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Autistic Spectrum Planning


killowengirl
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I would think it very much depends on their specific requirements and what works for one will not necessarily work for another. I've had one child who was terrified of anything yellow and another who was totally fascinated by all things Thomas the Tank Engine. I think you are going to need to study your child and find out what their triggers are

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Thank you but that is the problem Cait,if it was one or 2 children it would not be a problem. I work for the North East Autistic society and we have a range of children with different needs so the planning for some sessions needs to be broader as part of activities offered in an after school club. I do outreach work with the children and families and have been asked to do the planning for after school provision where I dont know the children enough to know what they enjoy. It is also about offering different experiences as well.

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Wow, what a challenging but, I suspect, rewarding job you have!

 

Well done you - I hope you have some success in your search - I will have a think for you

 

Sue

thank yu very much it is very challenging and extremely rewarding, every small step forward is a huge success I love it.

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It might be worth having a look around the NAS site, and also in their online shop and their Amazon area, for something that might be of use, as there are a lot of books available including one on setting up a playschemes, but I've no idea how useful that one would be!

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