Recognizing and Addressing Autism Spectrum Disorders in Toddlers: A Comprehensive Guide for Teachers and Parents of Young Children with Sensory Proces by Souviron-Kehoe, Michelle a.

Recognizing and Addressing Autism Spectrum Disorders in Toddlers: A Comprehensive Guide for Teachers and Parents of Young Children with Sensory Proces

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I am putting the bulk of the information contained in this guidebook in checklist, chart, and reproducible, fill-in-the blank form so that they can be copied and consumed as needed. Many other informational pamphlets are written in narrative form, such as chapters and paragraphs, which is not conducive to being able to use and consume information in daily life situations. I had always wanted a comprehensive handy guidebook of reference-type information and consumable charts and forms but was never able to find one. So I have taken the opportunity to compile such a guidebook. This handbook will give you assistance and general information regarding itinerant home and community special education at the early intervention level. I've included a section of common occurrences and situations and lists of community services, resources, related programs, and phone/contact information. Anyone who is involved with a child with ASD-whether as teacher, therapist, parent, or other family member-can benefit from this guide, and you are welcome to copy and use all templates provided as needed.

Author: Michelle a. Souviron-Kehoe
Publisher: Xlibris Us
Published: 04/06/2019
Pages: 170
Binding Type: Hardcover
Weight: 0.90lbs
Size: 9.02h x 5.98w x 0.56d
ISBN13: 9781796025620
ISBN10: 1796025623
BISAC Categories:
- Family & Relationships | Autism Spectrum Disorders

About the Author
Michelle Kehoe is a special education teacher who works with young children age birth to three years for the early intervention program in New York state. She is fluent in English and Spanish. She has twenty-two years of experience working with toddlers and their families primarily in their homes or day care. She holds a master's degree in special education with bilingual certification (1993) and a master's degree in educational psychology (1997). Mrs. Kehoe began receiving students with signs and characteristics of autism early in her teaching career, and the numbers increased rapidly. Having always longed for a guidebook for teachers and parents of pre- and newly diagnosed children with autism, she has compiled and shared her knowledge and experience here in this book. It is with the intent that parents and teachers will read, use, and share the book's contents to the degree that they need in helping their child.

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