People With Autism Behaving Badly
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📒People With Autism Behaving Badly ✍ John Clements
✏People with Autism Behaving Badly Book Summary : People with autism spectrum conditions may often behave in ways that cause difficulties for themselves and those who care for them. People with Autism Behaving Badly offers effective, long-term strategies to help resolve common problem behaviors such as physical aggression, self-injury, verbal abuse, rudeness and property damage. The book is organized around the common messages conveyed by behaviors and some of the underlying issues that drive these messages. Practical ideas for intervention are provided and illustrated by case examples. A range of exercises help to build understanding of the issues and detail appropriate plans. A log book helps to track what has been tried and what has been learned. In addition the author explores the role of relationship `styles' that can help reduce challenging behaviors and encourage positive ones. Realistic information about working together with individuals, families and outside agencies, and about the pros and cons of medication, is also included. This hands-on, practical manual is indispensable for families, carers and anyone involved with autistic people who need help with behavioral or emotional challenges.
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📒Autism And Loss ✍ Sarah Broadhurst
✏Autism and Loss Book Summary : People with autism often experience difficulty in understanding and expressing their emotions and react to losses in different ways or in ways that carers do not understand. In order to provide effective support, carers need to have the understanding, the skills and appropriate resources to work through these emotional reactions with them. Autism and Loss is a complete resource that covers a variety of kinds of loss, including bereavement, loss of friends or staff, loss of home or possessions and loss of health. Rooted in the latest research on loss and autism, yet written in an accessible style, the resource includes a wealth of factsheets and practical tools that provide formal and informal carers with authoritative, tried and tested guidance. This is an essential resource for professional and informal carers working with people with autism who are coping with any kind of loss.
📒Behavioural Concerns And Autistic Spectrum Disorders ✍ John Clements
✏Behavioural Concerns and Autistic Spectrum Disorders Book Summary : This book is a practical account of how people who attract autism labels can come to behave in ways that give rise to serious concerns in other people and, sometimes, themselves. The authors identify the range of needs that may be expressed through behaviours that cause concern and provide strategies for addressing both needs and behaviours.
📒Autism Spectrum Disorder And De Escalation Strategies ✍ Steve Brown
✏Autism Spectrum Disorder and De escalation Strategies Book Summary : This practical guide provides a complete picture of how non-physical and physical interventions can be used to manage behaviour and keep children with autism spectrum disorders or emotional, social and behavioural difficulties safe. With clear advice and strategies that can be easily implemented in practice, Steve Brown explores various options and interventions, and explains how professionals can manage the behaviour of children (aged 3-18) in the safest possible way, promoting assertiveness and confidence. He includes a range of de-escalation and behaviour management strategies, information on risk assessments and legalities, advice on how to create safe spaces, insight into non-verbal communication and positive listening, and an honest and open discussion about the important role of physical interventions and positive handling techniques. Providing clarity and insight into this complex subject, this book will allow professionals working with children and young people with ASD or ESBD to use non-physical interventions with confidence and understand the role of physical interventions as a last resort, within a legal framework.
📒The The Little Book Of The Autism Spectrum ✍ Samantha Todd
✏The The Little Book of the Autism Spectrum Book Summary : This book will allow anyone who lives or works with children with Autism to see the world as they do, and develop strategies for managing and understanding it effectively. It peers through the "Autism lens", allowing us to effect change in terms of the way we deal with autism as a society and in education. It delivers evidence-based support and strategies that enable us to develop young people's abilities to interact with the social world, removing much of the anxiety that often accompanies it.
📒Transition Or Transformation ✍ John Clements
✏Transition Or Transformation Book Summary : Describes a program developed by teachers at a school for young people with austism spectrum disorder to enable autistic pupils to achieve their full potential with the result that many are now in employment.
📒Managing Family Meltdown ✍ Linda Woodcock
✏Managing Family Meltdown Book Summary : This book offers strategies to resolve common challenging behaviours using a low arousal approach - a non-aversive approach based on avoiding confrontation and reducing stress. It explains challenging behaviours, and offers guidance on how families can manage different types of challenging behaviour, such as physical aggression and self-injury.
📒Everything You Need To Know When A Brother Or Sister Is Autistic ✍ Marsha Sarah Rosenberg
✏Everything You Need to Know When a Brother Or Sister Is Autistic Book Summary : Discusses what autism it, how it is diagnosed and treated, and ways that siblings of people with autism can find support.
📒Waiting To Connect ✍ J. M. Quinn
✏Waiting to Connect Book Summary : These two personal essays reveal the thoughts of a mother/teacher struggling to communicate with two of her charges in order to care for them. In “The Other World,” the mother seeks help from Helen Keller’s experiences to understand her son’s sensory issues due to Asperger’s syndrome, such as practically being able to see the bacteria on the wall but not being able to judge traffic well enough to cross the street without fear. “Waiting to Connect,” an award-winning essay, explores the similar traumas shared by the son as a teenager/young adult with AS and one of the mother’s adult ESL students who was politically tortured in his native Pakistan before coming to the United States.