By Amanda Webster, Joy Cumming, Susannah Rowland
This publication offers a global research-based framework that has empowered mom and dad of youngsters with autism spectrum sickness (ASD) to develop into severe choice makers to actively advisor their child’s studying and self-advocacy. mom and dad can use this framework to spot their child’s imaginative and prescient and desires, and to paintings with educators and repair companies to set up particular studying ambitions and to enforce powerful interventions and courses that permit their baby to accomplish these objectives and recognize their imaginative and prescient for the future.
The booklet starts via reviewing on hand study on evidence-based perform for kids with ASD and outlining the Cycle of studying decision-making framework for fogeys and pros. during the rest of the booklet, case reports are offered to demonstrate the ways that varied mom and dad have effectively utilised this framework to improve powerful plans for his or her baby and to recommend for studying and teaching programs for either their baby and different kids with ASD at school and group settings. additionally, it highlights concrete examples of ways mom and dad have used the framework to empower their kids with ASD to strengthen their self-awareness and self-determination, and so one can self-advocate as they go through early life and into grownup life.
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