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Stuff you need to know : a guide for young adults with autism / Patricia Weaver.

By: Weaver, Patricia
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Future Horizons, 2019Description: 136 pages ; 28 cmSubject(s): Transition to adulthood | Resources for people on the spectrum | Books by parents | Basic life skills | Independent living | Self-help | WorkbooksSummary: "Is your child with autism getting ready to live on their own? Stuff You Need to Know is a guide to help kids and young adults with autism learn the most basic skills to achieve independence. This workbook covers beginner-level tasks such as: Reading nutritional labels and making healthy choices Practicing good hygiene and getting ready independently Following a recipe to make lunch Realizing when something is an emergency (and having an action plan) Using technology and social media safely And more! This resource, written by a mom and proven to have helped hundreds of young adults even before publication, will help your child take their first steps to a safe, happy, and independent life."--
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"Is your child with autism getting ready to live on their own? Stuff You Need to Know is a guide to help kids and young adults with autism learn the most basic skills to achieve independence. This workbook covers beginner-level tasks such as:

Reading nutritional labels and making healthy choices
Practicing good hygiene and getting ready independently
Following a recipe to make lunch
Realizing when something is an emergency (and having an action plan)
Using technology and social media safely
And more!

This resource, written by a mom and proven to have helped hundreds of young adults even before publication, will help your child take their first steps to a safe, happy, and independent life."--