- Social Skills Training$39.95
How important is it to have good social skills?
Throughout this text, you'll discover 70 of the skills that most commonly cause difficulty for individuals with autism spectrum disorders and social-communication problems. The presentation of each skill consists of a reproducible skill handout, as well as activity sheets listing ways teachers and parents can demonstrate, practice, and reinforce the skill in the classroom and at home. A concluding chapter on promoting peer acceptance offers sensitivity training programs for both students of various age groups and school staff, making this a complete social skills training package for students of all ages.Learn More
- Drawing a Blank$34.95
Students with autism should not have struggle with reading comprehension!
Despite having an advanced ability to recognize words many people with autism spectrum disorder need support with reading comprehension. Comprehension difficulties in readers with ASD can be subtle and, as a result, their substantial level of risk for reading comprehension problems is often overlooked or unaddressed with many students struggle in silence. This practical and well-researched resource provides the tools needed to improve comprehension skills. The book emphasizes the importance of using evidence-based and promising practices, based on thorough assessment of students with autism spectrum. Foreword by Brenda Smith Myles, PhD.Learn More
- The Comprehensive Autism Planning System (CAPS) for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders and Related Disabilities$34.95
Can you remember all of the supports that your student with ASD needs throughout the day? If not, this can help!
This system allows educators to understand how to implement an instructional program for students with ASD. Known as CAPS, the model answers common questions about finding the right supports to fit a child's learning style in order to help him reach his full potential. CAPS enables educators and other professionals to address adequate yearly progress (AYP), response to intervention (RTI), and positive behavior support (PBS) designed to help those with ASD. This expanded second edition of CAPS adds important new material on technical assistance/consultation, as well as a major focus on evidence-based practices for ASD.Learn More
- Learn to Move, Move to Learn!$34.95
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Sensory, Play-based and Instructional -- all in one!
Jam-packed with creative theme-based group lessons, this motivating, instructional curriculum follows a developmental sequence. Detailed lesson plans with multiple activities for each theme are included in this book. Instructional goals are included in this comprehensive resource.Learn More
- Autism as Context Blindness$34.95
Dr. Vermeulen has produced a brilliant work that demands attention. Autism as Context Blindness provides a unique glance into the minds of individuals with ASD.
The internationally known psychologist, Vermeulen explains how the autistic brain functions and highlights the impact of not understanding context. Full of often humorous examples, the book examines context as it relates to observation, social interactions, communication and knowledge. Vermeulen discusses ways to reduce context blindness. Dr. Vermeulen's insights regarding context blindness deliver fresh perspective on how individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) perceive and respond to their environment.Learn More
- Peer Play and the Autism Spectrum$39.95
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Teach children with autism to play using this evidence-based curriculum!
Many children on the autism spectrum spend inordinate amounts of time alone. Without appropriate intervention, they are especially vulnerable to being excluded from their peer group and leading impoverished play lives. This practical guide offers an introduction to the principles, tools and techniques that comprise the Integrated Play Groups model. Pamela Wolfberg essentially translates theory into effective and meaningful practice, giving practitioners, parents and other caregivers the tools to initiate peer play groups for children in school, home and community settings.Learn More
- Building Social Relationships 2$39.95
Autism Society of America's Outstanding Literary Award
Building Social Relationships: A Systematic Approach to Teaching Social Interaction Skills to Children and Adolescents on the Autism Spectrum organizes the many evidence-based social skills strategies and resources currently available to make it easier for parents and educational professionals to teach social skills and design social skills programs for children with ASD. A comprehensive five-step model addresses the need for social programming for children and adolescents with ASD. This second edition, emphasizes the importance of targeting both social skills and social-cognitive processing.Learn More
- Super Skills$39.95
Easy to implement group social skills lessons!
For most children on the autism spectrum, social skills pose greater challenges than academics! This series of social skills activities is designed to help elementary-aged students with autism spectrum disorder and those with similar needs to succeed in the social realm. Group lessons are organized under four types of skills necessary for success: fundamental skills, social initiation skills, getting along with others, and social response skills. Each lesson is highly structured and organized, making it easy for teachers and other group leaders to implement successfully. A series of practical checklists and other instruments provide a solid foundation for assessing students' social skills levels and subsequent program planning.Learn More
- Everyday Classroom Strategies and Practices for Supporting Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders$34.95
Students in the inclusive Nest Model score above their peers in statewide assessment swith no paraprofessional support!
The ASD Nest Program serves students with autism spectrum disorder and typically-developing students in a co-teaching model and does not require paraprofessional participation. Adopted by the New York City Public Schools and the country of Denmark, this evidence-based approach shows how children with ASD can be successful in general education settings. This timely resource clearly communicates how to create a classroom in which every learner succeeds with specific and easy-to-implement strategies for students who require minimal supports, as well as those who require more intense interventions. It incorporates evidence-based practices, positive behavior supports, and uses Response to Intervention (RtI).Learn More
- Visual Support for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders$34.95
Learn how to communicate in the way that most children with autism learn best – visual supports.
Combining their years of experience working with individuals on the autism spectrum, both here and around the world, the authors bring teachers and other professionals practical ideas and teaching methods for offering visual supports to students with autism spectrum disorder and other visual learners. With hundreds of colorful illustrations and step-by-step directions, this book lays the foundation for how to structure teaching environments, as well as offers countless examples of activities for students, ranging from basic skills, to reading and math, to social behavior. Foreword by Gary Mesibov, PhD.Learn More