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Building Social Relationships 2 – A Systematic Approach to Teaching Social Interaction Skills to Children and Adolescents on the Autism SpectrumAuthor: Scott BelliniPublishing Info: Paperback 292 pages / March 2016Tags: Autism Social Skills Profile, social cognition, social cognitive processing, social competence, Social skills training.
Building Social Relationships organizes the myriad social skills strategies and resources currently available to make it easier for parents and educational professionals to teach social skills and design social skills programs for children with ASD.$55.95 Product Details »
Author: Michelle Garcia WinnerPublishing Info: Softcover 224 pages / January 2000Tags: social cognition, Social thinking.
Children and young people with diagnoses such as high-functioning autism, Asperger syndrome, PDD-NOS or non-verbal learning disabilities often have difficulty with “social-cognition”.$36.95 Product Details »
The Hidden Curriculum and Other Everyday Challenges for Elementary-Age Children With High-Functioning AutismAuthor: Haley Morgan Myles and Annelise KolarPublishing Info: Paperback 68 pages / 2013Tags: hidden curriculum, social cognition, social communication.
Young authors Haley Myles and Annellise Kolar give simple, no-nonsense advice on how to handle everyday occurrences that can be challenging for children on the autism spectrum. This reader-friendly book provides social rules that help children with peer relationships, school and everyday activities.$26.50 Product Details »
Tags: emotional regulation, Incredible 5 Point Scale, learning strengths, social cognition, video self-modeling.
Featuring Kari Dunn Buron
Highly rigid and restrictive routines are a part of the autism diagnosis. If we look at autism through the neurodiversity lens we might notice that repetitive routines are a learning strength for autistic individuals.
The Incredible 5-Point Scale was developed with this assumption in mind. The scale is a highly systemized method of teaching social and emotional information. What we have found over the recent 20 years is that focusing on rigidity and inflexibility as a learning strength, and placing value on that learning channel, can assist educators and parents in creating successful strategies.