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From Home to School with Autism [electronic resource] : How to Make Inclusion a Success

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9781849051699Publication details: London : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2011.ISBN:
  • 9780857004086
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: No title; Print version:: From Home to School with Autism : How to Make Inclusion a SuccessDDC classification:
  • 371.94
LOC classification:
  • LC4717.A39 2010
Online resources:
Contents:
FromHome toSchoolwithAutismHow to Make Inclusion a Success; Preface; 1: Introduction; 2: First Steps; 3: The Importance of Good Communication; 4: How the Parents/Caregivers Can Help the School; 5: The Home/School Liaison; 6: Starting School Procedures; 7: Visual Support in the Classroom; 8: Supporting Transitions at Home and School; 9: The 'Good Job Log Book'; 10: Disclosure: Who Needs to Know?; 11: Avoiding Trouble in the Classroom; 12: Top Tips forTeaching Assistants; 13: Pictorial Narratives; 14: Troubleshooting; 15: The Final Word
Summary: Beginning school is a challenging time for most young children. For those with an Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) the significant change this entails can be overwhelming, and everyone involved will be in need of guidance to make the transition as smooth and as stress-free as possible. This positive and practical book arms schools with a wealth of essential information, easy-to-implement strategies and photocopiable resources that will help to make early schooldays an enjoyable experience for young children on the spectrum. Constructive suggestions, such as introducing visual schedules and acc
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FromHome toSchoolwithAutismHow to Make Inclusion a Success; Preface; 1: Introduction; 2: First Steps; 3: The Importance of Good Communication; 4: How the Parents/Caregivers Can Help the School; 5: The Home/School Liaison; 6: Starting School Procedures; 7: Visual Support in the Classroom; 8: Supporting Transitions at Home and School; 9: The 'Good Job Log Book'; 10: Disclosure: Who Needs to Know?; 11: Avoiding Trouble in the Classroom; 12: Top Tips forTeaching Assistants; 13: Pictorial Narratives; 14: Troubleshooting; 15: The Final Word

Beginning school is a challenging time for most young children. For those with an Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) the significant change this entails can be overwhelming, and everyone involved will be in need of guidance to make the transition as smooth and as stress-free as possible. This positive and practical book arms schools with a wealth of essential information, easy-to-implement strategies and photocopiable resources that will help to make early schooldays an enjoyable experience for young children on the spectrum. Constructive suggestions, such as introducing visual schedules and acc