Inclusive Programming for Elementary Students with Autism
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©1999. By Sheila Wagner, M.Ed. Inclusion provides access to adaptive role models for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and, with the proper supports, provides them with opportunities for meaningful social interactions with peers. This book is based on the Emory Autism Resource Center (EARC) model, which was created to conduct research with school-age students with ASD in inclusive settings. Teachers and other educators will benefit from the information contained here, and chapters include: inclusion philosophy; assessments; social skill lessons; behavioral issues; teaching strategies; and transition planning. The book includes helpful forms, checklists, and activity pages, and it is a valuable resource for elementary school teachers and educators who are considering an inclusion program for students with ASD. (Softcover; 157 pages.)
-Winner of the Autism Society of America's 2001 "Book of the Year" Award.
©2007-2008. Autism Society of North Carolina.