Description - Interactive Play for Children with Autism by Diana Seach
Approximately one in one hundred children in the UK have some sort of autism-related learning disability. Playtime has a therapeutic role in helping them to develop language and communication skills. Written by one of the country's leading authorities in this field of work, Diana Seach introduces the value of play in the social and emotional development of children with autism. She highlights how play can and should be used, offering readers a wealth of guidelines and strategies for setting up play sessions at home and in the school. Developed through years of experience, this passionate and inspiring text is compiled using tried-and-tested methods and materials never seen before in previous publications. Ultimately, this book aims to provide readers with a sound theoretical background to interactive play and advising how to use play as a tool for learning. "Interactive Play for Children with Autism "will be a truly inspirational book for teachers, assistants, parents, and SENCO's working not only with children with autism and asperger syndrome but also those with a range of moderate or severe learning difficulties.
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(234mm x 156mm x mm)
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
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Author Biography - Diana Seach
Diana Seach is an educational and family consultant in Interactive Play and a Senior Lecturer in Early Years and Special Educational Needs at the University of Chichester, England.