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Engaging Autism

Author : Stanley I. Greenspan
ISBN : 9780738211374
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Grateful parents and professionals worldwide have welcomed this essential guide to the highly recommended Floortime approach for treating children with any of the autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Now available in paperback, Engaging Autism includes new, exciting information on neuroscience research into the effects of this approach, plus guidance for parents navigating the controversies surrounding the treatment of autism. Unlike approaches that focus on changing specific behavior, Greenspan’s program promotes the building blocks of healthy emotional and behavioral development. He shows that, remarkably, children with ASD do not have a fixed, limited potential, and may often join their peers to lead full, psychologically healthy lives. The Floortime approach can also be applied at any age--including early infancy, when the first signs of risk for ASD may appear--so that preventing the full development of autism becomes a real possibility.

Floortime Strategies

Author : Andrea Lee Davis
ISBN : 1598577344
Genre : Education
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A step-by-step guide for parents to LEARN and professionals to TEACH the DIRFloortime(R) model of helping young people with social, emotional, and cognitive challenges.

Floortime Strategies To Promote Development In Children And Teens

Author : Andrea Lee Davis
ISBN : 1598578219
Genre : POLITICAL SCIENCE
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Floor Time

Author : Liz Crowe
ISBN : 0956966977
Genre : Real estate agents
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Jack Gordon is Ann Arbor's most delectable bachelor. At age thirty-five, he's made millions as a top-selling Ann Arbor real estate broker and has the right connections to close a deal by any means necessary. With his rugged good looks and compelling personality, he has a virtual black book most men would kill for and he uses it often, never settling for one woman for very long. Sara Thornton, a rookie in the real estate game, has fast-tracked herself to the top of the Ann Arbor market. Her life reflects a disciplined and focused routine, exactly the way she wants it. The one thing she knows for sure, she will not join the Jack Gordon groupies in her company, no matter how tempting that might seem. -- from back cover.

Autism The Potential Within The Play Project Approach To Helping Young Children With Autism

Author : Richard Solomon, MD
ISBN : 9781483448275
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Every parent wants to discover the potential within his or her child. For parents of children with autism, The PLAY Project can help. Autism: The Potential Within describes the journey of Jacob Grant – a composite of all young children with autism – and his family as they learn The PLAY Project approach. The book follows Jacob along the path from early diagnosis until entry into kindergarten. Through a series of office visits, “Dr. Rick” empowers Jim and Julie Grant to be Jacob’s best play partners. He also guides them on how to use Jacob’s misbehavior – tantrums in public, sibling rivalry, picky eating and sleep problems – to help him learn appropriate behavior and social skills. Over time, Jacob moves from nonverbal to constantly talking, and from self-isolation to being warmly connected. Based on scientific research and decades of practice, this guide provides parents and professionals with a new way of working and interacting with young children with autism.

The Effects Of Floor Time On Communication Interaction Behaviors Between Typically Developing Preschoolers And Preschoolers With Autism

Author : Nichole Lynn Cannon
ISBN : OCLC:67710546
Genre : Autistic children
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It is important for children with autism to form social relationships among peers to prevent social isolation and to experience the benefits of developing social contacts. The current study trains preschool peers how to interact with their peers with autism through the use of floor time. Floor time is an educational model adopted by Stanley Greenspan. The purpose of the study was to determine a.) Can typical preschoolers implement the steps of floor time with their peers with autism and b.) Do peers with autism demonstrate an increase in their communication interaction with their typical peers when the steps of floor time are implemented? The current study had four participants, two typical preschoolers and two preschoolers with autism. Results indicated that typical preschoolers can learn to implement the steps of floor time with their peers with autism. The study also showed children with autism exhibit increases in communication behaviors.

Visual Spatial Portals To Thinking Feeling And Movement

Author : Serena Wieder
ISBN : 0578111284
Genre : Autistic children
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Clinical psychologist Serena Wieder Ph.D. redefines the building blocks of development and the challenges that derail a child's functioning and learning. For Wieder, vision and space -- what is seen by the eyes, transformed by the mind and experienced as movement, plays a crucial but heretofore underestimated crucial role in the development of a child's thoughts and feelings. Co-author Harry Wachs, O.D., a pioneer of developmental vision therapy, offers therapy focused on visual/spatial aspects of development supporting cognition. Based on decades of experience, Wieder and Wachs guide therapists and parents in interventions for use at home, school and therapy offices involving affect based Floortime approaches and other problem-solving experiences, addressing unrecognized challenges that often derail life competencies, learning and development. A new step-by-step Manual presents tools to develop visual/spatial learning. This groundbreaking book changes the way parents and therapists understand child development and work to promote each child's potential in meaningful ways.

Innovations

Author : Kay M. Albrecht
ISBN : 0876592132
Genre : Education
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Responding to childrens interests is at the heart of emergent curriculum and central to the Innovations series. Each book includes these critical components: Applying child development theory to everyday experiences Using assessment and observation to meet individual developmental needs of infants Using the physical environment as a learning tool Developing a partner relationship with parents Fostering an interactive climate in the classroom Educating parents

Infant Toddler Development

Author : Kay M. Albrecht
ISBN : 0876592590
Genre : Education
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Focusing on the development of children from birth to age three, Innovations: Infant and Toddler Development provides an in-depth guide to the underlying ages and stages and addresses child development and learning, curriculum development and implementation, family and community relationships, assessment, and professionalism. Connecting theory to best practices helps students come to know, understand, and use theoretical information directly in their infant and toddler classrooms.

Innovations

Author : Kay M. Albrecht
ISBN : 0876592140
Genre : Education
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Responding to childrens interests is at the heart of emergent curriculum and central to the Innovations series. Each book includes these critical components: -Applying child development theory to everyday experiences -Using assessment and observation to meet individual developmental needs of toddlers -Using the physical environment as a learning tool -Developing a partner relationship with parents -Fostering an interactive climate in the classroom -Educating parents

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