Act It Out: One Year of Social Skills Lessons for Students Grades 7-12
Author(s) : Jeannie Stefonek
This innovative social skills curriculum addresses teens’ need to effectively use social skills across settings through motivating scripts, skits, and guided practice. The curriculum is designed for the busy teacher who wants to have fun, constructive lessons, giving students unique opportunities to show their acting skills and experience emotional responses in controlled environments.
Treatment Planning for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders$40.00
Item #882238 Naomi Chedd, Karen Levine
Rooted in evidence-based practices, the authors provide a dynamic 7-step treatment planning process. This approach helps educators and therapists who work with children with autism spectrum disorders make sense of the rapidly evolving clinical and research treatment landscape. Case examples cover a wide variety of ages, developmental challenges, learning and social profiles, and school and family circumstances.
Plan B offers advice on thriving as a single parent of an ASD child. Explaining issues like divorce, separation, and death, as well as how to maintain consistency across two homes are covered. Barber-Wada provides interactive lists and worksheets for practical use to help the solo parents and child to thrive.
This evidence-based activities guide is the perfect resource for teens on the autism spectrum to help develop social skills and strengthen communication. With scripted roleplaying and mindfulness strengthening, each activity is designed to cater to all different types of teens who face different challenges.
This collection of ten fully illustrated stories explores friendship issues encountered by children with ASD ages 4 to 8 and looks at how they can be overcome successfully. Key problem areas are tackled, including sharing, taking turns, being a tattletale, obsessions, winning and losing, being taken advantage of, jealousy, personal space, personal hygiene, tact and diplomacy, and defining friendship.