By Lynn Plimley
This source addresses matters relating to identity, evaluate, instructing and studying, social abilities and behaviour, replacement intervention, home-based courses, and transition from preschool to kindergarten.
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CASE STUDY Joe attends a r esour ce base for young childr en with ASD within a primar y school. He is a Y ear 2 pupil. The school had ar ranged an outing for other Y ear 2 pupils in the school to visit to the zoo. Joe’s mother was upset to discover that her son would not be going on the trip with his peer gr oup. The school infor med her that they had carried out a risk assessment for Joe to go on the trip and that he would need one-to-one super vision. Joe’s mother said she would happily provide the super vision.
How to help • • • • • Siblings groups organised by a local autism society or other agency Being kept informed and involved in decisions about their sibling with ASD ‘Special time’ with parents away from the child with ASD Time and opportunity to have fun and live their own life, without guilt Acceptance that it is OK to express dissatisfaction with the sibling with ASD. REFLECTIVE OASIS FOR P ARENTS How do you make sur e that you give valued time and attention to your sons or daughters away fr om their sibling with ASD?
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