Autistic Spectrum Disorders

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A&C Black, 2005 - Education - 101 pages
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Autism (or Autistic Spectrum Disorder) is a condition which affects a child's ability to socialise and to develop speech and language. It is a particularly challenging SEN facing teachers today. This informative guide equips teachers with a wide variety of strategies for teaching and managing pupils who are diagnosed with Autism. Well-written and engaging, this book will prove invaluable reading for teachers everywhere. >
 

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Contents

Autistic Spectrum Disorders
1
the same but different
18
Why label?
31
Differentiating Work
54
Language
67
The role of the speech and language therapist
80
Booklist
96
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Sarah Worth is an SLT working with a multi-disciplinary county-wide autism team developing services and supporting children with autism/Asperger's syndrome in mainstream schools.

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