Replaysby Karen Levine, Naomi Chedd
Pub. Date: 11/15/2006
Publisher: Kingsley, Jessica Publishers
Replays addresses the challenging behaviors of children with autism spectrum disorders through interactive symbolic play. It shows parents and professionals how to help children access their emotions, whether the child is verbal or not, cognitively able or impaired, even-tempered or volatile. The chapters introduce and show readers how to implement Replays, and
Replays addresses the challenging behaviors of children with autism spectrum disorders through interactive symbolic play. It shows parents and professionals how to help children access their emotions, whether the child is verbal or not, cognitively able or impaired, even-tempered or volatile. The chapters introduce and show readers how to implement Replays, and describe ways of adapting this intervention to address specific issues in different settings and circumstances.
Levine and Chedd present more than just behavioral management strategies in the context of social, emotional and communication development: they have developed a technique that helps children to re-experience, play through and master the complex emotional response states that often lead to ongoing behavioral challenges.
Replays is an easy and fun tool that provides numerous step-by-step examples and illustrations. It enables parents and professionals to guide children with autism spectrum disorders towards mastering, and changing, their emotional and behavioral responses.
- Kingsley, Jessica Publishers
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- Edition description:
- New Edition
- Product dimensions:
- 6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.30(d)
Table of ContentsPart I: Introduction to Replays. 1. Introduction. 2. Understanding Children's Intense Responding and how Replays Helps. 3. How to do Replays. Part II: Tailoring Replays for Children with Specific Problems. 4. Tailoring Replays for Younger or Less Verbal and Symbolic Children. 5. Tailoring Replays for Older, More Verbal Children. 6. Tailoring Replays for Active Children with Short Attention Spans. Part III: Replays for Specific Situations. 7. Replays for Children just Discovering Mischief. 8. Replays for Sensory-related Fears and Anxieties. 9. Replays for Anxiety, including Obsessive Issues, Birthday Party Fears and other Fears or Phobias. Part IV: Adapting Replays across different settings. 10. Replays with Siblings and Peers. 11. Implementing Replays in Educational Settings. 12. Replays and Technology. 13. Frequently Asked Questions. Index.
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