Social detective skills for kids with autism & Asperger's / Janine Toole
By: Toole, Janine.Series: Six-minute social skills ; workbook 2.Publisher: British Columbia, Canada : Happy Frog Press, 2017Copyright date: 2017Description: 101 pages : illustrations, forms ; 28 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780995320888.Subject(s): AUTISM | ASPERGER SYNDROME | CHILDREN | SOCIAL SKILLSGenre/Form: Handbooks and manuals. | Life skills guides.
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Introduction -- 1. What are social expectations -- 2. How do we figure out social expectations? -- 3. How do I know if I am meeting social expectations? -- 4. What to do when social expectations aren't met -- 5. Social detective skills in action
"Social Detective Skills for Kids with Autism & Asperger’s is your field guide for helping children strengthen the skills they need to comfortably engage in personal interactions. The easy-to-use workbook provides no-prep exercises that can be completed in just six minutes and is ideal for learners who misread body language and mood, find group activities too overwhelming, or who fail to make and keep friends. Using Social Detective Skills for Kids with Autism & Asperger’s, your child will develop the skills to:
Determine the social expectations of any situation.
Engage successfully in a variety of social situations.
Deal with conflicting social expectations.
React appropriately when there is a problem.
Your socially struggling student will learn that everyday engagements can be understood… and rewarding!
Social Detective Skills for Kids with Autism & Asperger’s is the essential trainer for ASD learners to decode the confusing neurotypical social landscape. If you’re a parent, caregiver, or teaching professional looking for hands-on, proven techniques, then you’ll love Dr. Toole’s engaging and effective approach."