The Asperger Children's Toolkit

The Asperger Children's Toolkit #2020

The Asperger Children s Toolkit Growing up with Asperger Syndrome AS can throw up all sorts of challenges but never fear The Brain Guru The Sensory Detective and The Social Scientist are here to help These likeable characters gui
  • Title: The Asperger Children's Toolkit
  • Author: Francis Musgrave
  • ISBN: 9781849052931
  • Page: 427
  • Format: Paperback
  • Growing up with Asperger Syndrome AS can throw up all sorts of challenges, but never fear, The Brain Guru, The Sensory Detective and The Social Scientist are here to help These likeable characters guide children with AS through some of the trickiest, stickiest conundrums known to humankind from anxiety and negative thinking, to sensory overload, emotions, friendship andGrowing up with Asperger Syndrome AS can throw up all sorts of challenges, but never fear, The Brain Guru, The Sensory Detective and The Social Scientist are here to help These likeable characters guide children with AS through some of the trickiest, stickiest conundrums known to humankind from anxiety and negative thinking, to sensory overload, emotions, friendship and trust and social situations By working through the activities and using the cut out and keep tools with a parent, carer or teacher, children with AS will learn how to build upon their strengths and develop techniques for coping with areas of difficulty as well as how to handle setbacks and celebrate successes along the way The important topic of staying safe in the digital world is also covered, providing children with the knowledge and know how they need to use the internet, social networking and text messaging safely.Original and highly interactive, with attractive colour illustrations throughout, this is an essential toolkit for every family with a child with AS.
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      Posted by:Francis Musgrave
      Published :2020-02-02T02:25:32+00:00

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    I thought it was a nice resource It s aimed at older kids i.e 8 12 so wasn t particularly useful for my situation right now It s intended to be something that kids can work through themselves to reflect and come up with helpful coping strategies It also has templates they can use and activities to cut out.

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