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About Me and You ... and My Friends Too! Watch
Me Learn Inc., $43.95 DVD format (58 minutes)
Recommended Developmental Ages: 4+ years
Based on Applied Behavior Analysis and Verbal Behavior
(ABA/VB), About Me and You uses engaging depictions of
play for a highly-effective teaching tool.
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Each of the 10 skills modeled in the DVD is presented in


three instructional levels: beginner (vocabulary),
intermediate (teacher/child presentation) and advanced (a
generalized depiction of a child using the skill in the
context of a real-life situation).
AspergerMeetsGirl:HappyEndingsforAspergerBoys.
JonathanGriffiths,$22.95
Men with Asperger's Syndrome, young and old, experience
difficulty with social interaction, which can be a stumbling
block when it comes to getting a girlfriend. Here is a book
that demystifies the enigma of 'relationships' by explaining
everything in Asperger-friendly terms (some of them
mathematical, naturally).
Serious, and seriously funny, this book will help bring happy
endings to Asperger boys and make them laugh in the
process.
AspergerSyndrome&SocialRelationships:AdultsSpeakOut
aboutAspergerSyndrome.GenevieveEdmonds&LukeBeardon,
editors,$19.95
Social interaction among neurotypical people is complex and

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in many ways illogical. To the person with Asperger


Syndrome (AS) it is also woefully unintuitive. In this book,
adults with AS discuss social relationships, offer advice and
support for others with AS and provide necessary insights
into AS perspectives for those working and interacting with
them.

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AspergerSyndrome:StrategiesforSolvingtheSocial
Puzzle.VickiLordLarson&NancyKaufman,$42.95
Designed for teachers, speech-language pathologists,
other education personnel, and parents, this
comprehensive resource focuses on how to best teach
students with AS. The book reviews the history,
assessment, and characteristics of AS, with a focus on
intervention. Entire chapters are dedicated to intervention
in social competency, academics, sensory and motor
disabilities, and behavior management. Over 80 pages of
reproducible forms (for case history, AS checklist, learning
style questionnaire, and direct/dynamic assessment
protocol, to name a few) are provided on the
accompanying CD-ROM.
AUTISM:theMusical.DirectedbyTriciaRegan,$28.95(DVD
format,93minutes)
AUTISM:theMusicalcounterstodaysbleakstatisticswithone
womansoptimisticpledgetoleadagroupofautisticchildrenin
defyingdiagnosedexpectationsbywriting,rehearsingand
performingtheirownfulllengthmusical.FollowingfiveLos
Angeleschildrenoverthecourseofsixmonths,directorTricia
Regancapturesthestrugglesandtriumphsoftheirfamilylivesand
observeshowthismusicalproductiongivestheseperformersa
comfortzoneinwhichtheycanexploretheircreativesides.
Both on and off stage, AUTISM: the Musical is a call-toarms, bringing attention to a modern-day epidemic, all the
while celebrating the way the human spirit can overcome
any challenge.
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TheAutisticChildsGuidetoHowtoBehave:Introducing
spark*theSelfRegulationProgramofAwarenessand
ResilienceinKids.HeatherMackenzie,$39.95
TheAutisticChildsGuidetoHowtoBehaveisaninnovative
programforteachingselfregulationofbehavior,thinkingand
emotionstoyoungchildrenontheautismspectrumaswellas
otherdevelopmentaldisabilitiessuchasfetalalcoholand
FragileX.Thisbookisforteachers,speechlanguage
therapists,occupationaltherapists,psychologistsandothers
interestedinhelpingchildrenoptimizetheirabilities.Thischild
centeredprogramcanbedoneinindividualorgroupsettings.
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Basedonwellresearchedtheoryandextensiveclinical
experience,thegroundbreakingspark*programincludes69
stepbysteplessonsforhelpingthechildmovefromimitationof
easyactionsthroughtoselfdirectionandselfcontrolof
behavior,thinkingandemotions.spark*isacomprehensive,
practicalandsystematic,coveringdetailsfrompreassessment
throughlessonimplementationtoevaluationofprogress.It
providesallinformationandresourcesneededtorunthe
programsuccessfully.spark*includesdetailedlessonfocus
andgoals,materialsneeded(manyareincludedinthe
appendicesalongwithreproducibleforms),howtostructure
andintroducethelessonandthenpracticetheskillsaswellas
waystopromptandsolidifylearning.Collaborationwithfamilies
isencouragedthroughout18parentnewslettersareincluded
whichdescribewhatthechildisworkingonandhowthefamily
canhelpsupportandextendhisselfregulationskills.
Certificatesofcompletionforeachofthethreeunits,declaring
Ihavespark*,areprovidedtohelpthechildrencelebratetheir
accomplishments.
Uniquefeaturesofspark*:
Focusesonthreeimportantareasofselfregulation:
behavioral,cognitiveandemotional.
Presentsenjoyableactivitiesthathelpeachchild
progressfromawarenessofsimplemotoractsto
cognitiveandemotionalselfregulation.Strategies
learnedinbehavioralselfregulationserveasafoundation
forotherareas.
Emphasizesdevelopingresilienceandselfadvocacy
skillsinthechildrensothattheycanremainselfregulated
eveninstressfulordisruptivesituations.
Explicitlyteachesgeneralizationofeachselfregulation
skill.
Isbasedoncurrentneurologicalresearchandworksto
enhanceattentionandexecutivefunctioning.
Issuitableforpreschoolagedchildrenand/orthosewith
lowerlanguageorcognitivelevels.

Be a Friend: Songs for Social Skills Training CD.


Jed Baker & Jeffrey Friedberg, $17.95
16 fun songs that teach kids about making and
maintaining friendships. Kids ages 2 - 9 years old, enjoy
learning from these songs - but older kids (and some
adults) may also find them helpful.
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Big Picture Thinking: Using Central Coherence
Theory to Support Social Skills a Book for
Students. Aileen Zeitz Collucci, $25.95
Many people who have difficulties with social cognition,
including those on the autism spectrum, are not able to
see the "big picture" of a situation. That is, they tend to
focus, or even "hyper-focus," on the details within the
larger whole of a concept, conversation, story, picture
or situation, and have difficulty recognizing the main
idea, topic or general point. BIG PICTURE THINKING was
written to help students with cognitive deficits "see" how
individual pieces of social information fit into a larger
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context, so that they may begin to become "big picture


thinkers" and, therefore be more successful. This
practical and effective model is designed to be used by
children, teens and young adults.
Building Social Relationships: a Systematic
Approach to Teaching Social Interaction Skills to
Children and Adolescents with Autism Spectrum
Disorders and Other Social Difficulties. Scott Bellini,
$40.95; Textbook Edition $63.95
Building Social Relationships demonstrates how to organize
and make sense of the myriad of social skills strategies and
resources currently available to parents and professionals
synthesizing them into one comprehensive program.
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Caring for Myself: a Social Skills Storybook. Christy
Gast & Jane Krug, $22.95
Caring for Myself is an entertaining and educational social
skills storybook that will help children with ASDs to
understand the importance of taking care of their bodies.
Fully illustrated with colour photographs, it sets out fun,
simple steps that explain what caring for yourself actually
involves how you can do it, where it is done and why it is
important.

The Choices Game: Staying Safe in Social


Situations. Christopher McMaster, $43.95
This fun, interactive game teaches vulnerable young
people how to make positive choices and develop
the social skills they need to stay safe in school and
in the wider community.
Communication:WhatDoesItMeantoMe?Catherine
Faherty,$21.95
Lifecanbeincrediblyfrustratingforindividualswhocannot
effectivelycommunicatetheirthoughtsorneeds.Thisunique,
userfriendly"ContractforCommunication"featureseasyto
followagreementsforbothyoungpeopleonthespectrumand
theadultsintheirlivesparents,teachers,therapistssothey
canbetterunderstandoneanother!
ByfollowingCatherineFaherty'sstraightforwardguidelines,
andusingtheprovidedagreements,bothchildrenandadults
cankeepmiscommunicationandmisunderstandingstoa
minimum.IncludesaFREECDofprintableagreements.
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Conversation Skills On the Job and In the


Community: a Curriculum for Adolescents and
Adults with Developmental Disabilities. Marilyn
Banks, $53.95
Conversation Skills II: Extending Conversations
a Curriculum for Adolescents and Adults with
Developmental Disabilities. Marilyn Banks, $53.95
Workers with developmental disabilities often lose jobs
and experience other social problems because of poor
conversation skills and subsequent isolation.
Conversation Skills and Conversations Skils II, by speech
and language therapist Dr. Marilyn Banks, cover the basic
and essential communication skills that will help young
people enjoy successful job experiences and more
fulfilling and independent social lives.
Each book has more than 50 self-paced, self-managed
lessons, and take only 12 weeks of bi-weekly, 10 minute
training sessions during which students acquire a ready
social repertoire. All materials in the books are
reproducible. The books include a Win/Mac CD with a
printable PDF containing all the reproducibles in the book.

ConversationsinPictures:
DailyLivingSkills.Natural
LearningConcepts,$14.50
ConversationsinPictures:
OutandAbout.Natural
LearningConcepts,$14.50
ConversationsinPictures
visuallyshowshowa
conversationtakesplace
betweentwopeople.Children
learntostayontopicwhilethey
conversewithadultsandpeers.
Thechildlearnsconversationin
twostages.Theylearnhowto
respondappropriatelyto
questionsandtheylearnto
initiatebyaskingthequestions
first.Thesetisveryeasytowork
with.Thecardscomeonaring
andthecardseasilyflipover.
Eachcardhasaquestionwitha
pictureonthefront.Asyouflipit
over,thechildispromptedbya
pictureandthebeginningofthe
answerontheback.Switchit
aroundwhenchildrenare
learningtoinitiateconversation.
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Crafting Connections. Mitchell Taubman, Ron Leaf &
John McEachin, $44.95
Contemporary applied behavior analysis (ABA) for
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enriching the social lives of persons with autism


spectrum disorder.

Critical Thinking Set for Teens and Up. $55.95


This pack comes with four ring sets. These sets
prepare teens and young adults for independence,
teaching how to problem solve, make effective
decisions, predict outcomesand deal with emotions
that arise every day. Each ring set has 30 cards with a
crisp photograph on the front, while the back teaches
and guides the student on handling every day
challenges. The ring can be opened, allowing greater
flexibility for teaching.
Developing Talents: Careers for Individuals with
Asperger Syndrome and High-Functioning Autism,
Revised Edition. Temple Grandin & Kate Duffy, $22.95
This career planning guide is written specifically for highfunctioning adolescents and young adults on the autism
spectrum, their families, teachers, and counselors. The
two authors weave together a unique blend of information
and advice based on personal experiences. The result is
an extremely useful and practical book that introduces
step-by-step processes for the job search with a major
section on the impact ASD has in the workplace, including
managing sensory problems, how to nurture and turn
talents and special interests into paid work, jobs that are
particularly suited to individuals on the spectrum, and
much more. First-hand accounts of job experiences and
advice from individuals representing a broad range of
careers particularly suited for high-functioning individuals
on the autism spectrum round off this exciting new
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Diary of a Social Detective: Real-Life Tales of
Mystery, Intrigue and Interpersonal Adventure.
Jeffrey Jessum, $21.50
In the proud tradition of super-sleuths everywhere,
Johnny excels at solving the mysteries of the social world.
Follow along with these clever stories and help him figure
out the clues!

Exploring Bullying with Adults with Asperger


Syndrome: a Photocopiable Workbook. Anna
Tickle & Bettina Stott, $52.95
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Bullying is a serious and pervasive issue for people with


autism and Asperger Syndrome. This photocopiable
workbook encourages adults who have been involved
with bullying as victims or perpetrators to explore
what bullying is, the effects it can have and how it can
be tackled successfully.
The book comprises a general introduction to bullying,
followed by sections that examine the issue from the
perspectives of victim and perpetrator. It also
recognizes that while people on the spectrum are all too
often bullied for being 'different', character traits such
as difficulty with empathy mean they may
unintentionally bully others.
This practical book can be worked through
independently or with any of the wide range of
professionals involved in supporting an adult with
autism or Asperger Syndrome and other learning
disabilities, to reach a new level of understanding about
bullying.

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Face Cards for Emotional Awareness: 119
Activities for Understanding Yourself and Others,
Grades 6-12. Tad Vogl, $41.95 (includes deck of 54
cards and facilitators manual); Face Cards for
Emotional Awareness. Tad Vogl, $18.95 (cards only)
This innovative counseling tool features a deck of 54
illustrated cards showing facial expressions of various
emotions. The cards help students learn "the language of
emotions" as they reflect on their feelings and life
experiences. A facilitators manual provides
implementation guidelines and 119 suggested activities.
The activities are flexible and provide a collection of
starting points to help promote personal growth and
trusting relationships with others.
FaceYourFeelings!ABooktoHelpChildrenLearn
AboutFeelings.LawrenceShapiro,$18.95
Simple text and black and white photographs help
children learn to recognize how feelings are revealed
in facial expressions.

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FeelingsFLASHCARDS.ToddParr,$16.99
A great way for kids to share and learn about
all kinds of emotions.

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FittingInandHavingFun.SocialSkillsTrainingVideoSeries,
Volume1.DVD$64.95
In order to be socially successful, children must learn to notice
and "read" the social cues and messages that people use to
communicate. Fitting In and Having Fun aims to stimulate a
child's perception of social situations by visually showing them
how to decode and interpret information from others. It also
helps them to be more aware of their own body language and
the messages they are sending. The target viewer is an
elementary school-aged child who is ready to learn about the
intricacies of social interactions. Social interactions are broken
down, showing both the negative and positive consequences
of how a child interacts and responds in social settings. As the
child becomes aware of other people's perspectives, they can
learn what to do differently to affect a better outcome.
Fitting In and Having Fun: Confident and In Control.
Social Skills Training Video Series, Volume 3. DVD $64.95
An important component to making and keeping friends is
having the ability to control strong emotions and impulses.
This DVD empowers children by showing them what they
can do differently, in emotionally charged situations, to stay
in control. It shows them how to stay calm to work out
disagreements and create compromises.
Geared toward mainstreamed elementary school-aged
children, it breaks down complex social interactions by
showing the consequences, both positive and negative,
attached to how the child interacts with others and how
they choose to respond in social situations.

Fitting In and Having Fun: Moving On to Middle School.


Social Skills Training Video Series, Volume 2. DVD $64.95
Children who are not prepared to face the daily challenges of
middle school can quickly become overwhelmed. Students in
middle school want and need to become more independent. To
do this they must learn how to read and understand more
complex social situations, regulate their emotions and solve
more of their problems on their own. This DVD gives tips and
advice on how students can handle the many new and complex
situations that commonly arise. It helps them to create
strategies they can use to improve their organizational,
academic, and social skills.
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Friendly Facts: a Fun, Interactive Resource to


Help Children Explore the Complexities of
Friends and Friendship. Margaret-Anne Carter &
Josie Santomauro, $20.95 (ages 7-11)
Making and keeping friends doesn't come easily for
some children. Many children need to be taught a
range of strategies directed at expanding their social
understanding skills, such as reading facial
expressions and body language. Friendly Facts, an
interactive workbook aimed at children ages 7-11,
addresses these challenges by breaking down the
complex concept of making friends into simpler
ideas. Through fun, engaging activities, children gain
real-life knowledge of the major "secrets" of making
and keeping friends. By gaining the foundation for
making and keeping friends at a crucial age, children
are better prepared for successfully interacting with
others for the rest of their lives.
From Isolation to Intimacy: Making Friends without
Words. Phoebe Caldwell, $22.95
If you have no language, how can you make yourself
understood, let alone make friends? Phoebe Caldwell has
worked for many years with people with severe intellectual
disabilities and/or autistic spectrum disorder who are nonverbal, and whose inability to communicate has led to
unhappy and often violent behaviour. In this new book she
explores the nature of close relationships, and shows how
these are based not so much on words as on the ability to
listen, pay attention, and respond in terms that are familiar
to the other person. Her simple methods are accessible to
anyone who lives or works with such people, and can
transform lives and introduce a sense of fun, participation
and of intimacy, as trust and familiarity are established.

Getting the Message: Learning to Read Facial


Expressions. Pat Crissey, $54.95
Getting the Message looks at non-verbal communication
as a highly complex and subtle language, an essential
one that students need to master. To this end, the book
provides facial expression cards and written scenarios
for use in assessments as well as in teaching activities.
Students learn to read the expressions on the cards
and in the scenarios and once mastered, to generalize
this knowledge and effectively read critical social
interactions and situations.
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Getting the Picture: Inference and Narrative
Skills for Young People with Communication
Difficulties. David Nash, Illustrated by Oliver
Allchin, $31.95
Young people with communication difficulties often
struggle in social situations. Without adequate
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inference, narrative and sequencing skills, correctly


interpreting and responding to other people can be
a real challenge. This fully photocopiable resource
has been designed to improve these skills in the
way this population can often learn best visually.
This book is brimming with thought-provoking
illustrations of different people in different places, all
of which are accompanied by a series of questions
designed to encourage prediction and inference
skills.
This book will be a valuable tool for speech and
language therapists/pathologists, occupational
therapists, special educators, parents and anybody
else looking to help young people with
communication difficulties to understand and
connect with the world around them.
GrowingUpSocial:ExploringHowSocialCommunication
DevelopsandStrategiestoHelpDVD.MichelleGarciaWinner&
TheGrayCenter,$44.95(DVDformat,2discs,60minuteseach)
This DVD looks at how social thinking supports the
development of social skills from the first year of life,
influencing language development and academic success,
as well as skills for adult living. Social thinking concepts and
strategies will be introduced to support this teaching across
the home and school day, including an exploration of how
we organize our communicative interactions and utilize
active perspective-taking throughout each day.
Hidden Rules Card Game. ChildsWork ChildsPlay, $26.95
(ages 6-12)
Hidden Rules is a term used to describe the unwritten social
rules and behaviors that most of us seem to know without
ever being taught. This fun card game will help children learn
and practice 40 hidden rules for everyday life. For 2-8
players
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How Do You Feel? A Facial Expression Puzzle
Game. $11.50 (ages 3 and up)
How is the child in the photo feeling? Search and find
the pieces to show the same expression! Not only will
this game increase visual discrimination skills, it is a
great tool for talking about feelings. How Do You Feel
can be enjoyed as a solitary matching activity or played
as a game with two to five children.
HowtoFindYourGroove:ConversationSkillsandOther
TipsforSurvivingtheSocialWorld.LauraCornish,$31.50
Kids who struggle with social skills love the pictured
scenarios of the colorful characters in this book.
Conversation skills, emotional awareness & control,
assertiveness training, and basic social skills are presented
in a cartoon style, using theory of mind techniques. Simple
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worksheets can be copied for individual use.


How to Start a Conversation and Make Friends.
Don Gabor, $16.00
Break through the shyness barrier, be a better speaker,
meet more people and make new friends. How to Start a
Conversation shows you how communicate with
confidence, wit and enthusiasm in person or on the
phone, one-on-one or in groups.

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HowtoTeachLifeSkillstoKidswithAutismorAsperger's.
JenniferMcIlweeMyers,$21.50
Intherealworld,peopleontheautismspectrumneedthesame
kindsofdaytodayskillseveryoneelseneedstobefunctional.No
matterhowhighfunctioningchildrenwithautismorAsperger'smay
beormaybecome,theyfunctionbetterasadultsiftheyvehadthe
chancetolearnbasicskills,frombeingontimetogoodpersonal
hygiene.Butmanyreachadulthoodwithoutthoseskills.
CoauthorofthegroundbreakingbookAsperger'sandGirls,
Jennifer'spersonalexperiencewithAsperger'sSyndromeand
havingabrotherwithautismmakesherperspectivedoubly
insightful.InHowtoTeachLifeSkillstoKidswithAutismor
Asperger's,Jennifercanshowyouhowto:
Createopportunitiesforchildrentolearninnaturalsettings
andsituations
Teachvitalskillssuchaseverydaydomestictasks,choosing
appropriateattire,andbeingpolite
Helpindividualsonthespectrumdevelopgoodhabitsthat
willhelpthembemorefitandhealthy
Improvetimemanagementskillssuchaspunctualityand
taskswitching
Andmuchmore!

I Get It! Building Social Thinking and Reading


Comprehension through Book Chats. Audra Jensen,
$26.95
Reading is more that being able to decode words and
sentences. True understanding depends on social thinking
ability as well as language comprehension. Audra Jensen
illustrates the relationship between social thinking and
reading comprehension and offers a positive, practical
approach to helping children learn to read for meaning.
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Easy Curriculum for Teachers of Young Children


with Autism, Developmental Disabilities and
Typical Children. Stephanny Freeman, Gazi Begum,
Kristen Hayashida & Tanya Papartlla, $44.95
When it comes to teaching social skills to young
learners, instructors are always looking for a defined
curriculum that presents the precise skills to address
and how to teach them. This book offers a curriculum
that provides detailed day-by-day lessons to be
incorporated into the regular school day. The intent is to
provide teachers with a developmentally appropriate
sequence of basic social skills by breaking each skill into
its component parts. Each skill is introduced and then
built upon throughout the weeks. This is a highly
structured, sequenced curriculum that enhances
specific social goals that are the stepping stones of
building appropriate social behaviors.
The curriculum is designed for preschool or early
elementary special education teachers of students with
autism spectrum disorders but can also be used with
any students who have developmental or emotional
difficulties.

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ItsSoMuchWorktobeYourFriend:HelpingtheChildwith
LearningDisabilitiesFindSocialSuccess.RichardLavoie,with
aforwardbyMelLevineandPrefacebyRob&MicheleReiner.
$19.95DVD$52.95
A successful social life is immeasurably important to a child's
happiness, health, and development. For more than thirty
years, Richard Lavoie has lived with and taught learning
disabled children. His bestselling PBS videos (including How
Difficult Can This Be? and The F.A.T. City Workshop) and his
sellout lectures and workshops have made him one of the
most popular and respected experts in the field. At last,
Rick's pioneering techniques for helping children achieve a
happy and successful social life are available in book form.
It's So Much Work to Be Your Friend offers practical
strategies to help learning disabled children ages six through
seventeen navigate the treacherous social waters of their
school, home, and community.
LearntoRespondAppropriately:IncreaseEvery
DayInteraction.NaturalLearningConcepts,$14.50
This laminated ring set contains thirty-two clear,
crisp photographs of social situations. Teaching is
easy since the back of each card has appropriate
responses as well as a description of the card.

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LearningAboutFriendship:StoriestoSupportSocial
SkillsTraininginChildrenwithAspergerSyndromeand
HighFunctioningAutism.K.I.AlGhani,$22.95
Makingfriendscanbeachallengeforallchildren,butthosewith
autisticspectrumdisorder(ASD)canstrugglemorethanmost.
Thiscollectionoftenfullyillustratedstoriesexploresfriendship
issuesencounteredbychildrenwithASDagedfourtoeightand
looksathowtheycanbeovercomesuccessfully.Eachstoryhas
aseparateintroductionforadults,whichexplainsthemain
strategieswithinit.
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Learning Social Skills: a Conversation
Workbook. Do2Learn, $27.95
Conversations involve complex sets of rules. This
workbook for teens and young adults explains some
of the more basic ones so that other people can better
understand your actions and your needs. The
workbook gives you visual guides and blank pages you
can fill in, to practice conversation tips with others.

Let'sAllListen:SongsforGroupWorkinSettingsthat
IncludeStudentswithLearningDifficultiesandAutism.Pat
Lloyd,$39.95
Music provides a unique and powerful means of promoting
communication and social interaction in students with
learning difficulties. In this collection, Pat Lloyd brings
together 46 songs composed or adapted for use with
children with communication problems. Each of the songs
features a vocal line and piano accompaniment and can be
listened to on the audio CD included with the book. Pat
Lloyd provides suggestions for how each song can be
used and developed to encourage communication and
social interaction, and lists a range of possible objectives
for each one. Enjoyable and easy to use, this is an ideal
resource for specialist and non-specialist music instructors
working to improve the communication and social skills of
students with learning difficulties, including those with
autism.
LetsMakeFaces.GerardEmersonLangeler,$14.50
Have fun drawing different faces for different feelings!

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Making Sense of Social Situations: How to Run a
Group-Based Intervention Program for Children
with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Albert Cotungo,
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$34.95
Children with ASDs often demonstrate significant
deficiencies in social interaction and social
communication skills, so it is critical to understand and
develop interventions which directly address these
needs. This book explores the core areas of ASD
development and related deficits, and introduces a
practical program to assess and remediate these social
competency issues.
Dr. Cotugno employs concepts and theories of group
therapy and cognitive-development and integrates them
with skill-based instructional approaches to develop the
comprehensive Social Competence Enhancement
Program (SCEP). This peer-based, group-focused
program is explained in detail, including a step-by-step
guide to its implementation and a full range of tasks and
activities that can be used by practitioners at each stage
of the process.
This book will be a valuable resource for teachers,
clinicians and all other professionals working with
children with ASD who are interested in using group
interventions as a means to improve social competency
and treat social skills deficits.

Mind Reading: the Interactive Guide to Emotions Version 1.3. Simon Baron-Cohen, $150.95 (DVD or CDROM)
Mind Reading Emotions Library. University of
Cambridge with Simon Baron-Cohen, $70.95
Mind Reading is a unique reference work covering the
entire spectrum of human emotions. Using this software
you can explore over 400 emotions, seeing and hearing
each one performed by six different people.
Mind Reading has been designed with awareness of the
special needs of children and adults who have difficulties
recognizing emotional expression in others. It enables the
user to study emotions and to learn the meanings of facial
expressions and tone of voice, drawing on a
comprehensive underlying audio-visual and text database.
People who might find Mind Reading particularly useful are
those with autism spectrum conditions, including Asperger
Syndrome, Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD),
Semantic-Pragmatic Disorder, Atypical Autism, Classic
Autism, and Non-Verbal Learning Disabilities.

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The Model Me Kids Video
Series for Modeling Social
Skills DVDs
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THE MODEL ME KIDS VIDEO


SERIES FOR MODELING SOCIAL
SKILLS were created for children
and youth with autism, Asperger
syndrome, nonverbal learning
disorders, social anxiety, learning
disabilities and other
developmental delays. The DVDs
demonstrate a wide variety of
social skills and are great
teaching tools for visual learners.
MODEL ME KIDS TEACHING
MANUALS AND STUDENT
WORKBOOKS complement the
video modeling DVDs and help
extend the lessons taught in the
live-action DVDs. These
resources help teach social skills
at home, in a classroom, social
skills group, or other teaching
setting. The Teaching Manual
comes complete with lesson
plans and the Student Workbook
has numerous social skills
worksheets and activities. Sold
separately from the DVDs.
Ages 9 to 17:
Model Me Confidence &
Bullying Prevention DVD,
$33.95 (63 minutes, Ages 9-17)
models skills for building selfesteem and preventing bullying
including self-advocacy, choosing
friends, positive self-talk, and
more.

Model Me Confidence &


Bullying Prevention, Teaching
Manual and Student
Workbook Set. Model Me Kids,
$54.95
Model Me Conversation Cues
DVD, $32.95 (68 minutes; Ages
9-17) features middle and high
school-aged children
demonstrating social skills at
school and in the community.

Model Me Conversation
Cues, Teaching Manual and
Student Workbook Set. Model
Me Kids, $54.95
Model Me Friendship DVD,
$33.95 (75 minutes; Ages 9-17)
presents social skills needed to
develop and maintain friendship.
It features teen-aged children
demonstrating appropriate social
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skills at school, playing on sports


teams, eating at a restaurant and
in other settings.
Model Me Friendship,
Teaching Manual and Student
Workbook Set. Model Me Kids,
$54.95
Model Me Organization &
Motivation DVD, $33.95 (63
minutes, Ages 9-17) watch as
children model skills for staying
organized, persistence, planning
ahead, memorization, being on
time, note-taking, flexibility,
mistakes and more.
Model Me Tips and Tricks
DVD, $33.95 (67 minutes; Ages
9-17) features upper elementary,
middle, and high school-aged
children demonstrating social
skills at school and in the
community.
Ages 5 to 12:
Model Me I Can Do It! DVD,
$33.95 (53 minutes; Ages 5-12)
presents social skills in the
context of challenging
circumstances. It features
elementary school-aged children
demonstrating appropriate
behavior in a variety of difficult
situations.
Model Me Time for a
Playdate DVD, $33.95 (67
minutes; Ages 5-12) presents
social skills in the context of
several playmates. It features
elementary school-aged children
demonstrating appropriate social
skills on a playdate.
Model Me Time for School
DVD, $33.95 (61 minutes; Ages
5-12) presents social skills in the
context of school. It features
elementary school-aged children
demonstrating appropriate social
skills in the classroom, library, on
the playground, and in the
hallway.
Model Me Time for School,
Teaching Manual and Student
Workbook Set. Model Me Kids,
$54.95
Ages 2 to 8:
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Model Me Faces and


Emotions DVD, $27.95 (27
minutes; Ages 2-8) watch as
young children demonstrate a
wide range of faces and
emotions. This is a great teaching
tool for visual learners.
Model Me Going Places DVD,
$27.50 (42 minutes; Ages 2-8)
models appropriate behavior in
community locations including
the hairdresser, grocery store,
dentist, doctor, mall, and more.

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The New Social Story Book, Revised and
Expanded 10th Anniversary Edition. Carol Gray,
$37.50
Over 100 social stories that teach everyday social skills
to children with autism or Aspergers Syndrome and
their peers. The book includes a CD-ROM of printable,
editable social stories. This new edition is a bright,
colourful and practical update to writing, modifying,
teaching and using Social Stories at home and at
school.
OffWeGototheDentist.
AvrilWebster,$11.50
OffWeGoforaHaircut.Avril
Webster,$11.50
OffWeGototheGrocery
Store.AvrilWebster,$11.50
These simple social stories
provide young children with
the language to self-soothe
as they embark on
different, often
overwhelming, outings.

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TheOneandOnlySam.AileenStalker,$18.95
AstoryexplainingidiomsforchildrenwithAsperger
Syndromeandothercommunicationdifficulties.
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Photo Social Stories: 35 Cards That Teach


Kids Social Skills for Everyday Situations.
Lawrence Shapiro, $26.50 (ages 5-12)
Simple stories, illustrated with photographs, teach
children how they are expected to behave in typical
social situations. Each story is followed with
highlights and interactive questions.
The Planner Guide: an Organizational and
Reference System for People with Social and
Cognitive Challenges. Jane Burke, Bob Steinkamp &
Chantal Charron, $157.95
The visual tools in The Planner Guide help individuals with
disabilities to "connect the dots" of social understanding
and life skills. Adolescents, youth and adults will benefit
from learning skills of organization that will help
encourage independence in school, work, home, and
community. The Planner Guide can be used effectively by
individuals with a wide range of disabilities, including:
AutismSpectrumDisorder
CognitiveImpairments
LearningDisabilities
TraumaticBrainInjury
AnyCognitiveorSocialChallenges
The materials support individuals on issues of personal
safety, communication, self-advocacy, problem-solving,
organizational and life skills, communication, relationships,
education, independence and stress management.
The Planner Guide comes in a sturdy, zippered cloth case
with carrying handles.
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APoliticallyIncorrectLookatEvidenceBasedPracticesand
TeachingSocialSkills:aLiteratureReviewandDiscussion.
MichelleGarciaWinner,$22.95
In this assumption-shattering essay, Michelle Garcia Winner
explores the complex development of our social intelligence
and asks 10 simple questions that challenge us to think
deeply about how we define social skills and develop
programs for students with social learning disabilities. Any
person involved in educating students with social learning,
especially students on the autism spectrum, will find this
discussion provocative, at times unnerving, yet one that can
no longer be ignored.

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AQuestforSocialSkillsforStudentswithAutismor
Aspergers:ReadytoUseLessonswithGames,Role
PlayActivitiesandMore.JoEllenCumpata&SusanFell,
$26.50
QUEST (Questioning, Understanding, and Exploring
Social Skills and Pragmatic Language Together) is a
social skills program created to help middle school
students with ASD who struggle with pragmatic
language and social skills.
Developed by a school social worker and speech
language pathologist, the program uses an intensive,
proactive approach to teaching social skills, combining
written instruction with games, activities, and student
interaction. The book includes a CD of printable
worksheets, letters, forms and more.
Quinn at School: Relating, Connecting and
Responding at School, a Book for Children
Ages 3-7. Rick Warren, $19.75
Meet Quinn an irresistible young child who is
trying to learn the "ropes" of social interactions at
school. Colorful illustrations, interactive activities
and a fun poster make this educational tool more
than just a good story!
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Quirky, Yes Hopeless, No. Practical Tips to Help
Your Child with Asperger's Syndrome Be More
Socially Accepted. Cynthia La Brie Norall, $21.99
QUIRKY, YES HOPELESS, NO, presents short lessons,
structured around specific topics from A-Z that address
the social challenges faced by Asperger's children and
teens.

ResponsibilityCheckListHome.$15.95(Laminated
RingSetssize3"x3.5")
Responsibility Check List School. $15.95
(Laminated Ring Sets - size 3"x3.5")
Responsibility check lists teach a child independence
and accountability. This item allows children to follow a
visual schedule independently. As a child performs
each task they will be able to self check they have
completed all the steps. The ring opens, allowing you
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to remove or rearrange the order of the cards. This


visual check list also eases anxiety and frustration as
children know exactly what is coming next as well as
how many steps there are to completion.

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SetforSuccess:ActivitiesforTeachingEmotional,Social
andOrganizationalSkills.JosieSantomauro&MargaretAnne
Carter,$34.95
To be successful in today's world, all children need to
become competent in emotional, social and
organizational skills. This book of easy-to-implement
strategies will be an invaluable tool for teaching these
essential life skills to children of all abilities. Each chapter
provides objectives, lesson ideas, activities and
photocopiable worksheets, and adopts an engaging
theme appealing to a wide range of interests including
science, music, cookery and sports. Set for Success
offers a series of structured yet fun-filled exercises that
cater to all learning styles and levels of emotional and
social proficiency.
This practical resource is ideal for children aged 3-10.
60 Social Situations & Discussion Starters to Help
Teens on the Autism Spectrum Deal with
Friendships, Feelings, Conflict and More. Matt
Winter, $25.95
Teenagers and older children on the autism spectrum are,
like everyone else, surrounded by complex social codes
and rules that govern everyday interaction, but have
much more difficulty in interpreting them. This book of
realistic and thought-provoking stories provides much
needed help.
Written with both parent and teen in mind, every story
outlines a real-life situation that young people on the
autism spectrum are likely to encounter. Each story is
followed by questions such as 'what else might he have
done?', 'how do you think she felt?' and 'why do you think
they were upset?' along with practical tips for parents on
how to initiate constructive discussions. As teens
consider these questions with adults, they will begin to be
able to put themselves into someone else's shoes and
think about how their actions and behaviour may affect
those around them. This process will equip them to
transfer this invaluable understanding and confidence to
other everyday life situations.
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SocialBehaviorMappingDVD.MichelleGarciaWinner&The
GrayCenter,$23.95(DVDformat,50minutes)
SocialBehaviorMappingisacognitivebehavioraltechniquewhich
helpsstudentstounderstandhowourbehaviorsaffectothers,which
thenimpactsonhowtheytreatusandultimatelyhowwefeelabout
ourselves.Thishelpstodemystifythecomplexityofsocialthought
andrelatedbehaviors.OnthisDVD,theevolutionofsocialbehavior
mappingisexplainedalongwithstepbystepinstructionsonhowto
usethisvaluabletreatmentstrategy.TheDVDcorrespondswitha
bookcalledSocialBehaviorMapping,alsobyMichelleGarcia
Winner.IncludedonthisresourceisabriefdiscussionofMichelle
GarciaWinner'sotherbooksandDVDsandtheirapplicabilityfora
varietyofsituationsandaudiences.
Social Behavior Mapping DVD Templates: These
templates (contained in a seven page pdf document) come
FREE after your purchase a Social Behavior Mapping DVD
by Michelle Garcia Winner. Just use the coupon code printed
on the face of the disc when you receive your DVD.

Social and Communication Development in Autism


Spectrum Disorders: Early Identification, Diagnosis,
and Intervention. Edited by Tony Charman and Wendy
Stone, $27.95
This book presents important advances in understanding
and treating the early social-communication difficulties that
are hallmarks of autism spectrum disorders. Contributors
highlight the connections between ASD and impairments in
attention, communication and language, play, and imitation.
They review approaches to supporting children's functioning
in each area, along with evidence-based screening and
assessment strategies. Valuable advice is offered on
matching treatment to individual children's needs. The book
also explores the developmental and neurobiological
processes that underlie social-communication deficits in
ASD.
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SocialCompetenceIntervention
Program:aDramaBased
InterventionforYouthonthe
AutismSpectrum.LauraGuli,
AlisonWilkinson&Margaret
SemrudClikeman,$35.95Forms
andHandoutsCDROM,$18.95
SCIP is a drama-based
intervention for youth ages 814. Designed to help students
accurately perceive and
respond to nonverbal aspects
of social interactions, such as
facial expressions, body
language and tone of voice,
students are asked to
participate in process dramas
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and take on roles that explore


various outcomes. They also
learn practical skills for dealing
with teasing and
understanding complex social
cues.
SocialCompetenceofYoungChildren:Risk,Disability,and
Intervention.EditedbyWilliamBrown,SamuelOdom&Scott
McConnell,$41.95
How can early childhood professionals ensure that young
children have the skills to develop the social relationships
they need to succeed? This comprehensive resource puts
research and effective strategies within reach as
professionals work with children from birth to age 5,
especially those who are risk for or who have a social
competence difficulties.
SocialEnjoymentGroupsforChildren,TeensandYoung
AdultswithAutismSpectrumDisorders.JohnMerges,$26.95
John Merges' simple yet effective program for teaching
social enjoyment skills is based on the concept that there
are ten hurdles that make it challenging for people with
ASD to enjoy social interaction. This book guides the
reader through planning, running, and assessing group
sessions that have been designed to help participants
overcome these hurdles, interact with confidence, and
ultimately enjoy more independent and fulfilling lives. As
social interaction is a vital element of any work
environment, this book also teaches young adults with
ASD an important employment skill.
This adaptable book can be used with a wide range of
ages and communicative abilities, and will be an invaluable
resource for all professionals working with groups of
children and young people with ASD.
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SocialFortuneorSocialFate:aSocialThinkingGraphic
NovelMapforSocialQuestSeekers.MichelleGarciaWinner
&PamCrooke,$24.95
Utilizing the graphic novel with anime illustrations concept
to capture the attention of teens, we have developed this
book to teach the core concepts related to Michelle
Garcia Winners Social Behavior Mapping (SBM). The core
of the book consists of 10 social scenarios, each one
scenario is played out through the lens of Social Fortune
or Social Fate by demonstrating visually how a situation
can change quickly based on how someone reacts within
it. Every scenario begins with a mini-story told through a
four pictured comic strip which then leads the
protagonist to a decision making point. If the decision
made leads to others feeling good and ultimately the
character feeling good about him or herself, this will be
represented as social fortune. However, if the
protagonist makes a decision that traps him/her and
peers/adults in an uncomfortable or frustrating situation,
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this leads to social fate.


This book is unique in its layout and format. The first
cover depicts the Social Fortune side of the book; but
when the reader turns the book over, the back side of
the cover appears up-side down. This is the Social Fate
side a playful way to point out two different points of
view.
TheSocialandLifeSkillsMeNu.KarraBarber,$52.95
During adolescence social development and social
status among peers is of crucial importance. For
teenagers with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) social
interaction does not come naturally and often needs to
be carefully learned. This workbook provides guided
strategies to help those with ASD engage and connect
with other people at home, school, work, social
gatherings and in the community. By practicing these
easy techniques students can improve self-awareness,
increase self-confidence and build on their daily life
skills.
This book will be a life-changing tool for all teenagers
and young adults with social cognitive disorders, as well
as their parents and the teachers and other
professionals who work with them.
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Social Literacy: a Social Skills Seminar for Young
Adults with ASDs, NLDs, and Social Anxiety. Mary
Riggs Cohen, $50.95
All adults need strong social skills to find and keep a job,
establish relationships, and participate fully in adult life
but building these skills can be a special challenge for
people with autism, Asperger syndrome, nonverbal
learning disorder, social anxiety, and other disorders
affecting social learning.
With Social Literacy, professionals will have everything
they need to conduct a full 12 weeks of lessons. This
book-and-CD set includes practical guidance on
establishing a social learning course, strategies for
recruiting and training social coaches, photocopiable
handouts, and exercises that help participants
understand and practice social skills, and a CD-ROM
with more than 100 PowerPoint slides for instructional
use. A highly effective way to teach critical social skills
to high-functioning adults, this proven curriculum will
prepare participants to successfully navigate the joys
and challenges of adult life.
Social Rules for Kids: the Top 100 Social Rules Kids
Need to Succeed. Susan Diamond, $21.50 (ages 7-14)

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SocialSkillsandAutisticSpectrumDisorders.LynnPlimley&
MaggieBowen,$36.95
Social Skills and Autistic Spectrum Disorders examines the
concerns around inappropriate social behaviour that those
living and working with children and adults with ASD face on
a day-to-day basis. It discusses preventative measures and
intervention strategies, and uses real-life case studies to
illustrate these.
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SocialSkillsComicsforTeens:RealTeensShowHowto
BehaveinRealSocialSituations.ElizabethBennett,
$33.95
Thisbookispackedwithcomicsdesignedtoshowteenagers
theexpectedwaystobehaveinavarietyofsocialsituations.
Eachscenarioisdepictedinwithbothinappropriateand
appropriatebehaviorsincludingbodylanguageandothernon
verbalcues.Interactiveactivitiesencourageteenstoapply
theseskillstotheirownlives.
Social Skills, Emotional Growth and Drama
Therapy: Inspiring Connection on the Autism
Spectrum. Lee Chasen, $34.95
Drama therapy provides valuable opportunities for
children on the autism spectrum to interact and connect
with others in a fun, supportive environment. The
innovative model of drama therapy described in this book
is rooted in neuroscience, and designed specifically to
develop social, emotional and expressive language skills in
children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD).
Lee Chasen provides an accessible explanation of the
theoretical foundations, concepts and techniques that
make up the approach, and describes in detail a thirtysession drama therapy program which uses creative and
playful tools such as guided play, sociometry, puppetry,
role-play, video modeling and improvisation. Scenarios
drawn from his own practice provide useful insights into
the practicalities of setting up and running such a
program, as well as into how children's social, emotional
and expressive language skills deepen through their
immersion in this unique approach.

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Syndrome: a Practical Guide to Day-to-Day Life.


Nancy Patrick, $22.95
This resource provides practical strategies for helping
teenagers and adults with Asperger Syndrome to navigate
social skills, friendships and relationships at home and in
the community.

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Social Skills for Teenagers with Developmental
and Autism Spectrum Disorders: the PEERS
Treatment Manual. Elizabeth Laugeson & Fred
Frankel, $53.95
A comprehensive, evidence-based manual for tackling
such issues as developing conversational skills,
choosing friends, using humor, teasing, bullying,
gossiping and handling disagreements.

Social Skills Intervention Manual. Samm House,


Editor, $33.50
THE SOCIAL SKILLS INTERVENTION MANUAL (SSIM) is a
compilation of goals, objectives, and intervention
strategies for 63 behaviors grouped by categories:
Relationships, Communication, Problem Solving,
Decision Making/Goal Setting and Academic
Interactions.
It is designed to respond to the most typical social skills
problems exhibited by students in educational settings.
The interventions are appropriate for any student
engaging in the selected behaviors. The Social Skills
Checklist provides a means of calling attention to
specific behaviors for the purpose of early intervention.
Social Skills Success for Students with
Autism/Asperger's, Grades 6-12. Fred Frankel &
Jeffrey Wood, $35.95
How to teach conversation skills, prevent meltdowns
and help kids fit in.

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Social Skills Training for Children with Asperger
Syndrome and High-Functioning Autism. Susan
Williams White, $30.95
This practical, research-based guide provides a wealth of
tools and strategies for implementing social skills training
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in school or clinical settings. Numerous case examples


illustrate common social difficulties experienced by
children with Asperger syndrome and high-functioning
autism; the impact on peer relationships, school
performance, and behavior; and how social skills training
can help. Chapters delve into the nuts and bolts of
teaching and reinforcing core skills in classroom, smallgroup, or individual contexts, emphasizing ways to tailor
interventions to each individual's needs.

SocialSkillsTrainingandFrustrationManagement:DVD.Jed
Baker,$109.95DVDformat,4.5hours
This comprehensive, dynamic presentation is extremely
valuable to all family members and professionals working
with individuals with autism spectrum disorders, attention
deficit disorders, learning disabilities, mood and anxiety
disorders, and other issues that impact social-emotional
functioning. The DVD workshop will help parents and
professionals learn how to:
Buildanindividualssocialskillsincrucialareassuchas
conversation,conflictresolution,emotionmanagement,
employment,dating,etc.
Developaneffectivebehaviorplan
Manageandpreventmeltdowns
Helpcreatepeeracceptance
Assesssocialskillsofindividualsorgroups

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Social Smarts: a Play-2-Learn Matching
Game. Franklin Learning Systems, $30.50 Grades
2-6
This matching game helps players improve their
social and communication skills. As they respond to
examples of positive and negative thoughts, kids
learn to solve problems and make decisions.
TheSocialSuccessWorkbookforTeens:SkillBuilding
ActivitiesforTeenswithNonverbalLearningDisorder,
AspergersDisorder&OtherSocialSkillProblems.Barbara
Cooper&NancyWiddows,$16.95Professionalversion(with
CDROM)$37.95
This engaging workbook includes forty activities to help
teens recognize and use their strengths to overcome
social skills deficits related to Asperger's disorder or
nonverbal learning disorder. Developed especially for
teens, the activities in this workbook teach how to learn to
read social cues, understand emotions, avoid meltdowns,
and more.
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Social Thinking at Work: Why Should I Care?


Michelle Garcia Winner & Pamela Crooke, $23.95
A guidebook for understanding and navigating the social
complexities of the workplace, SOCIAL THINKING AT
WORK describes the inner workings of the social mind in
the workplace. The book helps you to decode the hidden
rules of the social world by explaining how we think about
our own, as well as other people's thoughts and
emotions.
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Social Thinking Worksheets for Tweens and
Teens: Learning to Read in Between the Social
Lines. Michelle Garcia Winner, $35.95
The use of worksheets is powerful in helping our
students to focus cognitively on core concepts related
to social functioning. This particular set of worksheets
focuses on pre-adolescent and adolescent social
concepts. Given social rules and expectations change
with age, these worksheets help to encourage more
mature Social Thinking and related shifts in one's social
skills. The book includes over 160 worksheets across 9
different lesson section. All of the worksheets are
available for printing from the included CD-ROM. (Mac
and PC compatible).
This book adds to the worksheet resources provided
through Michelle Garcia Winner's WORKSHEETS FOR
TEACHING SOCIAL THINKING AND RELATED SKILLS.
Both WORKSHEETS books are easily used by parents,
paraprofessionals, educators and other professionals.

Socially ADDept: Teaching Social Skills to


Children with ADHD, LD and Asperger's. Janet
Giler, $35.95 (ages 8-13)
Socially ADDept helps educators and parents teach the
hidden rules of social behavior to children with limited
social skills, notably those with special needs like ADHD,
learning disabilities, Asperger's and high-functioning
autism, Tourette Syndrome, and nonverbal learning
disabilities. The author provides all the information
parents and professionals need to know to help kids
learn social skills in simple, concise explanations. The
book is divided into eight sections that educators can
use as teaching units or parents can work through one
week (or month) at a time.
Socially Curious and Curiously Social: a Social
Thinking Guidebook for Bright Teens and Young
Adults. Michelle Garcia Winner & Pamela Crooke, $24.95
This book is a get real discussion about what really goes
on inside the mind of people as we share space together.
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From discussing the ins and outs of what it means to


be a Social Thinker to figuring out texting, dating, the
many different levels of friendship and the many and
varied emotions we experience as we relate to others, the
authors describe the real world of being with other
people.

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The Socially Included Child: a Parents Guide to
Successful Playdates, Recreation and Family Events
for Children with Autism. Laurie LeComer, $17.50
Parents of children with autism often end up skipping family
functions, playdates, and social outings for fear that their
children will be unsafe, behave inappropriately, or feel
overwhelmed. Now, no matter a childs language skills or
behaviors, he or she can start participating socially with this
indispensable step-by-step guide for socializing any child on
the autism spectrum.
Here is the essential guide for parents who want to ensure
that their children enjoy the benefitsand funof
socializing, while still accommodating their special needs.

TheSpacePlaceWeHaveLiftOff!CatalystVideoLtd.,
$65.95
The Space Place is designed to help young children have a
better understanding of emotions and social interaction.
The series features a space museum full of model space
vehicles and rockets with friendly faces. When George,
the caretaker, locks up at night, all the models come to life
and the fun begins!
Twelve episodes, each focusing on one emotion, are the
central part of this DVD. Also included are interactive
games and activities, a set of playing cards featuring
emotions and a bonus CD with a special 3D game.
StayingintheGame:ProvidingSocialOpportunitiesfor
ChildrenandAdolescentswithAutismSpectrum
DisordersandOtherDevelopmentalDisabilities.James
Loomis,$16.95
Staying in the Game picks up where many social skills
training programs leave off with generalization. The
book addresses this void by presenting a range of
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interventions aimed at promoting generalization of social


skills by showing how to establish social situations that
can be opportunities for generalization.

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StickerStrategies:PracticalStrategiestoEncourage
SocialThinkingandOrganization,2ndEdition.Michelle
GarciaWinner,$26.95
Sticker Strategies includes over 80 fundamental social
skills strategies that can be applied to a spiral-bound
set of index cards for a student to use at his or her
desk while at school or home. Topics include:
AskingforHelp
Emotions&ProblemSolving
Organization,WritingandHomework
GroupWork
SocialThinking
FamilyTimeHomeStrategies
The goal of the sticker strategy tool is for teachers to
work with students to determine which strategies or
social thinking reminders fit best for each student; a
small book of key strategies can then be developed
based on the student's needs that the student can
transport between home and school.
SuperflexaSuperheroSocialThinkingCurriculum.
StephanieMadrigal&MichelleGarciaWinner,$54.95
Superflex a Superhero Social Thinking Curriculum
provides educators, parents and therapists fun and
motivating ways to teach students with Asperger
Syndrome, high-functioning autism, ADHD and other
diagnosed and undiagnosed social difficulties how to
build social thinking skills. Superflex combines a book,
comic book and CD to create a curriculum that
develops in each student's brain their own superheroic
thinking processes that can overcome the challenges in
different social situations that arrive across the school
and home day.
The curriculum works best with elementary school
children (grades K-5) as well as with immature older
students who respond to visual books. The curriculum
package includes the Superflex curriculum, the
storybook Superflex Takes on Rock Brain and the Team
of Unthinkables and a CD of all the worksheets and
handouts to allow for easy printing of the colorful and
engaging materials for your lessons.
Superflex Takes on Brain Eater and the Team
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of Unthinkables. Stephanie Madrigal & Michele Garcia


Winner, $27.95 (includes CD-ROM with handouts)

SuperflexTakesonGlassmanandtheTeamof
Unthinkables.StephanieMadrigal&MicheleGarciaWinner,
$24.95
Superflex shows elementary school students how they
can use strategies to conquer their own Team of
Unthinkables. In the process, students learn to calm
themselves and to use strategies to assess the size of
problems and other issues. As students face Glassman
and other Unthinkables, they build up and learn to flex
nimble, new thinking skills that help them manage and
work on the thoughts and behaviors that may be causing
them problems.
Also: Superflex Takes on Rock Brain and the
Team of Unthinkables. Stephanie Madrigal & Kelly
Kopp, $13.95
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Talkabout for Children: Developing Self
Awareness and Self Esteem. Alex Kelly, $70.95
This practical resource is packed with activities and
games for developing self awareness and self esteem.
Self awareness and self esteem is an essential
prerequisite to developing social skills and so this book is
an excellent first step to any social skills programme. The
book includes:
Over40activitiestodevelopselfawarenessandself
esteem
ACDwithcolourversionsoftheactivitiestoprintoutand
use
Ayear'steachingplantohelpteachersincorporategroups
intotheschoolcurriculum
Ashortintroductiontoworkingwithchildrenwithlowself
esteemandsocialskillsdifficulties
Ashortassessmentofselfawarenessandselfesteem
25excellentgroupcohesionactivitiestousewithininyour
groups
Formsandevaluationsheetstohelpwiththesmooth
runningofgroups.

TalkingTogetherSocialStories.
NaturalLearningConcepts,$10.95
each
Like the Now I Get It Social Story
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Books for younger children, these


simple picture books designed for
older children and teens cover
topical issues that many on the
autism spectrum struggle with.
Each book has two stories that
clarify daily routines and explain
social rules. The comprehension
questions at the end of each story
ensure reinforcement and
understanding.
Talking Together: Classroom
Behavior & On the School
Bus.
Talking Together: Dealing with
Bullies & Stranger Danger.
Talking Together: Making
Mistakes & Making
Responsible Choices.
Talking Together: Sometimes I
Have to Wait & When to Say
Thanks.
Talking Together: Social Rules
& Having a Conversation.
Talking Together: Talking on
the Telephone.

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TeachingPerspectiveTakingSkillstoChildrenwithAutism
SpectrumDisorders.LynnCohenBrennan,$47.95
Educators, psychologists, speech and language
pathologists, school adjustment counselors and parents
can use the teaching guidelines in this manual to help
children on the autism spectrum acquire the social
perspective taking skills that are so vital to social
competency. Beginning with basic non-verbal
communication skills such as eye contact and pointing
skills, and using concrete, step-by-step instructions, the
manual provides systematic teaching programs designed
to build progressively more complex social perspectivetaking skills including joint attention and pretend play skills,
identifying and predicting emotions in themselves and
others, making social inferences, understanding false and
nested belief and faux pas. Teaching scenarios, with
corresponding illustrations designed to enhance
comprehension, are provided as well as recommended
activities for promoting the generalization of acquired
skills. Includes manual and CD-ROM with reproducibles.
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TeachingSocialCommunicationtoChildrenwith
Autism:aPractitioner'sGuidetoParentTraining.Brooke
Ingersoll&AnnaDvortcsak,$86.95(includesacopyofthe
ManualforParents)
Thistwobookpackage+DVDpresentsaparenttraining
approachthatisaccessible,evidencebased,andhighly
practical.Groundedindevelopmentalandbehavioral
research,thePractitioner'sGuideprovidesstepbystep
guidelinesforconductingparenttrainingindividuallyorin
groups.Ittakesproventechniquesforpromotingthesocial
communicationskillsofyoungchildrenwithautism(uptoage
6)andbreaksthemintosimpleyeteffectivestepssoparents
canlearnhowtodothem.TheDVD,foruseinthetraining
sessions,featuresvideoclipsofparentsimplementingthe
techniqueswiththeirchildren,aswellasPowerPointslides.
ThePractitioner'sGuidealsofeatures30reproducible
handoutsandforms.
ThecompanionManualforParentshelpsparentsmasterthe
techniquesandusethemathomewiththeirchildduringdaily
routinesandactivities.
Copiesoftheparentmanualarealsosold
separately.TeachingSocialCommunicationtoChildren
withAutism:aManualforParents.BrookeIngersoll&Anna
Dvortcsak,$25.95
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ThinkingaboutYOU,ThinkingaboutME:Teaching
PerspectiveTakingandSocialThinkingtoPersonswith
SocialCognitiveLearningChallenges,2ndEdition.Michelle
GarciaWinner,$53.95
Thinking about YOU, Thinking about ME is one of Michelle
Garcia Winners best-selling works. This newly revised
edition includes 140 new pages of information, including
two new chapters and an updated philosophy throughout.
The assessment chapter has been re-written and
expanded to include a Social Thinking Dynamic Assessment
Protocol, with more detailed assessment techniques. As
well, this second edition includes:
Winner's3LevelsofSocialCognitivePerspectiveTaking
ReviewofSocialCognitionandRelatedTheories
The4StepsofCommunicationExplainedandRelated
TreatmentActivities
ConcreteStrategiestohelpstudentsbecomeawareofthe
impacttheirwordsandactionshaveonotherpeople's
thoughts,emotionsandactions
SampleIEPGoalsandBenchmarks

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Trainman:GainingAcceptanceandFriendsthrough
SpecialInterests.Stefan&Barbarakavan,illustratedby
MichaelinOtis,$18.95(includesaforewordandteaching
ideasbyKariDunnBuron)
Intense, all-consuming interest in a special topic is
one of the core characteristics of individuals with
autism spectrum disorders. While often viewed as a
barrier to social interactions with others, special
interests can be "turned around" and become a
strength, resulting in very positive social outcomes,
even friendships. Beyond the potential for
friendships, special interests have also been found
to increase self-esteem and success in academic
areas.
In this warmly illustrated children's book, we meet
Stefan, who has a deep interest in trains, roads,
and maps. At first, Stefan's near-exclusive interest
in transportation-related topics isolated him from
other kids, but his parents and teachers helped
turn his unique talents into an asset. His classmates
now respect Stefan for his vast knowledge and
have come to recognize that he is more like them
than different. This book is an ideal addition to any
autism awareness program at the elementary level.

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UnderstandingEmotions.$14.50(LaminatedRingSets
size3"x3.5")
A superb quality photograph on the front of each card
teaches a child to label emotions. The back of each
card teaches a child how these emotions feel and
when they could occur. This convenient ring set keeps
the cards intact and is the perfect size to carry
around. Cards can easily be removed from the ring to
provide multiple learning options. Emotions in the set
include happy, sad, angry, frustrated, excited and
many more.
UsingIntensiveInteractionwithaPersonwithaSocialor
CommunicativeImpairment.GrahamFirth&MarkBarber,
$22.95
Intensive Interaction is a highly effective approach for
communicating and developing social interaction and
engagement with difficult-to-reach individuals. This easyto-use guide steers readers through the practical
application of the approach, showing how positive results
can best be achieved.
The authors explain clearly how to prepare for, carry out
and reflect on the use of Intensive Interaction with a client
or family member. A multitude of key questions are
addressed, including finding the right setting, evaluating
progress and disengaging effectively at the end of a
session. In the final section they consider some of the
wider implications of the approach, such as developing
confidence as a practitioner and incorporating Intensive
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Interaction into long-term care or educational planning.


WeCanMakeItBetter.ElizabethDelsandro,$28.95
A strategy to motivate and engage young learners in
social problem-solving through flexible stories. Includes
a CD-Rom with printable worksheets and 21 We Can
Make It Better stories.

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WhatDidYouSay?WhatDoYouMean?AnIllustrated
GuidetoUnderstandingMetaphors.JudeWelton&Jane
Telford,$22.95
Children with autism or Asperger Syndrome (AS) have
difficulty understanding figurative language because they
use and comprehend language literally and expect words
to mean exactly what they say. This can often lead to
misunderstandings at home and in the classroom.
What Did You Say? What Do You Mean? looks at a
hundred of the most common figures of speech in this
visual workbook designed as a springboard for family
and classroom discussions. Each figure of speech is
accompanied by an illustration showing its literal
meaning, which will help AS children recognize and learn
to enjoy metaphors and figurative language. The book
can be used by parents one-to-one with their ASD child.
Teachers can also use the book as the basis for
classroom work on figurative language.
What Did You Say? What Do You Mean? 120
Illustrated Metaphor Cards Plus Booklet with
Information, Ideas and Instructions. Jude Welton &
Jane Telford, $40.95
What Did You Say? What Do You Mean? metaphor cards
present 60 common sayings in a fun, illustrated format,
encouraging children to understand and play with
metaphorical language. Although designed with children
with Asperger Syndrome in mind, the cards are useful
for all children. The accompanying booklet contains
information and ideas for games and activities.

What Does It Mean to Me? 24 Hidden Rules


Worksheets to Help Children with Aspergers
Syndrome Learn Social Skills. Michael Canavan,
$32.95
These activities are designed to help children learn
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hidden rules the unwritten social rules and behaviors


that most of seem to know without ever being taught.

What is Friendship? Games and Activities to Help


Children to Understand Friendship. Pamela Day,
$31.95
Friendship is a vital part of achieving emotional wellbeing, but some children experience difficulties both
initiating and maintaining friendships. This fun and
accessible programme contains detailed instructions and
photocopiable handouts for teaching children about
friendship. The book combines group activities, individual
work, homework exercises and games, and will be
especially useful for groups containing children with
developmental and social difficulties, such as ADHD and
autism. Developed in an inclusive classroom, this
programme will arm children with useful strategies to
deal with difficult situations such as negative peer
pressure and conflict.
WhatisFriendshipisideallysuitedforusewithchildrenaged7
11,butcanbeadaptedforyoungerchildrenorolderchildrenwith
developmentaldifficulties.
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What is a Thought? A Thought is a Lot! Amy
Kahofer & Jack Pranksy, $22.50 Grades K-5
This poetic and engaging book introduces children to the
amazing, creative power within us all: thought. It is not a
book about changing thoughts or changing behaviors,
but rather a story to help children (and adults!) see how
their own thinking creates their lives, moment to
moment, day to day.
Wonderfully illustrated, this children's book not only
introduces young readers to the concept of thought but
also the amazing power of their own thoughts. Authors
Amy Kahofer and noted prevention specialist Jack
Pransky tell a simple yet profound message: that our
thinking creates our feelings and behavior, and when our
minds are calm we have access to natural wisdom and
healthy feelings.
Lesson plans and activities on the enclosed CD-ROM
transform a story into a teaching tool that can be used
with regular and special education students alike to
explore social thinking concepts such as perspective
taking, abstract language, empathy and human
relatedness.

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What'sThatLookonYourFace?AllAboutFacesand
Feelings.CatherineSnodgrass,$19.95(Gr.25)
Recognizing and interpreting facial expressions and the
feelings they represent poses a great challenge for
children with language and communication difficulties,
including those with an autism spectrum disorder. This
strikingly illustrated book helps young readers link faces
to feelings by presenting situations they can all relate to.
Each page spread is devoted to a feeling expressed
through an exaggerated facial expression accompanied
by a short poem that further elaborates on the
expression to reinforce its meaning.
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Whole Body Listening Larry at Home. Kristen
Wilson & Elizabeth Sautter, $18.95
Whole Body Listening Larry at School. Kristen
Wilson & Elizabeth Sautter, $19.50
These colorfully illustrated storybooks provide fun
ways to teach children an abstract but essential
idea that their eyes, hands, brains their whole
bodies! communicate and affect the people
around them. Being a good listener means much
more than just hearing what is said with the ears. It
is important to break down ALL of the components
of listening for your child. Parents, teachers and
therapists can use these books to teach this
challenging concept at home, at school, in the car,
with friends, with grandparents and a number of
other very recognizable situations.
Worksheets!ForTeachingSocialThinkingandRelated
Skills.MichelleGarciaWinner,$35.95
WorksheetsforTeachingSocialThinkingandRelatedSkillsisa
practical,spiralboundbookthatprovidesover250lessonsthat
addressawiderangeoftopicsrelatedtosocialthinking.These
copyreadyworksheetshavebeendevelopedtohelpexplainto
studentsabstractconceptsinmoreconcretewaysandtohelpthem
betterunderstandthesocialworld.Theworksheetsarenotonlyfor
thestudentbuttheyalsohelpguidethethinkingoftheeducators
andparentsonhowtomoredeeplyexploreaconcept.
The concepts guiding the Worksheets are explored in
Michelle's earlier two books, Inside Out: What Makes the
Person with Social Cognitive Deficits Tick and Thinking
About You Thinking About Me. This Worksheets book can
also be used in conjunction with A Social Thinking
Curriculum for Teaching School Age Students, to further
individualize the curriculum to a student's needs.
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YouAreaSocialDetective:ExplainingSocialThinking
toKids.MichelleGarciaWinner&PamelaCrooke,
IllustratedbyKellyKnopp,$22.50
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Every one of us is a Social Detective. We are good


Social Detectives when we use our eyes, ears, and
brains to figure out what others are planning to do
next or are presently doing and what they mean by
their words and deeds. This entertaining comic book
offers different ways that can be reviewed
repeatedly with students to teach them how to
develop their own social detective skills. Enjoy
watching your students and kids blossom day-byday into successful Social Detectives!

YouAreaSocialDetective!InteractiveCD.SocialSkill
Builder&SocialThinkingPublishing,$97.95(ages7to
12,Mac/PCcompatible)

Thisnewlearningsoftwareisadynamiccombinationof
SocialSkillBuilder'sinteractivevideomodelingstylewith
thecharacters,vocabularyandprocessofthebookYou
AreaSocialDetective!bySocialThinking
founderMichelleGarciaWinnerandcoauthorPamela
Crooke.
TheCDfeaturesafunmysterythemedjingleandusesa
footprint,magnifyingglassandcluesthemethroughout.
Theinteractivelearninggameteachesplayershowtouse
theireyes,earsandbraintomakesmartsocialguesses
andinvestigatecluestoseehowothersemotionsand
responsesareconnectedtotheirownbehavior.This
softwareprogramhas6excitinglevelswithmorethan200
videopromptstobreakdownsocialsituationsinto
functionaltermsincluding:
UnderstandingOthersComfortable/Uncomfortable
Thoughts
UnderstandingOthersExpected/Unexpected
Behaviors
GuessingOthersThoughtsandEmotions
MakingSmartGuesses
UsingYourToolBoxItems(Eyes,Ears&Brain)
UsingSocialMapping

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The You & Me Social Skills Board Game. ChildsWork
ChildsPlay, $61.95 (ages 4-12)
This popular board game teaches children important day-today social skills. For 2-4 players.

The You & Me Workbook: a Book That Teaches


Social Skills and Social Awareness. Lisa Schab,
$33.95
Using simple activities, puzzles and games this
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workbook is designed to help children learn and


practice the basic social skills needed to develop and
maintain healthy relationships.

The ZONES of Regulation: a Curriculum


Designed to Foster Self-Regulation and
Emotional Control. Leah Kuypers, $46.95 (preschool
through high school)
THE ZONES OF REGULATION is a curriculum geared
toward helping students gain skills in consciously
regulating their actions, which in turn leads to increased
control and problem solving abilities. Using a cognitive
behavior approach, the curriculum's learning activities
are designed to help students recognize when they are
in different states called "zones," with each of four
zones represented by a different color. In the activities,
students also learn how to use strategies or tools to
stay in a zone or move from one to another. Students
explore calming techniques, cognitive strategies, and
sensory supports so they will have a toolbox of
methods to use to move between zones. To deepen
students' understanding of how to self-regulate, the
lessons set out to teach students these skills: how to
read others' facial expressions and recognize a broader
range of emotions, perspective about how others see
and react to their behavior, insight into events that
trigger their less regulated states, and when and how
to use tools and problem solving skills.
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CompleteBooklist
Groupwork
Acting Antics: a Theatrical Approach to Teaching Social Understanding to Kids
and Teens with Asperger Syndrome. Cindy Schneider, $25.95
Big Picture Thinking: Using Central Coherence Theory to Support Social Skills
a Book for Students. Aileen Zeitz Collucci, $25.95
Building Social Relationships: a Systematic Approach to Teaching Social
Interaction Skills to Children and Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders
and Other Social Difficulties. Scott Bellini, $43.95; Textbook Edition $63.95
Cartoon Cut-Ups: Teaching Figurative Language & Humor. Jean Hamersky,
$42.95
Critical Thinking Set for Teens and Up. $55.95
Face Cards for Emotional Awareness: 119 Activities for Understanding
Yourself and Others, Grades 6-12. Tad Vogl, $41.95 (includes deck of 54
cards and facilitators manual); Face Cards for Emotional Awareness. Tad
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Vogl, $18.95 (cards only)


Fitting In and Having Fun. Social Skills Training Video Series, Volume 1. DVD
$64.95
Fitting In and Having Fun: Moving On to Middle School. Social Skills Training
Video Series, Volume 2. DVD $64.95
Fitting In and Having Fun: Confident and In Control. Social Skills Training Video
Series, Volume 3. DVD $64.95
Growing Up Social: Exploring How Social Communication Develops and
Strategies to Help DVD. Michelle Garcia Winner & The Gray Center, $44.95
(DVD format, 2 discs, 60 minutes each)
The Hidden Curriculum: Practical Solutions for Understanding Unstated Rules
in Social Situations. Brenda Smith Myles et al, $20.95; DVD $31.95
Improving Social Behaviors in the Classroom: An Easy Curriculum for
Teachers of Young Children with Autism, Developmental Disabilities and
Typical Children. Stephanny Freeman, Gazi Begum, Kristen Hayashida & Tanya
Papartlla, $44.95
The Incredible 5-Point Scale: Assisting Students with ASDs in Understanding
Social Interactions and Controlling Their Emotional Responses. Kari Buron &
Mitzi Curtis, $20.95; DVD $30.95
Joining In: a Program for Teaching Social Skills. Linda Murdock & Guru Shabad
Khalsa, DVD $85.95
Knowing Yourself, Knowing Others: Activities That Teach Social Sense
(Elementary). Barbara Cooper & Nancy Widdows, $18.95Professional
Version with CD-ROM Reproducibles, $29.95
Learning Social Skills: a Conversation Workbook. Do2Learn, $27.95
Let's All Listen: Songs for Group Work in Settings that Include Students with
Learning Difficulties and Autism. Pat Lloyd, $39.95
Lets Make Faces. Gerard Emerson Langeler, $14.50
Lets Talk Emotions: Helping Children with Social Cognitive Deficits, Including
AS, HFA, and NVLD, Learn to Understand and Express Empathy and
Emotions. Teresa Cardon, $25.50
Lifeskills Activities for Special Children Grades K-5, 2nd Edition. Darlene
Mannix, $35.99 Secondary Students, $31.25
Making Sense of Social Situations: How to Run a Group-Based Intervention
Program for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Albert Cotungo,
$34.95
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Navigating the Social World: a Curriculum for Individuals with Aspergers
Syndrome, High Functioning Autism and Related Disorders. Jeanette McAfee,
$52.95; DVD format $109.95
No Fishing Allowed: Reel In Bullying. Carol Gray &Judy Williams, DVD Kit
$65.95
Peer Play and the Autism Spectrum. Pamela Wolfberg, $40.95
Pirates: an Early-Years Group Program for Developing Social Understanding
and Social Competence for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and
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Related Challenges. Margaret Anne Carter & Josie Santomauro, $35.95


Playing It Right: Social Skills Activities for Parents & Teachers of Young
Children with ASDs. Rachel Baraket, $22.95
A Politically Incorrect Look at Evidence-Based Practices and Teaching Social
Skills: a Literature Review and Discussion. Michelle Garcia Winner, $22.95
Social Literacy: a Social Skills Seminar for Young Adults with ASDs, NLDs, and
Social Anxiety. Mary Riggs Cohen, $50.95
Social Skills Activities for Secondary Students with Special Needs, Grades 612, 2nd Edition. Darlene Mannix, $35.95
Social Skills Activities for Special Children, Grades K-5, 2nd Edition. Darlene
Mannix, $32.95
Social Skills and Autistic Spectrum Disorders. Lynn Plimley & Maggie Bowen,
$36.95
Social Skills for Teenagers and Adults with Asperger Syndrome: a Practical
Guide to Day-to-Day Life. Nancy Patrick, $19.95
Social Skills for Teenagers with Developmental and Autism Spectrum
Disorders: the PEERS Treatment Manual. Elizabeth Laugeson & Fred Frankel,
$53.95
Social Skills Groups for Children and Adolescents with Asperger's Syndrome:
a Step-by-Step Program. Kim Kiker Painter, $56.95
Social Skills Solutions: a Hands-On Manual for Teaching Social Skills to Children
with Autism. Kelly McKinnon & Janis Krempa, $36.95
Social Skills Training for Children and Adolescents with Asperger Syndrome
and Social-Communication Problems. Jed Baker, $41.95
Social Thinking Across the Home and School Day. Michelle Garcia Winner 2
DVDs, $67.95
Socially Curious and Curiously Social: a Social Thinking Guidebook for Bright
Teens and Young Adults. Michelle Garcia Winner & Pamela Crooke, $24.95
SOS Social Skills in Our Schools: a Social Skills Program for Children with
Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Including High-Functioning Autism and
Asperger Syndrome, and Their Typical Peers. Michelle Dunn, $41.95
StoryMovies: Social Concepts and Skills at School DVD. Carol Gray & Mark
Shelley, $85.95; Professional Version, $179.95
Super Skills: a Social Skills Group Program for Children with Asperger
Syndrome, High-Functioning Autism and Related Challenges. Judith
Coucouvanis, $41.95
Superflex a Superhero Social Thinking Curriculum. Stephanie Madrigal &
Michelle Garcia Winner, $54.95
Superflex Takes on Brain Eater and the Team of Unthinkables. Stephanie
Madrigal & Michele Garcia Winner, $27.95 (includes CD-ROM with handouts)
Superflex Takes on Glassman and the Team of Unthinkables. Stephanie
Madrigal & Michele Garcia Winner, $24.95
Superflex Takes on Rock Brain and the Team of Unthinkables. Stephanie
Madrigal & Kelly Kopp, $13.95
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Think Social! A Social Thinking Curriculum for School-Age Students. Michelle


Garcia Winner, $93.95
Worksheets! For Teaching Social Thinking and Related Skills. Michelle Garcia
Winner, $35.95
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SocialSkills
About Me and You ... and My Friends Too! Watch Me Learn Inc., $43.95 DVD
format (58 minutes) Recommended Developmental Ages: 4+ years
Asperger Meets Girl: Happy Endings for Asperger Boys. Jonathan Griffiths,
$22.95
Asperger Syndrome and Difficult Moments: Practical Solutions for Tantrums,
Rage, and Meltdowns. Brenda Smith-Myles & Jack Southwick, $22.50
Asperger Syndrome & Social Relationships: Adults Speak Out about Asperger
Syndrome. Genevieve Edmonds & Luke Beardon, editors, $19.95
Asperger Syndrome: Strategies for Solving the Social Puzzle. Vicki Lord
Larson & Nancy Kaufman, $42.95
AspergersWhat Does It Mean to Me? A Workbook Explaining SelfAwareness and Life Lessons to the Child or Youth with High Functioning
Autism or Aspergers. Catherine Faherty, $42.95
Autism/Aspergers: Solving the Relationship Puzzle: a New Developmental
Program that Opens the Door to Lifelong Social & Emotional Growth. Steven
Gutstein, $39.95
AUTISM: the Musical. Directed by Tricia Regan, $28.95 (DVD format, 93
minutes)
The Autistic Childs Guide to How to Behave: Introducing spark* the SelfRegulation Program of Awareness and Resilience in Kids. Heather Mackenzie,
$39.95
Be a Friend: Songs for Social Skills Training CD. Jed Baker & Jeffrey Friedberg,
$17.95
Being Bullied: Strategies and Solutions for People with Aspergers Syndrome.
Nick Dubin, $39.95 DVD
Caring for Myself: a Social Skills Storybook. Christy Gast & Jane Krug, $22.95
The Choices Game: Staying Safe in Social Situations. Christopher McMaster,
$43.95
Conversation Skills On the Job and In the Community: a Curriculum for
Adolescents and Adults with Developmental Disabilities. Marilyn Banks, $53.95
Conversation Skills II: Extending Conversations a Curriculum for
Adolescents and Adults with Developmental Disabilities. Marilyn Banks, $53.95
Conversations in Pictures: Daily Living Skills. Natural Learning Concepts,
$14.50
ConversationsinPictures:OutandAbout.NaturalLearningConcepts,$14.50
DiaryofaSocialDetective:RealLifeTalesofMystery,IntrigueandInterpersonal
Adventure.JeffreyJessum,$21.50
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ExploringBullyingwithAdultswithAspergerSyndrome:aPhotocopiableWorkbook.
AnnaTickle&BettinaStott,$52.95
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FaceYourFeelings!ABooktoHelpChildrenLearnAboutFeelings.LawrenceShapiro,
$18.95
FeelingsFLASHCARDS.ToddParr,$16.99
A 5 Is Against the Law! Social BoundariesStraight Up! An Honest Guide for
Teens and Young Adults. Kari Dunn Buron, $21.95
Friendly Facts: a Fun, Interactive Resource to Help Children Explore the
Complexities of Friends and Friendship. Margaret-Anne Carter & Josie
Santomauro, $20.95 (ages 7-11)
Friendships: the Aspie Way. Wendy Lawson, $17.95
Getting the Message: Learning to Read Facial Expressions. Pat Crissey,
$54.95
Getting the Picture: Inference and Narrative Skills for Young People with
Communication Difficulties. David Nash, Illustrated by Oliver Allchin, $31.95
Hidden Rules Card Game. ChildsWork ChildsPlay, $26.95 (ages 6-12)
How Do You Feel? A Facial Expression Puzzle Game. $11.50 (ages 3 and up)
How to Find Your Groove: Conversation Skills and Other Tips for Surviving the
Social World. Laura Cornish, $31.50
I Get It! Building Social Thinking and Reading Comprehension through Book
Chats. Audra Jensen, $26.95
Its So Much Work to be Your Friend: Helping the Child with Learning
Disabilities Find Social Success. Richard Lavoie, Book $19.95; DVD $52.95
Learn To Respond Appropriately: Increase Every Day Interaction. Natural
Learning Concepts, $14.50
Learning About Friendship: Stories to Support Social Skills Training in Children
with Asperger Syndrome and High Functioning Autism. K. I. Al-Ghani, $22.95
Look Mom! I Have Good Manners. Thinkeroo Studios, Elementary Social Skills.
DVD, 30 minutes. $17.95 (5 & up)
Manners for the Real World: Basic Social Skills. Coulter Video, DVD, (43
minutes), $33.95
Mind Reading: the Interactive Guide to Emotions includes the Emotions
Library (as above) plus Learning Centre, Games Zone, Activity Sheets and
Mind Reading Manager. University of Cambridge , DVD-ROM (requires DVDROM drive) or CD-ROM set (must be installed on hard drive, 2.5 GB) $150.95
Mind Reading Emotions Library. University of Cambridge with Simon BaronCohen, CD-ROM, $70.95
Model Me Confidence DVD, $33.95 (63 minutes; Ages 9-17)
Model Me Conversation Cues DVD, $32.95 (68 minutes; Ages 9-17)
Model Me Faces and Emotions DVD, $27.95 (27 minutes; Ages 2-8)
Model Me Friendship DVD, $33.95 (75 minutes; Ages 9-17)
Model Me Going Places DVD, $27.50 (42 minutes; Ages 2-8)
Model Me I Can Do It! DVD, $33.95 (53 minutes; Ages 5-12)
Model Me Organization & Motivation DVD, $33.95 (63 minutes, Ages 9-17)
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Model Me Time for School DVD, $33.95 (61 minutes; Ages 5-12)
Model Me Time for a Playdate DVD, $33.95 (67 minutes; Ages 5-12)
Model Me Tips and Tricks DVD, $33.95 (67 minutes; Ages 9-17)
Model Me Confidence & Bullying Prevention, Teaching Manual and Student
Workbook Set. Model Me Kids, $54.95
Model Me Conversation Cues, Teaching Manual and Student Workbook Set.
Model Me Kids, $54.95
Model Me Friendship, Teaching Manual and Student Workbook Set. Model Me
Kids, $54.95
Model Me Time for School, Teaching Manual and Student Workbook Set.
Model Me Kids, $54.95
My Social Stories Book. Carol Gray & Abbie Leigh White, $22.95
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The New Social Story Book, Revised and Expanded 10th Anniversary Edition.
Carol Gray, $37.50
Off We Go to the Dentist. Avril Webster, $11.50
Off We Go to the Grocery Store. Avril Webster, $11.50
Off We Go for a Haircut. Avril Webster, $11.50
Photo Social Stories: 35 Cards That Teach Kids Social Skills for Everyday
Situations. Lawrence Shapiro, $26.50 (ages 5-12)
The Planner Guide: an Organizational and Reference System for People with
Social and Cognitive Challenges. Jane Burke, Bob Steinkamp & Chantal
Charron, $157.95
A Quest for Social Skills for Students with Autism or Aspergers: Ready-toUse Lessons with Games, Role-Play Activities and More. JoEllen Cumpata &
Susan Fell, $26.50
Quinn at School: Relating, Connecting and Responding at School, a Book for
Children Ages 3-7. Rick Warren, $19.75
Quirky, Yes Hopeless, No. Practical Tips to Help Your Child with Asperger's
Syndrome Be More Socially Accepted. Cynthia La Brie Norall, $21.99
Relationship Development Intervention with Children, Adolescents and Adults:
Social and Emotional Development Activities for Asperger Syndrome, Autism,
PDD and NLD. Steven Gutstein & Rachelle Sheely, $34.95
Relationship Development Intervention with Young Children: Social and
Emotional Development Activities for Asperger Syndrome, Autism, PDD and
NLD. Steven Gutstein & Rachelle Sheely, $37.95
Responsibility Check List Home. $15.95 (Laminated Ring Sets - size 3"x3.5")
Responsibility Check List School. $15.95 (Laminated Ring Sets - size
3"x3.5")
Revealing the Hidden Social Code: Social Stories for People with Autistic
Spectrum Disorders. Marie Howley & Eileen Arnold, $19.95
Set for Success: Activities for Teaching Emotional, Social and Organizational
Skills. Josie Santomauro & Margaret Anne Carter, $34.95
The Sixth Sense II. Carol Gray, $8.50
60 Social Situations & Discussion Starters to Help Teens on the Autism
Spectrum Deal with Friendships, Feelings, Conflict and More. Matt Winter,
$25.95
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Social Behavior Mapping Connecting Behavior, Emotions and
Consequences Across the Day. Michelle Garcia Winner, Editor, $24.95
Social Behavior Mapping DVD. Michelle Garcia Winner & The Gray Center,
$23.95 (DVD format, 50 minutes)
Social and Communication Development in Autism Spectrum Disorders: Early
Identification, Diagnosis, and Intervention. Edited by Tony Charman and
Wendy Stone, $37.95
Social Competence Intervention Program: a Drama-Based Intervention for
Youth on the Autism Spectrum. Laura Guli, Alison Wilkinson & Margaret
Semrud-Clikeman, $35.95; Forms and Handouts CD-ROM, $18.95
Social Competence of Young Children: Risk, Disability, and Intervention. Edited
by William Brown, Samuel Odom & Scott McConnell, $41.95
Social Enjoyment Groups for Children, Teens and Young Adults with Autism
Spectrum Disorders. John Merges, $26.95
Social Fortune or Social Fate: a Social Thinking Graphic Novel Map for Social
Quest Seekers. Michelle Garcia Winner & Pam Crooke, $24.95
The Social and Life Skills MeNu. Karra Barber, $52.95
Social Literacy: a Social Skills Seminar for Young Adults with ASDs, NLDs, and
Social Anxiety. Mary Riggs Cohen, $50.95
Social Rules for Kids: the Top 100 Social Rules Kids Need to Succeed. Susan
Diamond, $20.95 (ages 7-14)
Social Skills Comics for Teens: Real Teens Show How to Behave in Real Social
Situations. Elizabeth Bennett, $33.95
Social Skills, Emotional Growth and Drama Therapy: Inspiring Connection on
the Autism Spectrum. Lee Chasen, $34.95
Social Skills Intervention Manual. Samm House, Editor, $33.50
The Social Skills Picture Book for High School and Beyond. Jed Baker, $42.50
CDROM,$32.95
The Social Skills Picture Book: Teaching Play, Emotion, and Communication to
Children with Autism. Jed Baker, $42.95; Social Skills Picture Book. Jed Baker,
CD-ROM, $32.95
Social Skills Solutions: a Hands-On Manual for Teaching Social Skills to Children
with Autism. Kelly McKinnon & Janis Krempa, $32.95
Social Skills Success for Students with Autism/Asperger's, Grades 6-12. Fred
Frankel & Jeffrey Wood, $35.95
Social Skills Training for Children with Asperger Syndrome and HighFunctioning Autism. Susan Williams White, $30.95
Social Skills Training and Frustration Management: DVD. Jed Baker, $109.95
DVD format, 4.5 hours
The Social Success Workbook for Teens: Skill-Building Activities for Teens with
Nonverbal Learning Disorder, Aspergers Disorder & Other Social-Skill
Problems. Barbara Cooper & Nancy Widdows, $16.95; Professional version
(with CD-ROM) $37.95
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Social Thinking at Work: Why Should I Care? Michelle Garcia Winner & Pamela
Crooke, $23.95
Social Thinking Worksheets for Tweens and Teens: Learning to Read in
Between the Social Lines. Michelle Garcia Winner, $35.95
Socially ADDept: Teaching Social Skills to Children with ADHD, LD and
Asperger's. Janet Giler, $35.95 (ages 8-13)
The Socially Included Child: a Parents Guide to Successful Playdates,
Recreation and Family Events for Children with Autism. Laurie LeComer,
$17.50
The Space Place We Have Lift Off! Catalyst Video Ltd., $65.95
Space Travelers: an Interactive Program for Developing Social Understanding,
Social Competence and Social Skills for Students with Asperger Syndrome,
Autism and Other Social Cognitive Challenges, Space Guide Manual. M.A.
Carter & J. Santomauro, $32.95 Student Manual, $12.95
Staying in the Game: Providing Social Opportunities for Children and
Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders and Other Developmental
Disabilities. James Loomis, $16.95
Sticker Strategies: Practical Strategies to Encourage Social Thinking and
Organization, 2nd Edition. Michelle Garcia Winner, $26.95
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Talkabout for Children: Developing Self Awareness and Self Esteem. Alex Kelly,
$70.95
Talking Together: Classroom Behavior & On the School Bus. Natural Learning
Concepts, $10.95
Talking Together: Dealing with Bullies & Stranger Danger. Natural Learning
Concepts, $10.95
Talking Together: Making Mistakes & Making Responsible Choices. Natural
Learning Concepts, $10.95
Talking Together: Social Rules & Having a Conversation. Natural Learning
Concepts, $10.95
Talking Together: Sometimes I Have to Wait & When to Say Thanks. Natural
Learning Concepts, $10.95
Talking Together: Talking on the Telephone. Natural Learning Concepts,
$10.95
Teaching Children with Autism to Mind-Read: a Practical Guide. Patricia Howlin
et al, $76.99
Teaching Social Communication to Children with Autism: a Practitioner's Guide
to Parent Training. Brooke Ingersoll & Anna Dvortcsak, $86.95 (includes copy
of the Manual for Parents)
Teaching Social Communication to Children with Autism: a Manual for Parents.
Brooke Ingersoll & Anna Dvortcsak, $24.50
Teaching Perspective-Taking Skills to Children with Autism Spectrum
Disorders. Lynn Cohen Brennan, $47.95
Thinking about YOU, Thinking about ME: Teaching Perspective Taking and
Social Thinking to Persons with Social Cognitive Learning Challenges, 2nd
Edition. Michelle Garcia Winner, $53.95
Trainman: Gaining Acceptance and Friends through Special Interests. Stefan
& Barbara kavan, illustrated by Michaelin Otis, $18.95 (includes a foreword
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and teaching ideas by Kari Dunn Buron)


Understanding Emotions. $15.95 (Laminated Ring Sets - size 3"x3.5")
Unwritten Rules of Social Relationships: Decoding Social Mysteries through
the Unique Perspectives of Autism. Temple Grandin & Sean Barron, $26.95
Using Intensive Interaction with a Person with a Social or Communicative
Impairment. Graham Firth & Mark Barber, $22.95
We Can Make It Better. Elizabeth Delsandro, $28.95
What Does It Mean to Me? 24 Hidden Rules Worksheets to Help Children with
Aspergers Syndrome Learn Social Skills. Michael Canavan, $32.95
What is Friendship? Games and Activities to Help Children to Understand
Friendship. Pamela Day, $31.95
What's That Look on Your Face? All About Faces and Feelings. Catherine
Snodgrass, $19.95 (Gr. 2-5)
What is a Thought? A Thought is a Lot! Amy Kahofer & Jack Pranksy, $22.50
Grades K-5
Whole Body Listening Larry at Home. Kristen Wilson & Elizabeth Sautter,
$18.95
Whole Body Listening Larry at School. Kristen Wilson & Elizabeth Sautter,
$19.50
You Are a Social Detective: Explaining Social Thinking to Kids. Michelle Garcia
Winner & Pamela Crooke, Illustrated by Kelly Knopp, $22.50
You Are a Social Detective! Interactive CD. Social Skill Builder & Social Thinking
Publishing, $97.95 (ages 7 to 12, Mac/PC compatible)
The You & Me Social Skills Board Game. ChildsWork ChildsPlay, $61.95 (ages
4-12)
The You & Me Workbook: a Book That Teaches Social Skills and Social
Awareness. Lisa Schab, $33.95
The ZONES of Regulation: a Curriculum Designed to Foster Self-Regulation
and Emotional Control. Leah Kuypers, $46.95 (preschool through high
school)
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Lifeskills
Adam's Alternative Sports Day. Jude Welton, $22.95
An Asperger Dictionary of Everyday Expressions, 2nd edition. Ian StuartHamilton, $27.95
Aspergers in Love. Maxine Aston, $26.95
Asperger Syndrome: Transition to College and Work. Coulter Video, $44.95
DVD format, 57 minutes
Communication: What Does It Mean to Me? Catherine Faherty, $21.95
Crafting Connections. Mitchell Taubman, Ron Leaf & John McEachin, $44.95
Developing Talents: Careers for Individuals with Asperger Syndrome and
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High-Functioning Autism, Revised Edition. Temple Grandin & Kate Duffy,


$22.95
From Isolation to Intimacy: Making Friends without Words. Phoebe Caldwell,
$22.95
How to Start a Conversation and Make Friends. Don Gabor, $16.00
How to Teach Life Skills to Kids with Autism or Asperger's. Jennifer McIlwee
Myers, $21.50
Managing with Asperger Syndrome. Malcolm Johnson, $24.95
My Book Full of FeelingsHow to Control and React to the Size of Your
Emotions: an Interactive Workbook for Parents, Professionals & Children.
Amy Jaffe & Luci Gardner, $29.50
The Other Half of Asperger Syndrome: a Guide to Living in an Intimate
Relationship with a Partner Who Has Asperger Syndrome. Maxine Aston,
$11.95
Personal Hygiene? Whats That Got to Do with Me? Pat Crissey, $22.95
Preparing for Life: the Complete Guide for Transitioning to Adulthood for
those with Autism and Aspergers Syndrome. Jed Baker, $37.50
Taking Care of Myself: a Hygiene, Puberty and Personal Curriculum for Young
People with Autism. Mary Wrobel, $26.50
The One and Only Sam. Aileen Stalker, $18.95
What Did You Say? What Do You Mean: an Illustrated Guide to Understanding
Metaphors. Jude Welton & Jane Telford, $22.95 (10 - up)
What Did You Say? What Do You Mean? 120 Illustrated Metaphor Cards Plus
Booklet with Information, Ideas and Instructions. Jude Welton & Jane Telford,
$40.95
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