An After-School Workbook for First and Second Graders with Autism by Dawn Adams

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"Unfortunately, Adams doesn’t provide much information on why the specific activities have been chosen. Only a few of the tasks seem specially designed for autistic children and one wonders why Adams devotes time, for example, to sign language or swimming."
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The current educational system often serves autistic children poorly, but parents can help by taking charge and contributing to their autistic children’s education at home.



Written by the mother of an autistic son and including their personal story, this workbook gives direction to parents seeking to augment the education their children are receiving at school. The knowledge presented here has been gained through personal experiences, seminars, and communicating with hundreds of other parents of special-needs children. This text provides activities aimed specifically at first and second graders with autism and also outlines numerous tips for their parents in terms of working with both children and their teachers.



Practical and straightforward, this aid for parents of autistic children offers general guidance and specific exercises intended for first and second graders with autism.

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About Dawn Adams

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Published December 11, 2015 by iUniverse.
Genres: Parenting & Relationships.
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on Mar 07 2016

"Unfortunately, Adams doesn’t provide much information on why the specific activities have been chosen. Only a few of the tasks seem specially designed for autistic children and one wonders why Adams devotes time, for example, to sign language or swimming."

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