In this simple book, the authors provide a framework for identifying the areas where an individual with ASD may need support to participate more fully and successfully in community activities. The framework, created as a Blueprint to be filled in, depending on the child and the outing being planned, lists 10 areas identified in best practice as effective types of support for children with ASD. Areas includewaiting plan, communication, social, visual, hidden curriculum, sensory, motivation, behavior, transition, and siblings or other students. For each area on the Blueprint, parents, teachers, coaches, family membersaanybody who lives or works with the childafills in ahead of time the support that best matches the child's needs for a given event. The hope is that the specially designed Blueprint will become second nature to its users as they become more familiar with the areas of support the child needs in various situations.However, it is not substituting the childa#39;s special interest, such as Pokemon looking for clues or making a map. ... For example, the typical function of the Wherea#39;s Waldo books is to find the hiding Waldo and in Bluea#39;s Clues, the typical function ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Out and About|
|Author||:||Jill Hudson, Amy Bixler Coffin|
|Publisher||:||AAPC Publishing - 2007|