Paperback: £27.50 / $43.95
2007, 279.4mm x 216mm / 11in x 8.5in, 144pp
ISBN: 978-1-84310-561-9, BIC 2: JFFG JNS VFJD
'This book would be a very useful resource in any learning situation where 1: 1 support is available - in school, college, or at home. The concept is simple and very clearly explained, making it accessible to all staff and parents.'
'This book is likely to be of interest to teachers, support workers and therapists working with young people (secondary aged and above) with autism spectrum disorder in education or community settings. This would be a good resource for settings working with this client group and speech and language therapy departments may wish to have a reference copy.'
- Speech & Language Therapy in Practice
'In this practical, effective resource, the authors use tried and tested techniques for creating and using a personal planner to help individuals on the spectrum to develop independence.'
- Autism Us
'A photocopiable workbook designed to give practical support in domestic, educational or community settings.'
- Current Awareness Service
'All in all it's an excellent resource that can be applied not to just children and young people in the autism spectrum. It's a refreshingly bright learning resource that many children will enjoy using, ultimately promoting self confidence and learning.'
- The Encephalitis Society
'Planning to Learn is aimed at pupils on the autistic spectrum who would benefit from help with organisation and planning. This book would help pupils to arrange their timetable on a daily basis, cope with change during the school day, and give them life skills for the future.'
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