How to Teach Your Child What Real Friendship Is With Autism Resource GuideeBook - 2014
Friends are hard to come by. True friendship is a combination of many things. Some friends will come and go while others will stay with us for a lifetime. Friendships and relationships are difficult to maintain for anyone, especially for a child with Autism. This book will help your child learn how to make real friendships and avoid friendships where they get taken advantage of. This book provides useful tips and strategies or teaching your child the difference between a real friend and a fake friend. This book will help you teach your child what a real friendship is not first before going into helping them learn what a real friendship is. It is important that children know what not to look for in friendship or that they know of the red flags to look for so that they can avoid being bullied or taken advantage of. Once your child learns what friends are not about then they are ready to begin learning what real friendship is. You will find some personal stories of my own life in this book. It is very hard to find real and true friends. It is my hope by sharing these experiences with you that you and your child will be better prepared and equipped with skills to help your child succeed in friendships. This book comes complete with discussion on topics like social skills, social context, social thinking, bullying, and much more. This is a great place to start if you are hoping to help your child make more friends. This version of How to Teach Your Child What Real Friendship Is comes with an Autism Resource Guide that will give you a more in depth look at social issues kids with Autism face. Topics covered will be social skills, social thinking, escape into imagination, social context, special interests, obsessions, creating a make-believe world, coping mechanisms, and more.--Provided by publisher.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Travis Breeding, 2014
Characteristics: 1 online resource data file