Social Skills Deficits in Students with Disabilities
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Description: Social skills may impact a student with a disability more than the disability itself. Learn the social deficits and challenges associated with disabilities as well as strategies to support social skill development. A variety of professionals share their success strategies so readers (parents, teachers, counselors, psychologists, and others working in the disability field) can incorporate them into their professional toolbox and practice. Included are strategies from Special Educators, School Counselors, Licensed Professional Counselors, an Occupational Therapist, and a Psychologist. Current issues such as bullying are explored in addition to ways that professionals and universities should be involved in supporting social skills of students with disabilities. A special section on working with parents includes a handout with strategies parents can use while social skills are developing in their child.
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Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Incorporated
Publication date: 2/26/2013
Size: 5.75" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
|Professionals' Roles in Supporting Social Skills|
|What Are Current Issues Related to Social Skills Deficits and Students with Disabilities?|
|How Special Education Supports Social Skills|
|How School Counselors Support Students with Disabilities|
|Peer Process Social Skills Groups|
|The Use of Relatedness in Working with Students with Disabilities|
|Understanding How Sensory Input Affects Children and Helps Them Cope|
|The Role of Universities|
|Bullying: A Special Concern|
|Helping Parents Help Their Child Access the Community while Social Skills Are Still Developing|
|About the Contributors|