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Solving executive function challenges : simple ways to get kids with autism unstuck and on target

Author: Lauren KenworthyLaura Gutermuth AnthonyKatie C AlexanderMonica Adler WernerLynn M CannonAll authors
Publisher: Baltimore : Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co., [2014] ©2014
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"An extension of Brookes's 2011 school curriculum Unstuck and On Target! An Executive Function Curriculum to Improve Flexibility for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Research Edition. Helps children with autism spectrum disorder understand and improve flexibility by hearing the same vocabulary and encountering the same expectations at home and school"--
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lauren Kenworthy; Laura Gutermuth Anthony; Katie C Alexander; Monica Adler Werner; Lynn M Cannon; Lisa Greenman
ISBN: 9781598576030 1598576038
OCLC Number: 873035237
Description: xvii, 165 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Machine generated contents note: For Whom Is This Book Written? / Brenda Smith Myles --
How to Use This Manual / Brenda Smith Myles --
Making Unstuck and On Target! a Way of Life / Brenda Smith Myles --
What Is Executive Function? / Brenda Smith Myles --
How Is Executive Function Impaired in Autism Spectrum Disorder? / Brenda Smith Myles --
Two Ways to Help: Change the Environment and Teach New Skills / Brenda Smith Myles --
Three Executive Function Skills / Brenda Smith Myles --
How Do You Make It Happen? Four Teaching Methods / Brenda Smith Myles --
What Is Cognitive Flexibility, and Why Is Being Flexible Important? / Brenda Smith Myles --
What Are the Key Words and Scripts or Phrases? / Brenda Smith Myles --
Teach by Doing: How to Model Being Flexible/Unstuck / Brenda Smith Myles --
How to Make It Fun / Brenda Smith Myles --
Key Visual and Technological Supports / Brenda Smith Myles --
What Are Goal Setting and Planning, and Why Are They Important? / Brenda Smith Myles --
What Are the Key Words and Scripts or Phrases? / Brenda Smith Myles --
Teach by Doing: How to Model Goal, Plan, Do, Check / Brenda Smith Myles --
How to Make It Fun / Brenda Smith Myles --
Key Visual and Technological Supports / Brenda Smith Myles --
What Is a Target Goal, and Why Is It Important? / Brenda Smith Myles --
What Are the Key Words and Scripts or Phrases? / Brenda Smith Myles --
Teach by Doing: How to Model Staying on Target / Brenda Smith Myles --
How to Make It Fun / Brenda Smith Myles --
Key Visual and Technological Supports / Brenda Smith Myles --
Why Keep It Positive / Brenda Smith Myles --
How to Keep It Positive / Brenda Smith Myles --
Why Avoid Overload? / Brenda Smith Myles --
How to Avoid Overload / Brenda Smith Myles --
Why Break Things Down (When This Child Is So Smart)? / Brenda Smith Myles --
How to Break Things Down and Help a Child Build up to Mastering New Skills / Brenda Smith Myles --
Why Talk Less, Write More (When This Child Has a Bigger Vocabulary than I do)? / Brenda Smith Myles --
How to Talk Less, Write More / Brenda Smith Myles --
Why Should I Take Care of Myself (When It's My Child Who Is Having Difficulty)? / Brenda Smith Myles --
How to Take Care of Yourself / Brenda Smith Myles --
Why Have Coping Strategies Ready? / Brenda Smith Myles --
How to Have Coping Strategies Ready / Brenda Smith Myles --
Why Think "Can't, Not Won't"? / Brenda Smith Myles --
How to Think "Can't, Not Won't" / Brenda Smith Myles --
Why Make Technology My Ally? / Brenda Smith Myles --
How to Make Technology Your Ally / Brenda Smith Myles.
Responsibility: by Lauren Kenworthy, Ph. D., Children's National Medical Center, Washington, D.C., Laura Gutermuth Anthony, Ph. D., Children's National Medical Center, Washington, D.C., Katie C. Alexander, M.S., OTR, the Ivymount School, Rockville, Maryland, Monica Adler Werner, M.A., the Ivymount School, Rockville, Maryland, Lynn M. Cannon, M. Ed., the Ivymount School, Rockville, Maryland and Lisa Greenman, J.D.

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This quick problem-solving guide helps you explicitly teach critical executive function skills to high-functioning children with autism (Grades K-8).  Read more...

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