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A guide to writing social stories : step-by-step guidelines for parents and professionals

Author: Chris Williams; Barry Wright
Publisher: London ; Philadelphia : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2017. ©2017
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Created with the input of parents and professionals, this step-by-step guide shows exactly how to create effective Social Stories (TM) for children with an autism spectrum disorder. This book shows  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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(DLC) 2016027410
(OCoLC)953739010
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Chris Williams; Barry Wright
ISBN: 9781784503888 1784503886
OCLC Number: 966564051
Description: 1 online resource (141 pages.)
Contents: Introduction. Part 1. 1.1. Understanding Autism. 1.1.1. Mindblindness. 1.1.2. Getting the Gist. 1.1.3. Language and Communication. 1.1.4. Imagination, Memory, Time Perception, Planning. 1.1.5. Sensory, Interests, Preoccupations and Compulsions. 1.1.6. Strengths and Skills. 1.2. What is a Social Story? 1.2.1. What makes a Social Story different? 1.2.2. When should I write a Social Story? 1.2.3. What are they for? 1.2.4. What is different about children with ASD? Why are Social Stories important for them? 1.2.5. What are the Benefits of Social Stories? Part 2. 2.1. A Guide to Social Stories. 2.1.1. A Summary of how to write a Social Story including Jodie's Story. 2.1.2. Step I: The Goal and Gathering Information. 2.1.3. Step II: Writing the Social Story. 2.1.4. Implementing the Social Story. Part 3. 3.1. Gathering Information. 3.1.1. Worked example using the template (George) Why do people fart? 3.1.2. Worked example using the template (Matthew) Time to Think. 3.1.3. Worked example (Thomas) What happens when I have a Seizure? 3.1.4. When not to use Social Stories. Part 4. 4.1. Examples of Social Stories. 4.1.1. Why we go to school. 4.1.2. Working on my own. 4.1.3. Focussing and Concentrating. 4.1.4. Trying Hard at Swimming. 4.1.5. Joining School Swimming Lessons. 4.1.6. What is Respect? 4.1.7. Happy Playtimes. 4.1.8. Taking New Medicine. 4.1.9. Finding out about Archbishop Holgate's 6th Form. 4.1.10. Visiting the Dentist. 4.1.11. Why We Do Homework. 4.1.12. How to Take Tests. 4.1.13. Waiting to ask the Teacher a Question. 4.1.14. Going to Flamingo Land. 4.1.15. I am a Kind, Intelligent Person. 4.1.16. Spiderman is a Film Character. 4.1.17. Using Words that People Like. Part 5. 5.1. A Template for Making Sense of a Child's Behaviour and Planning Ways to Help. 5.2. Step by Step Flowchart. 5.3. Checklist. 5.4. Checklist (Short Version). References. Definition of Terms.
Responsibility: Chris Williams and Barry Wright.

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