Students with autism are often brilliant but struggle to get and keep jobs due to social skill deficits and splinter skills. This book will help students start thinking socially through intentional social skill lessons based on evidence-based practice including peer based instruction and intervention. Using peers to teach social skills is an easy way to shift the culture and climate of your entire school building and even district.
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Written by Jennifer Schmidt M.Ed. and Megan Barrett M.Ed.
Foreword by Brenda Smith Myles
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