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The Autism Inclusion Toolkit

Author: Maggie Bowen
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1412947561
Size: 59.58 MB
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'This resource will be very valuable for professionals planning in-service training to assist settings to develop as Autistic Spectrum Disorder-friendly environments...the training would also help all settings become truly inclusive and friendly for all children and young people' - Special Children Includes CD-Rom A growing number of pupils with Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) are educated in mainstream settings. To support them effectively and maximise their learning potential, it is essential that all school staff fully understand their needs. This complete training package can be delivered during staff meetings and on INSET days, to ensure autism-friendly practice throughout the school. This toolkit demonstrates the value of using self-evaluation tools to improve services and includes: - a CD Rom with PowerPoint slides - guidance on how best to deliver INSET - activities and case studies to facilitate discussion - discussions of issues for consideration in relation to School Access Plans and the Disability Equality Duty - advice on useful resources, literature and web sites. Teachers, SENCOs and management staff in primary and secondary schools will find this an essential training resource.

Empowering Parents Of Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder

Author: Amanda Webster
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 9811020841
Size: 42.31 MB
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This book presents an international research-based framework that has empowered parents of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) to become critical decision makers to actively guide their child’s learning and self-advocacy. Parents can use this framework to identify their child’s vision and dreams, and to work with educators and service providers to establish specific learning goals and to implement effective interventions and programs that enable their child to achieve those goals and realise their vision for the future. The book begins by reviewing available research on evidence-based practice for children with ASD and outlining the Cycle of Learning decision-making framework for parents and professionals. Throughout the remainder of the book, case studies are presented to illustrate the ways in which different parents have successfully utilised this framework to develop effective plans for their child and to advocate for learning and education programs for both their child and other children with ASD in school and community settings. In addition, it highlights concrete examples of how parents have used the framework to empower their children with ASD to develop their self-awareness and self-determination, and to be able to self-advocate as they move through adolescence and into adult life.

Emerging Research And Trends In Interactivity And The Human Computer Interface

Author: Blashki, Katherine
Publisher: IGI Global
ISBN: 1466646241
Size: 49.65 MB
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With a variety of emerging and innovative technologies combined with the active participation of the human element as the major connection between the end user and the digital realm, the pervasiveness of human-computer interfaces is at an all time high. Emerging Research and Trends in Interactivity and the Human-Computer Interface addresses the main issues of interest within the culture and design of interaction between humans and computers. By exploring the emerging aspects of design, development, and implementation of interfaces, this book will be beneficial for academics, HCI developers, HCI enterprise managers, and researchers interested in the progressive relationship of humans and technology.

Mutterliebst

Author: Antoinette van Heugten
Publisher: HarperCollins
ISBN: 3862780945
Size: 66.95 MB
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Max Parkman ist Autist und in den Augen seiner Mutter einfach perfekt - bis er des Mordes angeklagt wird. Ist ihr Sohn wirklich ein Mörder? Die erfolgreiche Rechtsanwältin Danielle Parkman kann das einfach nicht glauben. Sicher, das Verhalten ihres autistischen Sohnes Max war im Laufe der Jahre immer schlimmer geworden. Deswegen hatte sie sich in ihrer Verzweiflung ja auch an die renommierte Maitland-Klinik in Des Moines gewandt. Deren Diagnose lautete: Ihr Sohn ist tief gestört und gefährlich. Nun liegt Max bewusstlos und blutend neben einem Patienten, der brutal erstochen wurde. Alles deutet darauf hin, dass er die Tat begangen hat. Alles außer diesem Gefühl in Danielles Herzen. Gefangen zwischen Zweifeln und Angst versucht sie, die Unschuld ihres Sohnes zu beweisen. Was sie dabei entdeckt, lässt sie allerdings an ihrer eigenen geistigen Gesundheit zweifeln. Gefangen zwischen Zweifeln und Angst versucht Danielle, die Unschuld ihres Sohnes zu beweisen. Was sie dabei entdeckt, lässt sie allerdings an ihrer eigenen geistigen Gesundheit zweifeln.

Marcelo In The Real World

Author: Francisco X. Stork
Publisher: S. Fischer Verlag
ISBN: 3104010161
Size: 30.68 MB
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Naiv, weise und mutig – ›Marcelo‹ ist der ›Rain Man‹ des 21. Jahrhunderts Menschen, die eine Schublade brauchen, erklärt Marcelo, dass er so etwas ähnliches wie das Asperger-Syndrom hat. Menschen, die ihm zuhören, erzählt er von der Musik, die nur er hören kann. Dann fühlt er sich wie ein Kern in einer Wassermelone. Doch jetzt wird er ins kalte Wasser geschmissen und muss sich einen Sommer lang in der Kanzlei seines Vaters in einem Ferienjob bewähren. Das »echte« Leben kennenlernen. Die Arbeit in der Poststelle macht ihm viel Spaß, doch es ist schwer für Marcelo, nach den Regeln der echten Welt zu funktionieren. Als er einem Vertuschungsversuch eines großen Wirtschaftsunternehmens auf die Spur kommt, ist für ihn klar, dass er da nicht länger mitspielt.

Wie Kleine Kinder Schlau Werden

Author: John Caldwell Holt
Publisher:
ISBN: 9783407228550
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Ausgehend von der Beobachtung des kindlichen Spielens erläutert der Autor, wie Kinder denken und lernen.