Inclusive Programming for High School Students with Autism or Aspergers Syndrome: A Guide for Parents and Teachers

Inclusive Programming for High School Students with Autism or Aspergers Syndrome: A Guide for Parents and Teachers

by Sheila Wagner
     
 

High school can be challenging for any student, but it can be especially so for students on the autism spectrum. Social, emotional, and behavioral challenges often add to typical teen issues. This book help parents and teachers bridge the gaps between students and their education. It provides the practical information caregivers need so that they can provide

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Overview

High school can be challenging for any student, but it can be especially so for students on the autism spectrum. Social, emotional, and behavioral challenges often add to typical teen issues. This book help parents and teachers bridge the gaps between students and their education. It provides the practical information caregivers need so that they can provide adequate support for young adults while they are in school. This book also instructs caregivers how to prepare students for college, jobs, and other issues they may encounter in the future.

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“Sheila’s book goes a long way toward addressing the myriad of issues and positive ideas that wrap around the overarching concept of inclusion. …Thankfully, this book does an excellent job of exploring the range of topics that need to be discussed, not only with students who have Asperger’s Syndrome and similar disabilities, but also with educational providers and families. Spun with humor and insight, it offers the reader a firm grasp of the issues facing our teens as they prepare for their own adulthood.”

Michelle Garcia Winner, from the Foreword

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781932565577
Publisher:
Future Horizons, Inc.
Publication date:
05/01/2009
Pages:
392
Sales rank:
957,097
Product dimensions:
8.50(w) x 10.90(h) x 1.10(d)

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“Sheila’s book goes a long way toward addressing the myriad of issues and positive ideas that wrap around the overarching concept of inclusion. …Thankfully, this book does an excellent job of exploring the range of topics that need to be discussed, not only with students who have Asperger’s Syndrome and similar disabilities, but also with educational providers and families. Spun with humor and insight, it offers the reader a firm grasp of the issues facing our teens as they prepare for their own adulthood.”

Michelle Garcia Winner, from the Foreword

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