Social thinking across the home and school day. The ILAUGH framework and related therapy strategies for kids with social cognitive deficits: HFA, AS, NLD, PDD

By: Winner, Michelle Garcia.
Publisher: Jenison, MI The Gray Center 2003Description: 2 x DVD.Subject(s): AUTISM | NONVERBAL CHILDREN | ASPERGER SYNDROME | PERVASIVE DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS | SOCIAL INTERACTION | SOCIAL SKILLS | TEACHING STRATEGIESSummary: Defines the ILAUGH framework which is a six-point model of social cognition which can be used with students with autism, Asperger syndrome, non-verbal learning disorders and pervasive developmental disorders. Focuses on the fact that students with social cognition deficits express these deficits not only during social interaction but in the classroom as well. Provides strategies for assisting them across their home and school day. Demonstrates primary and secondary school-aged students working in groups and individually to facilitate social thinking and related skills.
List(s) this item appears in: Social skills for children. May 2017 | Non verbal children with autism. Oct 2017
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Defines the ILAUGH framework which is a six-point model of social cognition which can be used with students with autism, Asperger syndrome, non-verbal learning disorders and pervasive developmental disorders. Focuses on the fact that students with social cognition deficits express these deficits not only during social interaction but in the classroom as well. Provides strategies for assisting them across their home and school day. Demonstrates primary and secondary school-aged students working in groups and individually to facilitate social thinking and related skills.

Patron comment on 25/08/2016

Was a great resource to help plan a social skills group.

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Good to share with support staff for personal development

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For teachers

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