(A Guide for Educators and Parents)
by Brenda Smith Myles, Richard L. Simpson
Pro-Ed, Inc. 1998
The most impressing aspect of this guide is that it attempts to answer some of the most frequently asked questions regarding the education of children and adolescents with Asperger's Disorder. Detailed guidelines for educational assessment follow a general introduction. The following two chapters address both the academic and behavioral needs of this special population. Preparation of the individual for the adult life, transition issues and the question of independent living are all discussed in detail. The educational perspective is broadened by many illustrative case examples.
Table of Contents:
1.Understanding the Meaning and Nature of Asperger Syndrome
2.Assesing Students with Asperger Syndrome
3.Teaching Academic Content to Students with Asperger Syndrome
4.Planning for Social and Bahavioral Success
5.Planning for Life After School
6.Understanding Asperger Syndrome and Its Impact on the Family
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