Plan A is for Autism Using the Affects Model to Promote Positive Behaviour by Caroline Smith
  

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Plan A is for Autism Using the Affects Model to Promote Positive Behaviour by Caroline Smith

This text provides an original multi-element approach leading to planned individual interventions. Drawn from the author's extensive knowledge of autism it enables those living and working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) to jointly plan for change. This resource will: provide an overview of the behaviours of children with autism explore the underlying reasons why children with autism act and react as they do consider quite carefully who is impacted by the behaviour of the child with autism with what outcomes for emotional well-being explore how to make a difference in the shorter term by using the Keep It Simple (KIP) model help you to implement a unique and individual intervention plan for the child with autism using the AFFECTS plan

About the Author

Caroline Smith is an independent specialist educational psychologist with extensive experience of working in the field of autism. Having formerly been a Principal Educational Psychologist working in local authority settings, Caroline has worked closely with the parents and teachers of pre-school and school-aged children attending mainstream and special schools.

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Format

Spiral bound
178 pages

Author

Caroline Smith
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Publisher

Speechmark Publishing Ltd
www.speechmark.net

Publication date

20th February 2015

ISBN

9781909301412


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