Autism and PDD: Adolescent Social Skills Lessons Behavior Modification

autism & pddAutism and PDD: Adolescent Social Skills Lessons by Pam Britton Reese and Nena C. Challenner.  

(XSS Britt 2001)

Each booklet in this series of 5 contains various one page lessons with each sentence supported by pictures.  Some of the lessons are instructional and are intended to teach children what they need to do and say in social situations that tend to be difficult for children with autism.  Other lessons are behavioral in nature and target specific problems.  This series includes the following areas:  Community, School, Getting Along, Home, and Behavior.

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Recreation Supports for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

IMG_1154Recreation Supports for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders by Alessa Brennan and Melanie Rose.

(XOT Brenn 2007)

This manual is designed to outline supports to use in a recreation setting that may increase the likelihood of successful participation. It shows how to prepare a child for a new activity and how to modify an activity and add structure. Pp. 13.

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Understanding Asperger’s Syndrome

fast factsUnderstanding Asperger’s Syndrome: Fast Facts–A Guide for Teachers and Educators to Address the Needs of the Student by Emily Burrows and Sheila Wagner.

(XAS Burro 2004)

This book is a guide for teachers and educators to address the needs of the student. Pp. 29.

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Autism

Autism by the National Institutes of Health.

(XAB Autis 1997)

This booklet includes the basics on what autism is, how it’s diagnosed, and accompanying disorders. It also discusses what can be done to improve the prognosis and help families learn to cope with the diagnosis. Pp. 60.

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