Building Social Relationships 2

Building Social Relationships 2

A Systematic Approach to Teaching Social Interaction Skills to Children and Adolescents on the Autism Spectrum

Book - 2016 | Second edition.
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This is the improved and expanded version of the highly-regarded and award-wining book. It is both empirically-based and practical, intended for social skill therapists and parents.-- Publisher.
Publisher: ℗2016.
Lenexa, Kansas :, AAPC Publishing,, [2016]
Edition: Second edition.
Copyright Date: ℗2016.
ISBN: 9781942197164
1942197160
Characteristics: xi, 279 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.
Contents: Effective social skills programming for youth on the autism spectrum : from hope to reality
Five basic tenets of social skills programming
The essence of social interction skills : thinking-feeling-doing
Common social skill difficulties associated with children on the autism spectrum
Assess social functioning
Distinguishing between skill acquisition deficits and performance deficits
Selecting intervention strategies
Strategies that teach social skills
Strategies that teach or activate social cognition
Supplemental supports and strategies to improve social relationships
Implementing the social skills program
Evaluating and monitoring progress
Final words on teaching social interaction skills to children and adolescents on the autism spectrum.
Summary: This is the improved and expanded version of the highly-regarded and award-wining book. It is both empirically-based and practical, intended for social skill therapists and parents.-- Publisher.

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