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Skillstreaming Children and Youth with High-Functioning Autism | Skill Posters (Set of 80 Posters)
McGinnis, Ellen and Richard L. Simpson
Research Press / Poster / 2016-07-01 / 0878227059
Infant, Child & Adolescent
price: $119.95 (may be subject to change)
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A set of 80 posters (12×18") displaying the behavioral steps in each of the skills in the Skillstreaming Children and Youth with High-Functioning Autism program.

List of Skills:

Group I: Relationship Skills

Beginning Relationship Skills

Listening Without Interrupting
Greeting Others
Responding to a Greeting
Asking a Question About the Topic
Staying on Topic
Responding to Questions
Taking Turns
Complimenting Others
Helping Others
Encouraging Others
Cooperating with Others
Sharing
Asking a Favor

Advanced Relationship Skills

Starting a Conversation
Continuing a Conversation
When to Introduce a New Topic
Accepting a Topic Change
Ending a Conversation
Responding to Offers to Join In
Asking to Join In
Communicating Preferences
Accepting Another’s Opinion

Group II: Social Comprehension

Reading Others
Reading the Environment
Using a Friendly Voice
Using a Respectful Voice
Giving Information Nonverbally
Attending to a Model
Respecting Another’s Boundaries
Showing Interest in Others
Understanding Differences
Taking Another’s Perspective

Group III: Self-Regulation

Regulating Your Attention
Recognizing Anxiety
Deciding What Causes Your Anxiety
Dealing with Anxiety
Checking Your Voice and Interests
No Means No
Using Self-Control
Dealing with Change
Dealing with Boredom
Responding to Authority
Checking Your Behavior
Affirming Yourself

Group IV: Problem Solving

Determining Private Information
Understanding Rules of Swearing
Understanding Rules of Touch
Planning for Stressful Situations
Defining a Problem
Considering Alternatives
Choosing an Alternative
When to Change Strategies
When a Rule Doesn’t Work
Giving Feedback
Seeking Attention
Accepting Attention
Making a Complaint
When You Don’t Understand

Group V: Understanding Emotions

Knowing Your Feelings
Feeling Different
Expressing Your Feelings
Calming Your Feelings
Showing Affection
Recognizing Another’s Feelings
Showing Concern for Another
Understanding Another’s Intentions
Dealing with Another’s Anger

Group VI: School-Related Skills

Asking for Help
Ignoring Distractions
Contributing to Discussions
Taking a Break
Setting a Goal
Completing Assignments
Following Adult Directions
Asking for Information
Organizing Materials
Making Corrections
Preparing for Class
Dealing with Transitions
Interrupting

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