Thursday, December 16, 2010
'Asperger's What Does It Mean To Me?'
It's also really easy to make photo copies and white out the term "Autism" or "Asperger's" if you want to start a conversation with your child or client but do not want to use the label. The book covers all areas-- from explaining what it means to be on the autism spectrum to communication styles, social experiences, and sensory differences. The format of the workbook is mainly multiple choice so the child has answers to pull from and does
not have to write a lot.
This is also a great resource for parents, teachers, and other
professionals who are looking for practical strategies. It goes
into detail about using schedules, adapting tasks and lessons,
how to approach homework, play dates, you name it! This
book has by far been one of the most helpful resources I've
come across to date.