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Author: Peter VermeulenPublishing Info: Paperback 421 pages / May 2012Tags: communication, context blindness, social interaction.
According to Peter Vermeulen, treatment of autism is still too focused on behavior and minimally focused on observation or determining the way of thinking that leads to the behavior. In this groundbreaking book, inspired by the ideas of Uta Frith, the internationally known psychologist and a pioneer in theory of mind as it relates to autism, Vermeulen explains in everyday terms how the autistic brain functions with a particular emphasis on the apparent lack of sensitivity to and awareness of the context in which things happen.$48.95 Product Details »
Author: Shonna L. Tuck, M.A., SLPPublishing Info: Paperback 275 pages / July 2015Tags: joint attention, playskills, social interaction.
Many children age seven and under who struggle with social skills—especially those with autism, ADHD, anxiety, language delays, or behavior issues—find themselves perpetually on the sidelines, in timeout, or ignored by their peers in school and on the playground.$33.50 Product Details »
Author: Alan Sohn and Cathy GraysonPublishing Info: Paperback 288 pages / February 2005Tags: characteristics of Asperger Syndrome, Cognitive Social Integration Therapy, social interaction, understanding Asperger Syndrome.
Dr. Alan Sohn’s and Cathy Grayson’s groundbreaking Cognitive Social Integration Therapy (CSIT) offers practical solutions that help parents prepare their children for a fulfilling life of social interaction outside the confines of their syndrome$17.50 Product Details »