Stuff you need to know : a guide for young adults with autism / Patricia Weaver.
By: Weaver, Patricia.Publisher: Arlington, TX : Future Horizons, 2018Description: 123 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781941765913.Subject(s): INTELLECTUAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES | AUTISM | YOUNG ADULTS | LIFE SKILLS | INDEPENDENT LIVING SKILLS | HEALTH AND SAFETY | HEALTH EDUCATION | PERSONAL SAFETY | EMERGENCIES | MONEY MANAGEMENT | TIME MANAGEMENT | COOKING | PERSONAL HYGIENE
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UNIT 1 BEING HEALTHY: Healthy numbers. - An active lifestyle. - a special diet. - Smart eating. - UNIT 2 PERSONAL PRESENTATION. Good hygiene. - Fashion sense. - Clothing malfunction. - The right clothes at the right time. - UNIT 3 TIME & MONEY MANAGEMENT: Scheduling your day. - Scheduling a fun activity. - Planning your finances. - UNIT 4 EMERGENCIES. A real emergency? - Fire safety. - Natural disasters. - UNIT 5: Personal injury. - Self assessment. - Accidents at home. - Too friendly. - UNIT 6 TECHNOLOGY: check out my phone! - Technology frustrations. - Social networking. -UNIT 7: COKKING. - I'm hungry! - Time to shop at the grocery store. - Cooking safely. - WORKSHEET EXAMPLES.
"Is your child with autism getting ready to live on their own? Stuff You Need to Know is a guide to help kids and young adults with autism learn the most basic skills to achieve independence. This workbook covers beginner-level tasks such as: Reading nutritional labels and making healthy choices. Practicing good hygiene and getting ready independently. Following a recipe to make lunch. Realizing when something is an emergency (and having an action plan).
Using technology and social media safely." - PUBLISHER'S WEBSITE
This resource, written by a mom and proven to have helped hundreds of young adults even before publication, will help your child take their first steps to a safe, happy, and independent life."