Table of contents for Helping children with autism learn : treatment approaches for parents and professionals / Bryna Siegel.
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The Fundamentals of Autistic Learning Styles
1. Understanding the Origins of Autism and Its Meaning for Development
2. When Atypical Development and Typical Development Cross Paths
3. Autistic Learning Disabilities Defined: How Strengths Compensate for Weaknesses and Form Autism
Autistic Learning Disabilities and Autistic Learning Styles: What Makes the World of the Autistic Child Different?
4. Social Autistic Learning Disabilities: Description and Treatment
5. Autistic Learning Disabilities of Communication
6. Autistic Learning Disabilities of Communication: Treatments for the Pre-Verbal and Non-Verbal Child
7. Autistic Learning Disabilities of Communication: Treatments for the Verbal Child
8. Autistic Learning Disabilities in Relating to the World of Objects: Description and Treatment
9. Autistic Learning Disabilities and the Skills of Daily Living
Methods of Teaching Children with Autism: How They Address Autistic Learning Disabilities and Autistic Learning Styles
10. Applied Behavior Analysis and Discrete Trial Training: Separating Methods from Curriculum
11. The TEACCH Curriculum
12. Mainstreaming that Works: Too Accommodating or Really Including?
13. Model Programs and Exemplary Classes: What Can We Learn?
14. Putting the 'I' Back in IEP: Creating Individualized, Meaningful Learning Experiences
Further Readings for Teachers, Parents, and Professionals
Appendix A: Autistic Learning Disabilities Inventory
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Autistic children -- Education.
Learning disabilities -- Treatment.
Communicative disorders in children -- Treatment.