How to Be A Good Social Thinker With Autism Resource Guide

How to Be A Good Social Thinker With Autism Resource Guide

eBook - 2014
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Social Skills involved a lot more than just executing a technical skill set. Social thinking is an advanced pattern of thinking we use in all social situations. For most of us this pattern of thinking comes naturally. We have to put forth little effort to use our social thinking skills. For those with Autism this part of the brain is impaired. We have to work much harder at using our social thinking skills in order to be successful in social relationships. This book is all about social thinking. Having your child in counseling is one thing. In my experience counselors are not social skills coaches and are unable to assist those of us with Autism in learning the necessary social skills that we need. This book gives you some general knowledge ideas about social thinking along with some of my best practice ideas and solutions for teaching social thinking to your child with Autism. Social thinking analyzes the entire social situation. How do we know when it is our turn to speak? How do we know how far apart from someone to stand? How do we know what appropriate body language is for the situation we are in? How do we analyze all of these things. This book helps you prepare your child for the teenage years and the adult years. Don't miss the chance. Pick up a copy of How to Be a Good Social Thinker today to prepare your child for tomorrow. This version of How to Be a Good Social Thinker comes with a complete Autism Resource Guide that touches on subjects such as special interests, make-believe world of autism, coping mechanisms, escape into imagination, and much more.--Provided by publisher
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Travis Breeding, 2014
ISBN: 9781310040146
Branch Call Number: EBOOK ENKI
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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Additional Contributors: enki Library


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