Gli devo dire che è Asperger?: Strategie e consigli per spiegare la diagnosi di Spettro Autistico alla persona, alla famiglia e alla scuola

Armando Editore
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Come spiegare la diagnosi di Spettro
Autistico

è una raccolta di articoli il cui intento è quello di spiegare la diagnosi alla
persona con Sindrome di Asperger, alla sua famiglia e alla scuola. Si
affrontano le classiche domande di molti genitori e professionisti sul perché,
come e quando comunicare una diagnosi di Disturbo dello Spettro Autistico e sui
vantaggi della diagnosi per adolescenti ed adulti rispetto ad accettazione,
accoglienza, inclusione ed inserimento lavorativo.

 



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Carol Gray è la direttrice del “Gray Center for Social Learning and Understanding” di Grandville, un’organizzazione no-profit rivolta alle persone con Spettro Autistico e a chi lavora con loro. 

Tony Attwood è uno psicologo clinico di scuola cognitivo-comportamentale che esercita a Brisbane ed è professore associato presso la Griffith University nel Queensland (Australia).

 

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Editore
Armando Editore
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Data pubblicazione
25 feb 2014
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Pagine
96
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ISBN
9788866774129
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Psicologia / Psicopatologia / Disturbi dello spettro autistico
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Originally fueled by grassroots enthusiasm, and later confirmed as an evidence-based practice, Carol Gray’s Social Stories have earned the respect of parents and professionals worldwide, while earning the invaluable trust of children and students. Each Social Story describes a social situation, skill, or concept according to Gray’s innovative ten criteria, as defined and explained in the included Social Story 10.1 Tutorials. The goal of a Social Story is to share accurate information meaningfully and safely, promoting true social understanding. This book provides already-written Stories to get you started, plus the direction and tools you’ll need to write your own successful Social Stories. May our collective Stories inform, guide, and inspire the individuals you care for!

Carol Gray developed Social Stories in 1991 to promote social understanding in children with autism spectrum

disorders (ASD). Now, nearly twenty years after their inception, Social Stories have become a standard approach

for teachers and parents all over the globe, and the stories are more effective than ever!

This 10th Anniversary Edition of The New Social Story Book offers over 150 of the most requested Social Stories each one professionally written by Carol Gray.

But it doesn’t end there—Carol also teaches you how to write Social Stories yourself! Years of experience and

trial-and-error have led to updated Story guidelines. Carol explains her fine-tuned process in the included ten-step

learning module "The Social Story 10.1 Tutorials"—perfect for parents and teachers!

If your child rarely shows you that he or she loves you, it can be profoundly distressing. This is the experience of many parents of children with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and most fear that it reflects the truth. In fact the truth has generally more to do with the difficulty that young people with an ASD have in communicating like or love for someone physically and verbally. They may not know how to go about expressing themselves in these ways, or understand that family members and friends can find the absence of demonstrative affection upsetting. This book, by world leading experts Tony Attwood and Michelle Garnett, addresses this issue in practical terms. They provide carefully designed activities for parents to work through with their children to help them to understand and express affection. Their child will learn to identify his or her own and others' comfort and enjoyment range for gestures, actions and words of affection and the different ways to express feelings for someone, appropriate to each relationship and situation. The activities are simple, straightforward, and very carefully structured, so that they can be undertaken at the pace that works for the individual family. The book also guides the adult through the challenges faced by the child, leading to greater understanding and confidence in their relationship with their child, and increased ability to nurture the child's ability to form engaged relationships and friendships with others. Readers of Tony Attwood's previous books will recognise his warm, positive and empowering approach. The book will be a transformative resource for parents and family worried about their child's emotional life.
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