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An introduction to supporting people with autistic spectrum conditions
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An introduction to supporting people with autistic spectrum conditions

  • Sue Hatton - British Institute of Learning Disabilities author
  • Tom Boughton - British Institute of Learning Disabilities author

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Autism

October 2011 | 80 pages | Learning Matters
If you work with people with autistic spectrum condition and are studying for a health and social care qualification, or you want the right information to help your personal development, then An introduction to supporting people with autistic spectrum conditions is for you.

This book puts the person with autism at the centre of the support you give. It uses real life stories, activities and thinking points to cover all of the learning outcomes and is full of practical examples of how to apply the ideas to the support you provide.

 
Introduction
 
Understanding autism
 
Understanding the behaviours of some people with autistic spectrum conditions
 
Communicating effectively with a person with autistic spectrum conditions
 
Person centred support for people with autistic spectrum conditions
 
Glossary
 
Index

An understanding a very complex needs of people living with autism is paramount when working with them on minimising the risk. Highly reccomended book for all.

Mr DANIEL OPILA
Faculty of Media, Arts & Society, Southampton Solent University
December 27, 2013

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Sue Hatton

Sue Hatton is a teacher by training and worked in schools and then two further education colleges. In the last sixteen years Sue has worked for an autism specific charity as their learning and development manager and now works as an autism advisor for a national company that runs specialist education and health and social care services. More About Author

Tom Boughton

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ISBN: 9780857257017
£13.99