Playscheme resource manual
National Autistic Society, 2006 - Autistic children - 127 pages
Provides practical advice for setting up playschemes for children with autistic spectrum disorders. This work discusses the details of planning and how playschemes can encourage play, social interaction and learning. It is based on the NAS Playschemes Project in Glasgow.
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Understanding autistic spectrum disorders 39
Promoting good communication 45
Sensory sensitivity and autism 53
Behaviour management 59
Play and social skills 69
Applying the SPELL framework
Bibliography and further reading 120
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