Students with Autism

This comprehensive book examines the complicated and often controversial issues relating to instructional programming for students with autism, with particular sensitivity to the wide range and varying effects of the cognitive, behavioral, social, and academic abilities of these students. A comprehensive overview of program development and service delivery models is presented.

This book is a great reference for anyone interested in Autism. It provides a theoretical background, including characteristics, etiology, and controversy concerning autism. Assessment issues are also discussed. Interventions for educational programming with regards to behavioral concerns, communication, social skills, and academics are given. Actual cases of people with autism are also included, which allows for additional understanding. It is very thorough. Excellent reference book, not recommended for light reading on the subject.

Although pricey, this book is ideal for parents, students, medical professionals, and educators alike. If you would like to purchase this book online at, click on the following link.

Alternatively, if you only require this book for a short period of time (or would like to ‘test-drive’ the book prior to purchase), you may loan it from Little Red Bus at this following link.

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