Book Discussion: Ten Things Every Child with Autism Wishes You Knew, Third Edition

Ten Things Every Child with Autism Wishes You Knew, Third Edition
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    • Ellen Notbohm Ellen Notbohm 6 months ago
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    • In your experience, does hearing the term “autism” automatically bring up associations of limitations or “less than” among the general public, or among other parents, educators, or the media? Give several examples of preconceived notions you or others associate with the word “autism.”
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    • Ellen Notbohm Ellen Notbohm 6 months ago
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    • Why does the author suggest throughout the book that sensory issues be the first consideration and accommodation made for the child with autism or Asperger’s?
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    • In light of reading Chapter 3, describe specific instances in which your perception of your child or student’s behavior has shifted from “won’t” to “can’t”. In what ways might your own behavior toward your autistic child or student be confusing, illogical, negative, or unsupportive?
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    • Ellen Notbohm Ellen Notbohm 6 months ago
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    • What types of visual supports are used in your child or student’s classroom? In the home? Identify three visual supports in your own life (calendar, cookbook, map, watch, etc.). How effectively could you function without them?
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    • Ellen Notbohm Ellen Notbohm 6 months ago
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    • Which of the fourteen strategies (power tools) the author offers for making choices resonate most strongly with you? Which seem hardest? Why?
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