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Everyday Education [electronic resource] : Visual Support for Children with Autism.

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9781843104575Publication details: London : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2007.ISBN:
  • 9781846425967
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Everyday Education : Visual Support for Children with AutismDDC classification:
  • 371.92 618.92/85882
LOC classification:
  • RJ506.A9D97 2007
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Contents:
Cover; Title Page; CONTENTS; Foreword by Lennart Pedersen; PREFACE; Introduction; 1 The physical arrangements; 2 Daily schedule; 3 Preparing for special occasions; 4 Support for learning new skills; 5 Structured activities; 6 Visual support for communication; 7 Visual support for social interaction; 8 Practical information; RESOURCES; ABOUT THE CENTRE FOR AUTISM;
Summary: 'These are my signs! Before I got my signs all I could do was cry.'. -Dicte, a 7-year-old with infantile autism. Visual support aids can be highly effective tools for increasing levels of communication and independence in children with autism, who often have difficulty interpreting spoken language and non-verbal facial expressions. Fully illustrated with inspiring examples, Everyday Education provides a wealth of ideas for creating visual support aids for children on the autism spectrum. Photographs and clear, practical explanations describe how these tools can be arranged helpfully aro
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Cover; Title Page; CONTENTS; Foreword by Lennart Pedersen; PREFACE; Introduction; 1 The physical arrangements; 2 Daily schedule; 3 Preparing for special occasions; 4 Support for learning new skills; 5 Structured activities; 6 Visual support for communication; 7 Visual support for social interaction; 8 Practical information; RESOURCES; ABOUT THE CENTRE FOR AUTISM;

'These are my signs! Before I got my signs all I could do was cry.'. -Dicte, a 7-year-old with infantile autism. Visual support aids can be highly effective tools for increasing levels of communication and independence in children with autism, who often have difficulty interpreting spoken language and non-verbal facial expressions. Fully illustrated with inspiring examples, Everyday Education provides a wealth of ideas for creating visual support aids for children on the autism spectrum. Photographs and clear, practical explanations describe how these tools can be arranged helpfully aro