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Behavior Solutions for the Inclusive Classroom A Handy Reference Guide That Explains Behaviors Associated with Autism, Asperger's, ADHD, Sensory Processing Disorder, and Other Special Needs

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ISBN-10: 1935274082

ISBN-13: 9781935274087

Edition: 2010

Authors: Beth Aune, Beth Burt, Peter Gennaro

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List price: $19.95
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Future Horizons, Incorporated
Publication date: 4/30/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 120
Size: 5.00" wide x 7.75" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 0.440
Language: English

Beth Aune-Nelson, OTR/L (licensed occupational therapist), teaches at Loma Linda University and currently has a private practice as an occupational therapist. She has worked with school districts throughout California. She has developed and presented many workshops on the care and treatment of disabled students. Beth Burt is the former president of the Inland Empire Autism Society, and advocates for parents of disabled students in her vicinity. She has given numerous presentations to colleges, conferences, businesses, and parent groups in Southern California.nbsp; nbsp; Peter Gennaro is currently the Director for Special Education in the Alvord Unified School District. He has taught in…    

Beth Aune-Nelson, OTR/L (licensed occupational therapist), teaches at Loma Linda University and currently has a private practice as an occupational therapist. She has worked with school districts throughout California. She has developed and presented many workshops on the care and treatment of disabled students. Beth Burt is the former president of the Inland Empire Autism Society, and advocates for parents of disabled students in her vicinity. She has given numerous presentations to colleges, conferences, businesses, and parent groups in Southern California.nbsp; nbsp; Peter Gennaro is currently the Director for Special Education in the Alvord Unified School District. He has taught in…    

Beth Aune-Nelson, OTR/L (licensed occupational therapist), teaches at Loma Linda University and currently has a private practice as an occupational therapist. She has worked with school districts throughout California. She has developed and presented many workshops on the care and treatment of disabled students. Beth Burt is the former president of the Inland Empire Autism Society, and advocates for parents of disabled students in her vicinity. She has given numerous presentations to colleges, conferences, businesses, and parent groups in Southern California.nbsp; nbsp; Peter Gennaro is currently the Director for Special Education in the Alvord Unified School District. He has taught in…    

Introduction
Movement Issues
Arm- & Hand-flapping
Arm-swinging
Breaking Pencils and/or Crayons
Bumping Into Other Students/Touching Inappropriately
Chewing on Shirt or Other Inappropriate Items
Excessive Yawning
Fidgeting
Out-of-Seat Behaviors
Excessive Hugging, Leaning against People, or Pushing People
Taking Off Shoes
Avoidance and Retreat Behaviors
Avoiding Physical Contact or Messy Activities
Covering Ears
Hiding or Running Away When Upset
Putting Head Down or "Shutting Down"
Difficulty with Routine and Academics
Difficulty with Carpet Time
Difficulty with Lining Up
Difficulty Starting Assignments
Difficulty with Small Group Activities
Difficulty with Homework
Losing Materials and Missing Assignments
Messy Desk or Disorganized Binder
Poor Handwriting
Not Attending/Off Task or Not Following Directions
Not Following Playground Rules
Problems at Lunchtime
Not Asking for Help
Transitioning and the Insistence on Sameness
Social-Emotional Issues
Saying Rude or Inappropriate Things
Clothing Issues
Difficulty Accepting Criticism
Difficulty Making Decisions
Excessive Talking
Humming, Talking to Self, or Inappropriate Vocalizations/Odd Gestures
Interrupting
Laughing Excessively or Being Silly
Little or No Eye Contact
Smelling People or Objects
Talking Loudly
Temper Outbursts
Movement Breaks/Goal-Directed Tasks
Sensory Input Devices
Calming Techniques
Additional Resources
About the Authors
Index