Education > Bestselling Interventions > PITRW for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders: High Functioning Autism

PITRW for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders: High Functioning Autism

For this product

Cover

Key information

Intervention strategies to support students with high-functioning Autism Spectrum Disorders. Aligned with the new DSM-5 criteria.

Author(s):

Gail Ryser,

Kathleen McConnell

Publication Year:

2013

Age Range:

4 years to 18 years

Qualification Code:

UNAS

Read the full product description

Aligned with the new DSM-5 criteria, Practical Ideas That Really Work for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders: High-Functioning Autism is an effective resource for those who work with students with high-functioning ASD. 

-----

Schools Autism Awareness Week 2016 (w/c March 14) - special offer

To celebrate Schools Autism Awareness Week, we're offering a 10% discount on this intervention. Simply quote ZASAAW16 when you order online or over the phone. Offer expires March 31, 2016.

See prices >

-----

Key components include:

  • Evaluation Form—a criterion-referenced scale to identify student’s needs, evaluate specific skills and deficits related to ASD, write an intervention plan, and monitor progress
  • 34 research-based ideas—practical and easy-to-use addressing social communication and interaction, fixated interests and repetitive behaviours, and executive functioning skills
  • Each idea includes a one-page explanation, helpful strategies and tips for implementation, and reproducible masters.
  • Idea Matrix – a systematic way to link identified student needs to the ideas and strategies to address them
  • A CD-ROM with the reproducible Evaluation Form and student materials  
 

Price list

Other

163 page softcover manual and CD ROM
ISBN: 9781416405788
£42.50
£51.00 inc VAT
Available

Change the quantities of your desired products, then click "Add to basket".
If your required component is not listed, please contact Customer Services on: info@pearsonclinical.co.uk or 0845 630 88 88 (Calls cost 3p per minute plus your phone company's access charge).

What do you think?