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Social Skills for Teenagers and Adults with Asperger Syndrome: A Practical Guide to Day-to-day Life


Social Skills for Teenagers and Adults with Asperger Syndrome: A Practical Guide to Day-to-day Life


$10.98


This resource provides practical strategies for helping teenagers and adults with Asperger Syndrome to navigate social skills, friendships and relationships at home and in the community.The author offers advice and useful strategies for tackling day-to-day problems such as visits to the dentist or the doctor, searching for a job, sorting out personal finances, going on vacation, and dealing with p…

Social Skills Activities for Secondary Students with Special Needs


Social Skills Activities for Secondary Students with Special Needs


$19.05


A flexible, ready-to-use activities program to help special students in grades 6-12The updated new edition of this valuable resource offers an exciting collection of 200 ready-to-use worksheets to help adolescents build the social skills they need to interact effectively with others and learn how to apply these skills to various real-life settings, situations, and problems. The book provides 20 co…

The Shyness and Social Anxiety Workbook for Teens: CBT and ACT Skills to Help You Build Social Confidence (Instant Help Book for Teens)


The Shyness and Social Anxiety Workbook for Teens: CBT and ACT Skills to Help You Build Social Confidence (Instant Help Book for Teens)


$9.89


Wouldn’t it be nice if you could just flick a switch and make your shyness go away? No more worrying about what others think about you, no more embarrassment in front of other people. You could just relax and feel comfortable and confident, the way you probably think everyone else feels. If you struggle with shyness, you’re all too familiar with the feeling of not knowing what to do or…

People Skills for Young Adults


People Skills for Young Adults


$43.34


Presents a course in social skills training for students age 16 and up, especially those with mild learning difficulties. Contains a series of lessons accompanied by teacher sheets, and examples of scenarios which students are encouraged to act out and discuss. There are also role plays and student help sheets, which develop areas covered in lessons. Issues covered include friends and relationships, self-confidence, and assertiveness.

Human Services for Older Adults: Concepts and Skills


Human Services for Older Adults: Concepts and Skills


$10.19


Human Services for Older Adults provides a broad overview of the conditions and context in which today’s older adults live, as well as practical information on how to work with them given today’s circumstances. Information is provided on the demographic characteristics of older people in America, discussing social, economic, and health problems confronting them and the needs of subgroups among the elderly population such as minority elderly, rural elderly, and older women. The book also provides information on various methods of working with older adults, and social programs available through the government, as well as other sources for meeting the needs of the elderly. The revised edition of a popular text, it is geared toward nurses, social workers, psychologists, gerontologists, counselors, and others who work in senior adult positions and settings.

Teaching Adults


Teaching Adults


$6.94


This is a survival guide to teaching adults in FE. Amanda Hayes places students at the heart of teaching and learning and provides readers with practical strategies to help them create a stimulating and effective learning environment in college, workplace and community venues. A wide range of issues are covered including: catering for different learning styles, managing learner’s expectations, promoting diversity and social inclusion, learning in the workplace and dealing with punctuality and retention. A variety of approaches are presented from which the reader can develop effective teaching and support strategies for their own situation and ensure that their adult students successfully gain academic and vocational skills, as well as self confidence.

Teaching, Learning and Assessment for Adults: Improving Foundation Skills


Teaching, Learning and Assessment for Adults: Improving Foundation Skills


$37.02


Adults with low skills in language, literacy and numeracy (LLN) are numerous in many OECD countries. They can include early school leavers, older learners who have not used their skills over time, immigrant and refugee learners, or individuals with disabilities. The consequences of these low foundation skills span the economic, health and social well-being of individuals, families and communities. Investment in this sector of adult education is therefore crucial. But what is known about whether and how programmes are meeting the needs of diverse learners? This study looks specifically inside the programmes for adult LLN learners, with a focus on formative assessment – referring to the frequent assessment of learner understanding and progress to identify needs and shape teaching and learning. Drawing upon evidence gathered in country reports, exemplary case studies and international literature reviews, it examines the impact and implementation of different teaching, learning and assessment practices for adult LLN learners; the way innovative programmes address the very diverse needs and goals of this population; and the policies that support or hinder effective practice. This book provides a strong foundation for understanding the fundamental issues at stake in the adult LLN education, and can guide future policy, practice and research. It will be of particular interest to policy makers, teachers and instructors, researchers, and students. A companion report which studies formative assessment in lower secondary schools was published in 2005 under the title Formative Assessment: Improving Learning in Secondary Classrooms.

Social Literacy : A Guide to Social Skills Seminars for Young Adults with ASDs, NLDs, and Social Anxiety


Social Literacy : A Guide to Social Skills Seminars for Young Adults with ASDs, NLDs, and Social Anxiety


$46.31


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Social Skills Games for Children


Social Skills Games for Children


$33.94


Featuring a wealth of familiar and easy-to-learn games, this practical handbook is designed to foster successful social strategies for children aged 5-12, and will help adults to understand and reflect constructively on children’s social skills. The book covers the theory behind the games in accessible language, and includes a broad range of enjoyable activities: active and passive, verbal and non-verbal, and for different sized groups. Deborah Plummer addresses issues that might arise when supporting children with a range of communication differences, including children with learning differences, and offers a variety of cognitive and behavioral strategies to help children to reinforce the skills explored in the games. This is an ideal resource for teachers, parents, carers and all those working to improve the social skills of children.

New Social Story Book: Illustrated Edition: Teaching Social Skills to Children and Adults with Autism, Asperger's Syndrome, and Ot


New Social Story Book: Illustrated Edition: Teaching Social Skills to Children and Adults with Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, and Ot


$7.27


Carol Gray offers a full 100 of her famous Social Stories, explaining what to do in everyday situations that spectrum children may find confusing. These simple, illustrated stories help them understand particular situations, what a child might do in that situation, and what the outcome might be. Sample stories include, "Can I hold the baby?"; "How to give a hug"; and "What am I supposed to do at recess?" Carol details how to write a Social Story, so you can tailor-make stories to fit your child’s needs. Included are directions for reviewing a Social Story with others, which encourages generalization.

Learning Social Skills - A Conversation Workbook


Learning Social Skills – A Conversation Workbook


$28.94


Conversation is a key to human interaction. It is important to be able to express your ideas and opinions so that other people can better understand your actions and your needs. This workbook helps teens and young adults master basic conversational skills that will allow them to navigate in real world situations. Topics are broken down into individual skills and are accompanied by activities that reinforce what has been learned. Topics include "Appropriate Topics of Conversation," "Starting Conversations," "Reciprocal Conversations," "Staying on Topic," "Respecting the Ideas of Others," and many more.

Social Skills for Teenagers and Adults with Asperger's Syndrome : A Practical Guide to Day-to-Day Life


Social Skills for Teenagers and Adults with Asperger’s Syndrome : A Practical Guide to Day-to-Day Life


$5.14


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 Evidence-Based Instructional Strategies for Transition


Evidence-Based Instructional Strategies for Transition


$25.66


To meet the high-stakes requirements of IDEA s Indicator 13, professionals need proven and practical ways to support successful transitions for young adults with significant disabilities. Now there’s a single guidebook to help them meet that critical goal-straight from David Test, one of today’s most highly respected authorities on transitions to adulthood. Packed with down-to-earth, immediately useful transition strategies, this book has the evidence-based guidance readers need to help students with moderate and severe disabilities prepare for every aspect of adult life, from applying for a job to improving social skills. Special educators, transition specialists, guidance counselors, and other professionals will discover how to align instruction with IDEA requirements. Get tips and tools to ensure full compliance with Indicator 13, including a checklist that shows at a glance whether an IEP meets the requirements. pinpoint student needs and interests with formal and informal assessment strategies. strengthen IEPs with measurable, relevant, and specific postsecondary goals. teach students the skills needed to succeed. Lesson plan starters, drawn from evidence-based practices identified by the National Secondary Transition Technical Assistance Center, make it easy to teach employment skills, life skills, and academic skills (see box). use the most effective instructional strategies, such as mnemonics, response prompting, peer assistance, visual displays, and computer-assisted instruction. assess effectiveness of instruction. Get a quick guide to the who, what, when, and why of data collection. increase student and family involvement in transition planning-the best way to ensure positive outcomes that reflect a student’s individual choices. Readers will help make transition as seamless as possible with practical materials that guide the planning process, including IEP templates and worksheets, checklists and key questions,

 I'm Not Bad, I'm Just Mad


I’m Not Bad, I’m Just Mad


$32.95


This professional edition includes both the Instant Help book and a companion CD that offers the complete book and printable worksheets for your clients. Anger control problems are common in children and can hamper academic and social development. In I”m Not Bad, I”m Just Mad kids learn skills for managing anger. They learn how to express anger in nondestructive ways, use problem-solving skills to head off anger, and cope with feelings of frustration. Anger is one of the most difficult emotions for children and adults. The skills offered in here can last into the teen years and beyond, and can help to ensure that a child reaches his or her full potential. This book is appropriate for kids between the ages of six and twelve.

 Living Well on the Spectrum


Living Well on the Spectrum


$22.95


Being different is old news for adults with Asperger syndrome and high-functioning autism (AS/HFA), whether they were diagnosed as children or only recently. Meeting a huge demand and providing indispensable practical guidance, prominent therapist Valerie Gaus shows how difference can be a strength. By mastering specific coping and problem-solving skills that neurotypical folks take for granted, people with AS/HFA can achieve greater success in everything from dealing with daily routines and social interactions to building a career and negotiating intimate relationships. The straight-talking, methodical writing style is expressly tailored to this audience”s preferences and needs. The book is packed with questionnaires and worksheets that help readers pinpoint their areas of greatest concern and develop personalized action plans to build the life they want –

 Living Well on the Spectrum: How to Use Your Strengths to Meet the Challenges of Asperger Syndrome/High-Functioning Autism


Living Well on the Spectrum: How to Use Your Strengths to Meet the Challenges of Asperger Syndrome/High-Functioning Autism


$15.86


Being “different” is old news for adults with asperger syndrome and high-functioning autism (AS/HFA), whether they were diagnosed as children or only recently. Meeting a huge demand and providing indispensable practical guidance, prominent therapist Valerie Gaus shows how difference can be a strength. By mastering specific coping and problem-solving skills that “neurotypical” folks take for granted, people with AS/HFA can achieve greater success in everything from dealing with daily routines and social interactions to building a career and negotiating intimate relationships. The straight-talking, methodical writing style is expressly tailored to this audience’s preferences and needs. The book is packed with questionnaires and worksheets that help readers pinpoint their areas of greatest concern and develop personalized action plans to build the life they want.

 Social Skills Activities for Secondary Students with Special Needs


Social Skills Activities for Secondary Students with Special Needs


$32.95


This thoroughly revised, updated, and expanded edition offers a practical resource for teachers who work with special students in grades 6-12. It is an essential aid to help middle and high school students gain the social skills necessary for success in school and in life. Designed as a self-contained program, the book outlines a flexible, ready-to-use approach (complete with reproducible activities) to help exceptional students learn and put into practice appropriate ways to behave among others. The activities offered here not only teach kids how to get along with others, but also help them learn to control a situation by actively participating and contributing to the social outcome.Veteran special educator Darlene Mannix provides 20 complete teaching units focusing on essential social skills such as being a good listener, “reading” other people, and using common sense. These are followed by 75 reproducible worksheets that help students practice applying the social skills to real-life situations in five different settings: home, school, work, among peers, and in the community. The worksheets cover routine as well as unusual situations and can be used in any order after students have completed the basic social skills training outlined in the book.Praise for Social Skills Activities for Secondary Students with Special Needs”Darlene Mannix’s Social Skills Activities for Secondary Students with Special Needs does what many books don’t do—it promotes the use of social-emotional skills with peers and adults across a variety of settings. Teachers will find this book practical and easy to use.”—Nick Elksnin, Ph.D., NCSP, Learning & Evaluation Resources, and Linda K. Elksnin, Ph.D., professors emerita, The Citadel; authors, Teaching Social-Emotional Skills at School and Home”This book helps teachers address a wide spectrum of social challenges—from those faced by all teens to the challenges seen in

 Social Skills Activities for Secondary Students with Special Needs


Social Skills Activities for Secondary Students with Special Needs


$32.95


This thoroughly revised, updated, and expanded edition offers a practical resource for teachers who work with special students in grades 6-12. It is an essential aid to help middle and high school students gain the social skills necessary for success in school and in life. Designed as a self-contained program, the book outlines a flexible, ready-to-use approach (complete with reproducible activities) to help exceptional students learn and put into practice appropriate ways to behave among others. The activities offered here not only teach kids how to get along with others, but also help them learn to control a situation by actively participating and contributing to the social outcome.Veteran special educator Darlene Mannix provides 20 complete teaching units focusing on essential social skills such as being a good listener, “reading” other people, and using common sense. These are followed by 75 reproducible worksheets that help students practice applying the social skills to real-life situations in five different settings: home, school, work, among peers, and in the community. The worksheets cover routine as well as unusual situations and can be used in any order after students have completed the basic social skills training outlined in the book.Praise for Social Skills Activities for Secondary Students with Special Needs”Darlene Mannix’s Social Skills Activities for Secondary Students with Special Needs does what many books don’t do—it promotes the use of social-emotional skills with peers and adults across a variety of settings. Teachers will find this book practical and easy to use.”—Nick Elksnin, Ph.D., NCSP, Learning & Evaluation Resources, and Linda K. Elksnin, Ph.D., professors emerita, The Citadel; authors, Teaching Social-Emotional Skills at School and Home”This book helps teachers address a wide spectrum of social challenges—from those faced by all teens to the challenges seen in

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