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  1. Friendly Facts
    Friendly Facts
    Rating:
    100% of 100
     $19.95

    Mom's Choice Award!

    Making and keeping friends doesn't come easy for children with autism spectrum disorder. Many children need to learn a range of strategies to expand their social skills, such as reading facial expressions and body language. This interactive curriculum aimed at children ages 7-11, addresses these challenges by breaking down the complex concept of making friends into simpler ideas. Through fun, engaging activities, children practice and gain real-life knowledge of the major "secrets" of making and keeping friends. By gaining the foundation for making and keeping friends at a crucial age, children are better prepared to successfully interact with others for the rest of their lives.

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  2. Show Me! A Teacher's Guide to Video Modeling
    Show Me! A Teacher's Guide to Video Modeling
     $19.95

    Winner of the 2018 Teachers' Choice Award!

    A step-by-step guide to a fast, effective, and proven strategy – video modeling

    With today’s technology (tablets, smartphones, applications), implementing video modeling, an evidence-based practice, is easier than ever! Show Me! A Teacher's Guide to Video Modeling is a comprehensive guide to begin incorporating video modeling into classroom instruction. Case studies, examples, and step-by-step instructions are included in this user-friendly book. This book is meant to inspire readers to think about how they can use video modeling by providing many real-life examples of students who have used and found benefits from watching video to learn social skills, positive behaviors, and academics. 

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  3. Asperger Syndrome and Adolescence
    Asperger Syndrome and Adolescence
    Rating:
    92% of 100
     was $19.95  Special Price $17.85

    Help your child/student transition to middle/high school and experience success at school!

    Autism Society Award Winner!

    Transitions to middle and high school and the experiences in these environments pose challenges for all students. But for students with high-functioning autism the transition can be traumatic, leading to a downward emotional spiral and even depression. This comprehensive book starts with an overview of those characteristics of autism that make adolescence particularly challenging and difficult. The centerpiece of the book is a look at strategies and supports for a successful school experience for students with ASD in middle and high school.

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  4. The Social Times Student Book
    The Social Times Student Book
     $19.95

    The Social Times Student Book

    Using a magazine format, The Social Times Student Book is written directly to students in an engaging “voice,” aimed at teaching social cognition and emotional regulation in an enjoyable way that increases student motivation and encourages peer interaction. Each chapter offers critical information for how to use social learning with peers and in the community, while making each lesson entertaining and applicable to today’s students.

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  5. Diary of a Social Detective
    Diary of a Social Detective
    Rating:
    95% of 100
     $19.95

    Learn social skills while solving social mysteries!

    Detective agencies come in many shapes and forms, but never before has there been a one-man social detective agency! Johnny Multony, transformed from "not fitting in" and "not understanding social situations to a socially savvy kid, starts the first-ever social detective agency. He is then hired by other students in his school for help with common interpersonal dilemmas, such as cliques, dealing with disappointments, bullying, personal space, friends, body language, and much more. Enjoyable and educational.

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  6. My New School
    My New School
     $19.95

    An interactive book that makes the move to a new school smoother!

    Independent Publisher Book Award Winner!

    For many students with autism spectrum disorder, even relatively minor changes to daily routines and schedules are overwhelming; imagine how traumatic moving to a new school would be! This interactive book is addressed directly to the student and takes a practical approach to this anxiety-provoking subject by acknowledging the difficulties transferring to a new school can bring and engaging the students in a series of proactive activities designed to lessen fears by resulting in tangible steps to take, to-do lists, checklists, etc. This book is sure to make the transition smoother. Foreword by Brenda Smith Myles, PhD.

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  7. The Guide to Dating for Teenagers with Asperger Syndrome
    The Guide to Dating for Teenagers with Asperger Syndrome
    Rating:
    84% of 100
     $19.95

    Help our students avoid some of the pitfalls of dating!

    Mom's Choice Award Winner!

    International Book Award Winner! 

    ForeWord Book Of The Year Award Winner!

    Dating is difficult for everyone, but it can be especially overwhelming tor teens with high-functioning autism, who struggle with social issues. Written in a question-and-answer format, this much-needed resource offers insight into and practical advice on dating challenges. The author tackles some of the specific issues facing teens in a logical progression, from how to know if someone likes you and how to ask someone out, to actually dating someone and breaking up. Each topic is followed by discussion questions. 

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  8. Asperger Syndrome: An Owner's Manual 2
    Asperger Syndrome: An Owner's Manual 2
    Rating:
    80% of 100
     $18.95

    A guide to understanding autism and personal strengths and resources. The perfect workbook.

    National Parenting Publications Award Winner!

    Asperger Syndrome: An Owner's Manual 2 for Older Adolescents and Adults is the eagerly anticipated sequel to Asperger Syndrome: An Owner's Manual, which was primarily written for middle school-age children. Using the same easy-to-follow format, this interactive workbook deals with issues that older adolescents and adults face such as relationships, marriage, independent living, employment, self-care, etc. This workbook is encouraging and positively written.

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