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  1. The Verbal Behavior Approach

    The Verbal Behavior Approach

    How to Teach Children with Autism and Related Disorders

    Mary Lynch Barbera with Tracy Rasmussen

    The Verbal Behavior (VB) approach is a form of Applied Behavior Analysis that is based on B.F. Skinner's analysis of verbal behaviour. In this book Barbera draws on her experiences as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and also as a parent of a child with autism to explain VB and how to use it. Learn More
    2007, 200pp
  2. Planning to Learn

    Planning to Learn

    Creating and Using a Personal Planner with Young People on the Autism Spectrum

    Keely Harper-Hill and Stephanie Lord

    The authors share tried and tested techniques for creating and using a personal planner to help individuals on the autism spectrum to develop independence. This illustrated photocopiable workbook is packed with guidance, support and helpful notes for those new to, or experienced in, working with children and young people with ASD. Learn More
    2007, 144pp
  3. Intervention and Support for Parents and Carers of Children and Young People on the Autism Spectrum

    Intervention and Support for Parents and Carers of Children and Young People on the Autism Spectrum

    A Resource for Trainers

    Barry Wright and Chris Williams

    The manual is divided into ten sessions that introduce a topic related to autism and Asperger Syndrome. During each session parents are introduced to a new topic and are invited to participate in exercises and group discussions that serve to reinforce the key messages discussed earlier. Each session closes with recommended reading and 'homework'. Learn More
    2007, 256pp
  4. Reaching and Teaching the Child with Autism Spectrum Disorder

    Reaching and Teaching the Child with Autism Spectrum Disorder

    Using Learning Preferences and Strengths

    Heather MacKenzie

    This book provides a positive approach to understanding and educating children on the autism spectrum. The book gives greater insight into the perspective and behavior of a child with autism and explores how the child's learning preferences, strengths and interests can be used to facilitate learning and enhance motivation. Learn More
    2008, 272pp
  5. Challenging the Gifted Child

    Challenging the Gifted Child

    An Open Approach to Working with Advanced Young Readers

    Margaret Stevens

    This book outlines an approach for encouraging able children to focus their active minds in a productive way and discover the joy of reading. It encourages the development of independent learning skills and will help parents and educators to create a personalized reading programme for a gifted child at home or small groups of children in school. Learn More
    2008, 192pp
  6. A Book About What Autism Can Be Like

    A Book About What Autism Can Be Like

    Sue Adams

    Chris and Andrew are here to help people understand the experiences of a child with autism, and how others can help by understanding how they are different, and recognising their unique talents. This fully-illustrated book is targeted at boys and girls aged 5+, and also serves as an excellent starting point for family and classroom discussions. Learn More
    2008, 48pp
  7. Your Special Student

    Your Special Student

    A Book for Educators of Children Diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome

    Josie Santomauro and Margaret-Anne Carter, illustrated by Carla Marino

    Intended as a support tool in the initial period after diagnosis, this book addresses questions or concerns that teachers might have, such as integrating the AS student; dealing with tricky situations; and encouraging the 'gifts' of AS. Also included are poems, stories, illustrations and activities. Learn More
    2009, 96pp
  8. Fuzzy Buzzy Groups for Children with Developmental and Sensory Processing Difficulties

    Fuzzy Buzzy Groups for Children with Developmental and Sensory Processing Difficulties

    A Step-by-Step Resource

    Fiona Brownlee and Lindsay Munro, illustrated by Aisling Nolan

    This resource has been devised to address the needs of children with sensory processing difficulties and development delay in specialist and inclusive settings. It contains everything you need to run a Fuzzy Buzzy group: from advice for choosing sensory food and drink to tips for involving parents in the group and sourcing sensory materials. Learn More
    2009, 96pp
  9. What is Friendship?

    What is Friendship?

    Games and Activities to Help Children to Understand Friendship

    Pamela Day

    This programme contains detailed instructions and photocopiable handouts for teaching children about friendship. It combines group activities, individual work, homework exercises and games, and will be especially useful for groups containing children with developmental and social difficulties, such as ADHD or autism. Learn More
    2009, 96pp
  10. Working with Asperger Syndrome in the Classroom

    Working with Asperger Syndrome in the Classroom

    An Insider’s Guide

    Gill D. Ansell

    The book begins by exploring how children with AS operate and the implications for mainstream school settings. It goes on to give practical advice for one-on-one working, DIY resources for visual learners, tools for effective assessment, and much more. Information on how personal wellbeing can be maintained in stressful situations is included. Learn More
    2010, 176pp

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