1001 Great Ideas for Teaching and Raising Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Lifesaver for Parents and Professionals Who Interact Children with Autism and Asperger's Syndrome

1001 Great Ideas for Teaching and Raising Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Lifesaver for Parents and Professionals Who Interact Children with Autism and Asperger's Syndrome

Ellen Notbohm Veronica Zysk / Dec 15, 2019

Great Ideas for Teaching and Raising Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders A Lifesaver for Parents and Professionals Who Interact Children with Autism and Asperger s Syndrome In a snappy can do format Great Ideas for Teaching and Raising Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders offers page after page of try it now solutions that have worked for thousands of children

  • Title: 1001 Great Ideas for Teaching and Raising Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Lifesaver for Parents and Professionals Who Interact Children with Autism and Asperger's Syndrome
  • Author: Ellen Notbohm Veronica Zysk
  • ISBN: 9781932565195
  • Page: 373
  • Format: Paperback
  • In a snappy, can do format, 1001 Great Ideas for Teaching and Raising Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders offers page after page of try it now solutions that have worked for thousands of children grappling with social, sensory, behavioral, and self care issues, plus many .

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    About "Ellen Notbohm Veronica Zysk"

      • Ellen Notbohm Veronica Zysk

        An internationally renowned author, Ellen Notbohm s work has informed and delighted millions in than twenty languages In addition to her award winning books on autism, her articles and columns on such diverse subjects as history, genealogy, baseball, writing and community affairs have appeared in major publications and captured audiences on every continent Ellen is an avid genealogist, knitter, beachcomber, and thrift store hound who has never knowingly walked by a used bookstore without going in and dropping coin.


    804 Comments

    1. My son was diagnosed with high-functioning autism (HFA) earlier this year. We knew there were things about him that were different, but we didn't realize how much we were going to have to change our parenting and expectations. Shortly after my son's diagnosis, my mom and I found this book almost by accident. We flipped to a random page and there was a recommendation for one of many issues my son struggles with. We took it as a sign, and I bought the book.This book was an excellent reference, and [...]


    2. I think everyone should read this book so that they can understand the struggles that parents and children face. It has great ideas for teaching children with these conditions but a lot of the tips apply to people who deal with a child who has ADD or ADHD or just doesn't have the desire to learn. It's a big book but it doesn't take as long to read it as you would think.


    3. A useful reference book for parents of children on the autism spectrum, or for those who work with children on the spectrum. The main chapters cover: Sensory Integration, Communication and Language, Behavior, Daily Living, Thinking Social Being Social, Teachers and Learners. There is also 29 page Index at the back of the book, with entries for everything from Toileting and Toilets, Nonverbal Communication, Nonverbal Prompts, Accommodations, Anger, Anxiety, Behavior, Changes, Comprehension, Emoti [...]


    4. Excellent book. Delivers exactly what promises, a thousand ideas and strategies to care for, teach and help children with autism. And it does a wonderful job at covering both the parental area as the academic one, so whether you are a lost parent looking for guidance or a desperate teacher in need of education on the subject, this book will be a life saver, and an extremely well documented point of reference to which you will find yourself coming back to more often than not.


    5. I read this when I worked with young children with ASDs. I recommended it to many parents because it was easy to understand and had practical techniques for anyone who educates, lives with, or works with ASD.


    6. An enormous number of practical ideas for you to use with your autistic child. I was so amazed by their simplicity and efficiency, and I found the part related to the child's sensory experiences the most attracting.



    7. كتاب مفيد وعملي، يحوي الكثير من الأفكار المفيدة والعملية التي يمكن تطبيقها في المنزل أو في المدرسة.


    8. Amazing book! I plan to purchase a copy soon to keep on hand. Everyone with a child on the autism spectrum in their life should have this book handy!


    9. It was alright. I like Ellen Notbohm's smaller book (2005) much more so than this one that she compiled with Veronica Zysk. I found this a bit overwhelming and unrealistic at times, when thinking about the suggestions provided.



    10. Good comprehensive collection of ideas well-suited to teachers, teachers' aides, and parents new to an autism diagnosis.Seasoned parents skimming through will find some useful tips too. Pages 76-78 contain a list of recommended wordless picture books.There was one red flag for me on page 63 - "Don't let [the child] get away with substituting random thoughts for comprehensible conversation, at any age". At a very young age, babbling randomly is the way most children learn to talk, and they certai [...]


    11. I thought the first five chapters were excellent and offered some very practical, immediately useable ideas for parents and teachers. Chapter 6 was problematic in that some of the advice given to parents would lend itself to team difficulties and four hour long IEP meetings. Also, the information was extremely disorganized in that last chapter. Overall, however, I would recommend this to anyone teaching or raising a child with autism, especially if they are new to autism.


    12. A lot of it didn't pertain to my son, because he's not in school yet, but it had a lot of wonderful ideas - it's mostly good parenting skills - ideas for activities for your child - and tips for getting the most out of the educational process.


    13. This book is generally easy to glance through -- I was able to quickly determine which ideas would likely help me with my Aspergian son. Even though there were only two ideas that applied to me, it was helpful all the same.


    14. This is a great book for parents but there are no real examples of lesson planning for teachers who work with autistic students. I was looking for that. Good book though. I found a couple of ideas to use in the classroom.


    15. Some good ideas, presented in a very accessible way. I got several ideas for my son but wish I had found this book when he was younger as many of the ideas do pertain to preschoolers. I will be taking some of the ideas to my son's teacher, as well. Definitely worth the read.


    16. I can't claim that I've read every word, but I have liked what I did read. I would like to purchase this book as a reference, which is essentially what this book is. Lots of ideas, tips and explanations that really are useful.


    17. Yes, it has 1001 good ideas for helping your child with ASD. And while you're reading them, you pick up tons of information about what their minds and lives are like. The ideas or for everyone, but I think the information is so basic it's mostly for newbies.


    18. This book wasn't very helpful for the high-functioning Asperger's u deal with daily. It seemed more geared toward younger kids too.


    19. As a teacher, this book helped prepare me for my first ASD inclusion student. Many of the considerations and activities will be great for my whole class. Good book to glean from!


    20. This may be helpful for some families with a child diagnosed with Autism. There are some decent specific strategies although I think some of it may be outdated.



    21. My 9yr old is higher functioning & too old for many of the ideas in this book but I did come across some great friendship techniques that we will try.







    22. Having two children with ASD. I found this book interesting and helpful. Everyone should read it and get to understand ASD children. Not all children are misbehaving


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