100 Activities for Transition
What is transition? How do we make sure it happens? This manual comes from 4 years of experimenting with how best to help high school students transition to adulthood.
Activities to help Young People with Decisions & Choices$64.95, Spiral Bound (inc CD)
These activities give young people an understanding of stress & anxiety & teach coping strategies
Autism Spectrum Disorders in Adolescents and Adults$53.95, Softcover
Leading experts present effective practices for helping people with autism (ASD) to thrive in adulthood.
The Autism Transition Guide
This resource for professionals and families provides ideas and strategies to prepare a broad range of individuals on the autism spectrum for life beyond high school.
Build Your Own Life$29.95, Paperback
Essential reading for all those on the higher-functioning end of the autism spectrum, helping them to get the best out of a world that is often confusing and aiding those close to them to understand their perspective.
Building Essential Language Life Skills from A-Z (BELLS)$59.95, Spiral Bound
Here is a book that provides opportunities for realistic oral language practice in a variety of home and community situations. The book includes 312 activities for role-playing and/or discussion.
Caring for Myself$24.99, Paperback
This is an entertaining and educational social/life skills storybook that will help children with ASDs to understand the importance of taking care of their bodies.
Day-to-Day Life Skills Reading$59.95, Spiral Bound
Help students with language and learning disabilities develop reading skills necessary to function effectively in a variety of daily life situations.
Day-to-Day Life Skills Series (3 books)
Get all three books in the comprehensive Day-to-Day Life Skills Series. The activities build reading, writing, and speaking skills using topics that focus on daily living skills.
Day-to-Day Life Skills Speaking$59.95, Spiral Bound
Develop vocabulary and language skills relating to a variety of daily life activities.
Day-to-Day Life Skills Writing$59.95, Spiral Bound
The activities in this book help students develop the writing skills necessary to communicate basic information in a variety of situations.
Dear Diana... Diana's Guide to Independent Living
Helpful advice & support for living an independent & meaningful life from a young adult with special needs.
The Down Syndrome Transition Handbook
A veteran parent and expert on transitioning advises families on how to prepare their child with Down syndrome for independent adult life. Whether your child is in high school or an older adult still at home, this handbook outlines what to consider.
Functional Sequencing Activity Sheets
Put it in order! Functional Sequencing uses six-step sequences to teach students how to do over 40 daily living activities. Sequences range from basic to complex in eight categories.
Healthy Living Meals ColorCards
For people with language and/or sequencing difficulties to allow inclusion in shopping & preparation of healthy meals.
How do I...Discussion Pack?
These card games offers assistance in the form of discussion and reflection for friendship, dating, choice making and getting a job.
How do I...Make Choices?
These cards provide an ideal platform to help participants to make informed choices.
How to Succeed in College and University with Specific Learning Difficulties$19.99, Paperback
From advice on the best career to choose, how to live independently and working skills this is a comprehensive guide.
How to support Children Moving School$34.95, Softcover
This new addition to the best selling How to’ series is a practical guide to supporting children and young people making transitions at all stages of their school lives.
How to Teach Life Skills to Kids with Autism or Asperger's$36.50, Paperback
Co-author of the groundbreaking book Asperger's and Girls, Jennifer McIlwee Myers' personal experience with Asperger's Syndrome and having a brother with autism makes her perspective doubly insightful.
Implementing Ongoing Transition Plans for the IEP$97.70, Softcover (inc CD)
In this book, McPartland responds to the very real problems of post education integration for those with special needs by diagramming a new approach to the assessment and instruction of students in an ongoing life skill and transition program.
Incentives for Change$27.95, Paperback
This easy-to-follow guide explains a variety of motivational methods and systems for teaching a wide variety of social skills, such as interacting playfully with others and making eye contact, and life skills such as getting dressed and doing chores.
The Kitchen Classroom
Unique cookbook shows parents how to teach their children with disabilities cooking skills as they practice important motor, communication & sensory skills.
Language for Living$93.95, Spiral Bound (inc CD)
This unique collection of 180 enjoyable group activities aims to foster both the skills underlying communication, such as body language and awareness of others, and aspects of spoken language itself.
Life Skills Activities For Secondary Students with Special Needs, 2ed$46.95, Softcover
A unique collection of 190 illustrated activity sheets with related exercises, discussion questions, and evaluation suggestions to help students acquire the basic skills necessary to achieve independence and success in everyday living.
Life Skills Activities For Special Children, 2ed$46.95, Softcover
Over 180 step-by-step lessons with reproducibles to help special students develop and practice the basic "survival" skills they need for school and daily living situations.
The Potty Journey$37.95, Softcover
This no-nonsense, often humorous book shares strategies with remarkable results for parents of children with autism & related disorders.
Preparing for Life$49.95, Softcover
This easy-to-follow resource provides a complete toolbox of skills and the means to attain them so students may approach their futures with excitement rather than anxiety.
Preparing Simple Snacks ColorCards
For people with language and/or sequencing difficulties to allow inclusion in shopping & preparation of simple meals.
Promoting Self-Determination in Students with Developmental Disabilities$54.99, Softcover
Reviews the breadth of available methods for teaching components of self-determination and provides best-practice recommendations that teachers can put to immediate use in the classroom.
Presents research-proven instructional strategies that empower special needs students at all grade levels to make their own decisions.
Self-Help Skills for People with Autism
This book thoroughly describes a systematic approach that parents and educators can use to teach basic self-care (eating, dressing, toileting, personal hygiene) to children, ages 24 months to early teens, and even older individuals.
Steps To Independence$71.00, Softcover
A hands on resources that's already helped thousands of other parents, this book gives you proven strategies for teaching the life skills children from age 3 through young adulthood need to live as independently as possible.
Taking Care of Myself$44.95, Softcover
Covers all those issues that many parents have difficulty explaining to their children. It is a must-read for those who love and guide students with disabilities.
Teaching Time Management To Learners With Autism Spectrum Disorder
Presents ways to facilitate time-management skills for learners with autism spectrum disorder.
Toilet Training For Individuals With Autism & Related Disorders, 2ed$36.50, Softcover
An excellent guide through the special difficulties encountered when toilet training an individual with autism. This book offers over 200 toilet training tips, 50 case examples from which you can learn, and 40 "cautions."
Tom Needs to Go$17.99, Hardback
With simple & effective illustrations, this is a perfect starting point for teaching independence when using public toilets.
Transition Behavior Scale IEP and Intervention Manual$69.95, Softcover
Provides goals, objectives & interventions to prepare students for employment & independent living.
Transition Issues for young adolescents$37.95, Softcover
Provides strategies to help students through difficult times including transition to secondary school.
Vocabulary Builders for Adolescents with Special Needs$67.95, Spiral Bound
Use this book to teach vocabulary to adolescents with vocabulary deficits. The activities build vocabulary, verbal reasoning, and critical thinking skills relevant to the academic curriculum and the daily living needs of students.
Vocabulary Builders for Daily Living$58.95, Spiral Bound
Help students with language learning disabilities acquire the survival vocabulary that they need to function in a variety of situations.
Vocabulary of Community And Living (VOCAL)$75.00, Spiral Bound
Help students expand vocabulary knowledge, comprehension, and verbal association skills using the activities in this book.
Webber Photo Cards Function Pair-Ups
Helps students learn to identify and describe everyday objects and to practice linking objects with their primary function.