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Autism: Attacking Social Interaction Problems (Bundle)

Co-Authors: Betholyn F. Gentry, Pamela Wiley, Jamie Torres-Feliciano
Details:
1010 pages, Illustrated (B/W) 1 lbs
Release Date:
09/30/2015
$195.33

Overview

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The Autism: Attacking Social Interaction Problems (AASIP) program provides a comprehensive yet practical approach to teaching social communication skills across the life span to individuals with moderate to high functioning autism spectrum disorder and other disorders that result in social communication deficits.

Includes one copy of each AASIP manual:

*Autism: Attacking Social Interaction Problems: A Therapy Manual Targeting Social Skills in Children 4-9
Includes sample parent letters, teacher letters, weekly skill steps, and simple stories to reinforce the information presented in the text as well as suggestions for extension activities. Children will enjoy engaging with their peers as they learn how to become social communicators and build their confidence. This user-friendly workbook includes 16 chapters divided into two units for children 4-6 and 7-9 years of age, allowing flexibility to select activities from either age group depending on the needs of the children. These lessons can be easily used in school settings as well as clinical settings.

*Autism: Attacking Social Interaction Problems: A Therapy Manual Targeting Social Skills in Children 10-12
Includes 32 age-appropriate lessons that allow the instructor the flexibility to select from three to four activities for each lesson. Children will enjoy engaging with their peers as they learn how to become social communicators and build their confidence. This user-friendly workbook includes eight chapters with four complete lessons in each chapter. These lessons can be easily used in school settings as well as other clinical settings. Included in this workbook are sample parent letters, teacher letters, weekly skill steps, and social skills stories to reinforce the information presented in the text as well as suggestions for extension activities.

*Autism: Attacking Social Interaction Problems: A Therapy Manual Targeting Social Skills in Teens
Designed specifically for individuals 13-16 years of age and includes ten chapters with three lessons in each chapter. Topics were suggested by teens with ASD and their parents. The lessons are filled with fun and age-appropriate activities that incorporate current issues facing teens today such as peer pressure, joining in, honesty, self-esteem, dealing with bullies, and social media. The activities utilize games, worksheets, role-play skits and discussion questions, and can be used in social skills groups.

*Autism: Attacking Social Interaction Problems: A Pre-Vocational Training Manual for Ages 17+
Includes more than 140 activities to promote success in the workplace and in the community. The AASIP Pre-Vocational Training Program provides a comprehensive yet practical approach to teaching social communication skills needed in the workplace and across the life span to individuals with moderate to high functioning autism spectrum disorder and other diagnoses that result in social communication deficits. The book brings added value by including activities that address three additional core clusters of skills: personal development, social skills for life, and daily living. Topics presented in this program include sexting-texting and TMI (too much information), workplace idioms, social white lies, shades of no, the workplace bully, and unwritten rules of society. These engaging activities, which include interactive videos, deviate from the typical approach to teaching by challenging the participants to explore, develop rules, and generate strategies. This Pre-vocational program, while developed for speech-language pathologists, can also be easily used by high school and college counselors, special educators, job coaches, and parents.

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