A resource that provides an introduction to the theory and practice of writing social stories. It also includes examples of successful stories to use as guides, as well as information and photocopiable resources for delivering training on the use of social stories. It is based on detailed work carried out in homes, schools and pre-schools.
Bringing together a range of expert voices to tackle the essential topics relevant to the study of disability from a social perspective, this interdisciplinary introduction includes over 50 chapters relevant across health and social care.
* The previous editions of this book have been extremely successful, with nearly 80,000 copies sold to date. * Of the 6-7 million children receiving special education in the U.S. , the clear majority are considered Learning Disabled.
This revised 3rd edition examines the current issues of those using and delivering services and support. The book takes an optimistic stance, striving to renew and extend the enthusiasm of the previous editions in the face of an everchanging landscape of policy and provision.