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Autism spectrum disorders and visual impairment : meeting students' learning needs / Marilyn H. Gense and D. Jay Gense.

By: Gense, Marilyn H
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York, NY : AFB Press, c2005Description: xii, 339 p. : ill. ; 26 cmISBN: 0891288805 (pbk. : alk. paper); 0891288023 (ascii disk)Subject(s): Childhood | Resources for parents | Resources for educators | Resources for practitioners and service providers | Visual impairment | Co-occurring conditions and other disabilitiesSummary: "When a child with an autism spectrum disorder is also visually impaired, the effects on learning and behavior and complex and varied. Two exceptional educators condense their years of personal and professional experience into a one-of-a-kind handbook of effective ways to work with such students, including suggetions and approaches for assessment, instruction, and program planning; forms and tools for capturing vital information; information on assessment instruments, instructional materials, and web sites rich in important advice. Professionals and educators, as well as parents, will find critical guiding principles and valuable strategies."
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Book Book AIDE Canada Main Library
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Book Book Sinneave Family Foundation
14:06.a GENS.c 2005 (Browse shelf) 2 Available 100945

"When a child with an autism spectrum disorder is also visually impaired, the effects on learning and behavior and complex and varied. Two exceptional educators condense their years of personal and professional experience into a one-of-a-kind handbook of effective ways to work with such students, including suggetions and approaches for assessment, instruction, and program planning; forms and tools for capturing vital information; information on assessment instruments, instructional materials, and web sites rich in important advice. Professionals and educators, as well as parents, will find critical guiding principles and valuable strategies."