Introduction Part I: Your Workbook Introduction: Before You Embark 1. Developing a Sense of Time and Place Timetables2. Being Part of the Family Doing Chores (Feeding a pet; setting the table; emptying the trash, mailing a letter, grocery shopping)3. Self-care Getting Dressed Potty Training Eating Sleeping4. The Basics of Organization Daily Routines Visiting the Doctor Visiting the Dentist Getting a Haircut Buying clothes and shoes5. Siblings Sharing toys with siblingsPart II: Your Child's Workbook My House My Family A Visit to Grandma's A Visit to the Zoo A Visit to the Doctor A Visit to the DentistGlossary Bibliography
Excerpts in The MAAP, Jenison Autism Journal, and Mothering magazinePrint publicity campaign targeting national and regional autism journals and publications Online promotion with Motherhands.com and autism support group websites
Leslie Henriques has a master's degree in public health and has edited over 30 books. Philip Abrams has a master's degree in special education and is the father of an autistic child. They live in Berkeley, CA, and Pacific Palisades, CA, respectively. Dr. Lorna Wing, a former psychiatric consultant for the National Autistic Society in the U.K., lives in London.
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