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In this updated edition, new pages include additional pages directed towards older readers. For example, teens exploring how their identity relates to their diagnosis may be interested in the pages titled: The Wording for Me and Autism: “Identity First” and “Person First” (p. 20, 21). Pages 28-29 offer additional resources to the parent or professional regarding this language. Pages regarding the importance and meaning of stimming are new, along with pages regarding Self-Injurious Behavior, tics, emotional pain, empathy, and many, many more. In the section regarding Friends, Catherine includes what she’s learned from adults and teens regarding the importance of internet friendships as a vital and sustaining force in many otherwise isolated lives. She’s also added new information regarding the dangers that may be associated with meeting people online, and practical tips regarding protecting one’s personal safety.$48.95 Product Details »
This useful, accessible guide offers teachers and parents a better understanding of children on the autism spectrum and provides them with the kinds of support and intervention they need.$19.95 Product Details »
The Child with Autism at Home and in the Community: Over 600 Must-Have Tips for Making Home Life and Outings Easier for Everyone!
Parents with children on the autism spectrum want solutions and ready-to-use ideas for overcoming day-to-day obstacles, and that’s exactly what this book provides. Hundreds of do’s and don’ts in bulleted lists will improve lives immediately.$13.95 Product Details »