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Author Nelson, Andrew, 1978-

Title Foundation role plays for autism : role plays for working with individuals with autism spectrum disorders, parents, peers, teachers and other professionals / Andrew Nelson
Published London ; Philadelphia : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2010


Description 1 online resource (160 pages)
Contents FRONT COVER; Foundation Role Plays for Autism Role: Plays for Working with Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Parents, Peers, Teachers and Other Professionals; CONTENTS; FOREWORD by Dr. Pamela Wolfberg; INTRODUCTION; CHAPTER1 Role Play for Individuals on the Autism Spectrum; CHAPTER 2 Role Play for Teachers and Caregivers; CHAPTER 3 Role Play for Parents; CHAPTER 4 Role Play for Peers; Chapter 5; CHAPTER 5 Printable Tools for Facilitation; REFERENCES; CD TRACK LIST
Summary Role play is an ideal tool for helping people with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) develop and practice communication and social skills. It is also an effective way of informing others about what it's like to have ASD, and of teaching professionals how individuals with ASD can best be supported. "Foundation Role Plays for Autism" contains safe and structured role plays for working with different groups, including individuals with ASD, their teachers, caregivers, parents and peers. It provides materials for custom-making role plays to suit the specific needs of participants and photoc
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (page 159)
Notes Print version record
Subject Autism spectrum disorders -- Treatment
Autistic children.
Role playing in children -- Therapeutic use
Role playing.
Autistic Disorder -- therapy
Role Playing
children (people by age group)
MEDICAL -- Psychiatry -- Child & Adolescent.
Role playing
Autism spectrum disorders -- Treatment
Autistic children
Role playing in children -- Therapeutic use
Form Electronic book
LC no. 2009039782
ISBN 9780857003782