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How children with autism spectrum disorders aged 7-14 can establish common interests to facilitate interactive play

Table of Contents

Introduction
1. Jeff, the dragons in his head and the kids at school
2. Sara and the day that keeps changing
3. Ana, her screens and her family
4. Rob and the mystery of what his family likes
5. Jon and the visitor
6. Alan and growing up so fast
7. When hanging out and playing is hard
8. Help 32 people to play and hang out!
9. More learning activities, games and worksheets

About the Author

Joel Shaul is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who specializes in ASDs. Through his organization, Autism Teaching Strategies, he provides workshops on social skills teaching and mental health treatment methods. He is the author of five other children's books published by Jessica Kingsley Publishers including The Conversation Train.

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Joel Shaul's latest book provides an innovative, visual and hands-on approach to target tangible social and emotional learning skills across the child's day and throughout their different environments. -- Lauren Brukner, Occupational Therapist, and author of The Awesome and In Control Series
Joel has captured what has been missing for our students in need of figuring out the mystery of social skills! He uses exceptional visuals that make the social experience clear, practical and comprehensive. The product somehow includes everything a parent or educator would want to help a child on the spectrum with understanding and participating in social interactions! -- Carla Butorac, special education consultant, speaker and author from behaviorcommunicates.com

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