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We Said, They Said 50 Things Parents and Teachers of Students with Autism Want Each Other to Know

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ISBN-10: 1935274864

ISBN-13: 9781935274865

Edition: 2013

Authors: Cassie Zupke

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In her role as the founder and director of a non-profit education and support group for students with Asperger’s/high functioning autism, their parents and educators, Cassie Zupke has talked to a lot of people.  She’s been a mentor and a trainer, attended meetings, reassured parents and teachers, advocated for children, helped dry eyes and offered more advice than was probably wanted.  She’s initiated programs, thrown some of them out to build better ones, and helped other people launch their own.  Over the years, Cassie has worked with hundreds of families and educators.  This book is the compilation of what they’ve told her: their fears, their concerns and their passions – the things that…    
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Book details

List price: $9.95
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: Future Horizons, Incorporated
Publication date: 8/15/2013
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 288
Size: 5.00" wide x 8.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.572
Language: English

25 Things Parents of Children with Autism Want Teachers to Know
Listen to Me
I Didn't Cause My Child's Autism
Typical Parenting Skills Are Not Enough
I Have No One to Guide Mc
Social Rejection
Giving Me Advice
My Goals for My Child
My Child's Developmental Path
The Grieving Process
Hope and Delusions
Acceptance and Realism
My Options
Dealing with Transitions
Childhood Development
What Are We Doing?
Your Challenges
Can I Trust You?
I Need to Prove Myself
Social Interaction May Be Diffcult for Me
Why Sometimes I Don't Try
I'm Tired
I Am Afraid
Don't Give Up on Us
I Love My Child
25 Things Teachers of Children with Autism Want Parents to Know
I Care about Your Child
Autism May Be New to Me
Teaching Methods
Your Child's Privacy
The Other Students in My Class
Can I Trust You?
What Kind of Parent Are You?
Yelling Never Works
Legal Help
Services, Accommodations, and Modifications
I Don't Have A Magic Wand
Assessing Your Child's Progress
Why I Tell You Things You Don't Want to Hear
Realism and Acceptance
Teaching Independence
Special Education Is Changing
Living, Vocational, and Social Skills
The Future
If You Have Questions, Ask Me
What You Model at Home
Medicating Your Child
Get to Know Us
About the Author