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Children and Youth With Asperger Syndrome

Children and Youth With Asperger Syndrome
Strategies for Success in Inclusive Settings

First Edition

200 pages | SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd
Asperger syndrome (AS) is a disorder in the autism spectrum, and students with AS suffer from similar, though milder, symptoms as students with autism. Classroom teachers who are responsible for planning for and teaching students with AS generally have not been provided the skills and knowledge to do so. Crafting and implementing plans for students is nearly impossible without a clear understanding of the disorder, or clearly defined instructional methods and strategies.

Children and Youth With Asperger Syndrome provides important strategies in teaching children and youth diagnosed with AS. This essential resource for teachers and other educators presents research-based, instructional, behavioral, and environmental strategies for teachers, including:
- Adaptations for success in general education settings
- Environmental modifications, including visual supports and organizational strategies
- Technology accommodations
- Transition planning
- Emotional, behavioral, and social supports

Children and youth with AS are often misunderstood. These individuals have great potential that frequently remains unrealized because the modifications they require to be successful are not made. By using the practical strategies in this guide, however, educators can at last effectively meet the needs of students with AS.
Stephen Shore
Introduction: Characteristics of Children and Youth With Asperger Syndrome
Jill Hudson
Adaptations for Success in General Education Settings JILL HUDSON
Anastasia Hubbard
Environmental Modification ANASTASIA HUBBARD
Anastasia Hubbard
Academic Modifications ANASTASIA HUBBARD
Diane Adreon
Emotional and Behavioral Supports DIANE ADREON
Social Skills Supports
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Ronda Schelvan, Terri Cooper Swanson, and Sheila M. Smith
Making Each Year Successful: Issues in Transition RONDA L SCHELVAN, TERRI COOPER SWANSON and SHEILA M SMITH

"This comprehensive, thoughtful, and clearly written book provides helpful strategies for educational professionals to teach children and youth with Asperger Syndrome (AS). Every teacher interested in AS will want to read this book."

Susan Moreno, President
MAAP Services for Autism & Asperger Syndrome

This book provides a comprehensive insight into what asperger syndrome really is. It establishes the symptoms and problems attendant with asperger syndrome and hence effectively impresses upon how this disorder is different or similar from the other disorders in the autism spectrum.

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