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S.O.S. Social Skills in Our Schools:

Title 2:
A Social Skills Program for Verbal Children with Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Including High-Functioning Autism and Asperger Syndrome, and Their Typical Peers
By:
Michelle A. Dunn, PhD
Details:
Paperback
Year:
2005
Pages:
237
Size:
10.9" x 8.6"
ISBN:
9781931282789
Item Code:
SOSS
Price: $39.95
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Forming real, lasting relationships with typically developing peers is a huge challenge for many children with autism or autism spectrum disorders (ASD). S.O.S. Social Skills can help.  This valuable book has two purposes:

  • helping educators develop appropriate social skills in children with pervasive developmental disorders (PDD) 
  • fostering understanding and tolerance among typical peers and school staff.

Written by Michelle A. Dunn, this useful book includes a curriculum with built-in booster lessons, so each child receives multiple presentations of the material, so he will better understand and apply the material in the appropriate situation.

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