Autism: Attacking Social Interaction Problems A Therapy Manual Targeting Social Skills in Children 4-9

Wiley, Gentry, and Torres-Feliciano
SKU: P594
Ship to
Shipping Method
Estimated Delivery
No shipping options

Pamela Wiley, Betholyn F. Gentry, and Jamie Torres-Feliciano

Details: 392 pages, Illustrated (B/W), Softcover, 8.5 x 11"
ISBN13: 978-1-59756-792-3
Release Date: 30/09/2015


Autism: Attacking Social Interaction Problems: A Therapy Manual Targeting Social Skills in Children 4-9 includes sample parent letters, teacher letters, weekly skill steps and simple stories to reinforce the information as well as suggestions for extension activities. The AASIP program provides a comprehensive yet practical approach to teaching social communication skills across the life span to individuals with moderate to high functioning autism spectrum disorder and other diagnoses which result in social communication deficits. Children will enjoy engaging with their peers as they increase their confidence and learn how to become social communicators.

This user friendly workbook includes 16 chapters divided into two units for children 4-6 and 7-9 years of age allowing flexibility to select activities from both age groups depending on the needs of the children. These lessons can be easily used in a school setting as well as a clinical setting.

The AASIP program offers three additional books for children ages 10-12, the teen years, and a pre-vocational training manual for individuals 17 years to adulthood.



Customers who bought this item also bought