Autism and Early Years Practice
This new edition of the leading book in autism and early years practice continues to provide excellent guidance for all early years students and practitioners on how to work with young children who have autism or who appear on the autistic spectrum.
Kate Wall's wise words will resonate with all, as she sets out clear and realistic suggestions for ways to include young children with autism in mainstream settings, supporting her advice with case studies based on her own experience as a practitioner. Each chapter also looks at key issues and offers suggestions for discussion.
Highlights of the new edition include:
- coverage of the latest developments in research
- reference to current early years legislation, including the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS)
- new case studies, covering the full 0 to 8 age range
- more suggestions for discussion
- updated key texts for further reading.
Every early years student and early years practitioner needs this book; it is an invaluable guide to best practice on how to work with young children with such particular needs.
Kate Wall is Principal Lecturer in Childhood Studies at the University of Chichester. She has worked extensively as a practitioner in the early years, in both mainstream and specialist settings.
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