Revealing the hidden social code : social stories for people with autistic spectrum disorders

By: Howley, Marie.
Contributor(s): Arnold, Eileen.
Publisher: London JKP 2005Edition: 1st.Description: 160 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 1843102226.Subject(s): SOCIAL STORIES | AUTISM | LIFE SKILLSSummary: Explains the key elements of Social Stories, reviews the guidelines for writing them, and helps writers to structure and develop their stories. Provides detailed guidance and encouragement for the different stages of what is often a challenging process, offering advice on presentation and suggestions for using the approach to enhance other strategies. Recommended by the originator of Social Stories, Carol Gray, is an authoritative guide to writing and using successful and targeted Social Stories to develop understanding of social interaction.
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Explains the key elements of Social Stories, reviews the guidelines for writing them, and helps writers to structure and develop their stories. Provides detailed guidance and encouragement for the different stages of what is often a challenging process, offering advice on presentation and suggestions for using the approach to enhance other strategies. Recommended by the originator of Social Stories, Carol Gray, is an authoritative guide to writing and using successful and targeted Social Stories to develop understanding of social interaction.

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Good academic detail as to 'why' social stories work, and how to write them.

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