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Inside Out - What makes a person with social-cognitive deficits tick?
by Michelle Garcia Winner

For most people communicating effectively is easy they have no problem in making themselves understood by others but for those with Autistic Spectrum Disorders this does not come naturally and needs to be taught.

Through this book the author offers ways to help to teach these things and to help the students to identify and overcome such problems which can then enable them to gain the skills needed to take part in activities and conversations and to understand things from others points of view and understand some of the humour which is used by people on a daily basis which they have not understood before.

The author breaks down these skills into manageable chunks so that these students can learn how to fit easier into the society in which they live and work and offers advice on how to teach these important skills.

A great book for all those who live and work with children and young people with these disorders who want to help them to reach their full potential.

Sarah-Jayne Bass (formerly Caroline Hensby) - adders.org


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