal Interpretation: How ... - Travis Breeding

Literal Interpretation: How ...Travis Breeding

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Individuals with Autism often have a hard time comprehending and understanding analogies and idioms.

Our brains just do not function in ways that understand those. This book explains to you how someone with Autsim might interpret some of… more

Literal Interpretation: How to Explain Analogies and Idioms to Autistic People
Travis Breeding
Travis Breeding , English
How to Be a Good Social Thin... - Travis Breeding

How to Be a Good Social Thin...Travis Breeding

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Social Skills involved a lot more than just executing a technical skill set. Social thinking is an advanced pattern of thinking we use in all social situations. For most of us this pattern of thinking comes naturally. We have to put fort… more

How to Be a Good Social Thinker with Autism Resource Guide
Travis Breeding
Travis Breeding , English