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Passport to friendship : facilitating peer play for children with ASD

Publisher: Oakland (USA) bia 2006Edition: 1st.Description: 1x DVD ; 37 min.Subject(s): AUTISM | PLAY | PEER INTERACTIONSummary: Offers a step-by-step approach to generating successful peer play for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Uses clear examples, insights from parents, and expert commentary from Hilary Baldi. Leads to the viewer taking away a set of strategies for setting up and facilitating positive peer play experiences for child or student. Includes play activities, from simple rough-and-tumble games to creative ideas for construction play.
List(s) this item appears in: Social skills- DVDs June 2017 | Games to teach social skills. Jan 2019
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Offers a step-by-step approach to generating successful peer play for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Uses clear examples, insights from parents, and expert commentary from Hilary Baldi. Leads to the viewer taking away a set of strategies for setting up and facilitating positive peer play experiences for child or student. Includes play activities, from simple rough-and-tumble games to creative ideas for construction play.

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Very helpful resource - something to put into action straight away

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Good ideas to educate supporting mainstream peers

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Very informative, great examples, easy to understand.

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Very useful as it had practical, step by step guide to promoting and assisting play

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