Social stories for kids in conflict / John Ling

By: Ling, John.
London ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2017Edition: second edition.Description: 154 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm.ISBN: 9781911186021.Subject(s): ADOLESCENTS | BEHAVIOUR MANAGEMENT | SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR | SOCIAL STORIESOnline resources: Click to access online resources Library Staff only
Contents:
Introduction. - Structure of the book: Social stories. - Carttons and other visual tecniques. - Online resources. - Planning sheet. - Subject index. - Part 1: Social stories. - Part 2: Cartoons and other visual techniques. - Part 3: Context. - Setting the contents in a real context. - Involving other children. - Bibliography.
Summary: "This book will help people who work and/or live with young people who have difficulties with their behaviour and relationships with others. It has developed from work with young people who have autism, Asperger syndrome and related conditions such as Tourette syndrome and ADHD. However, the ideas and techniques described here can be used to help all young people to become more aware of their behaviour and its effect on other people." - INTRODUCTION
List(s) this item appears in: Autism books and DVDs - highly rated .CM Aug 2019 | Life skills for children Sept 2020 | Writing social stories. Dec 2020
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Previous edition: Milton Keynes: Speechmark, 2010

"A Speechmark book"--Front cover

Introduction. - Structure of the book: Social stories. - Carttons and other visual tecniques. - Online resources. - Planning sheet. - Subject index. - Part 1: Social stories. - Part 2: Cartoons and other visual techniques. - Part 3: Context. - Setting the contents in a real context. - Involving other children. - Bibliography.

"This book will help people who work and/or live with young people who have difficulties with their behaviour and relationships with others. It has developed from work with young people who have autism, Asperger syndrome and related conditions such as Tourette syndrome and ADHD. However, the ideas and techniques described here can be used to help all young people to become more aware of their behaviour and its effect on other people." - INTRODUCTION

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I have used the 1st edition a lot. There are 1 or 2 extra ideas in here and it's a slimmer volume so easier to carry around. It has starting points for most difficulties we encounter working with ASD/behavioural challenges. the approach is simple, direct and in my case effective. Great for PB4L too.

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