FRIEND® Program for Creating Supportive Peer Networks for Students with Social Challenges, including Autism - 
      Holly Sokol
    
      Sheri S. Dollin
    
      Sharman Ober-Reynolds
    
      Christopher J. Smith
    
      Lori Vincent

FRIEND® Program for Creating Supportive Peer Networks for Students with Social Challenges, including Autism

; Sheri S. Dollin ; Sharman Ober-Reynolds ; Christopher J. Smith ; Lori Vincent

«FRIEND® strategies can make a world of difference for the isolated child. This book will be of great help to parents, teachers, and others who would like to help children socialize and support one another. A great asset to anyone who works with children with social challenges.»

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Structured program for educators to help school-aged children with social challenges
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Forlag: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 224
ISBN: 9781785926273
Format: 23 x 15 cm
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VURDERING
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1. Introduction
2. The Benefits of FRIENDS
3. Implementation Strategies
4. Data Drives FRIEND
5. Peer Sensitivity Program
6. FRIEND Lunch Program
7. FRIEND Playground Program
8. Strategies for Parents
9. Conclusion

Appendix I: Introductory Documents
Appendix II: Planning Tools
Appendix III: Social Functioning Interviews
Appendix IV: Super Skills Profile of Social Difficulty
Appendix V: Observation Recording Form
Appendix VI: Tip Sheets
Appendix VII: Implementation Checklists
Appendix VIII:FRIEND Activity Guide
Sharman Ober-Reynolds, MSN, FNP is Senior Research Coordinator at Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center in Phoenix, AZ. She is also the founder of the FRIEND program, which she has been using and refining for over 18 years.

Christopher J. Smith, Ph.D. is the Vice President and Director of Research at Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center. He has a wealth of professional experience in psychiatric disorders, and ASD in particular.

Lori Vincent, Ph.D., BCBA-D is a licensed psychologist in the Division of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. Her work focuses on evidence-based interventions for children with ASD and other developmental disabilities.

Holly Sokol, M. ED has worked for the last nine years as a special education teacher in settings ranging from self-contained classrooms to her current resource room setting at Legacy Traditional Schools.

Sheri S. Dollin, M.Ed. is an Early Childhood Educator with decades of experience supporting individuals with autism. Sheri played a key role at Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center in building programs, leading innovative projects and growing the organization's footprint.