Scott's book, Raindrops on Roman, has been an inspiration to thousands of parents and teachers who deal with children within the rainbow of markers associated with autism... and created a demand for a how to manual to reach and teach children with these special needs. (This book) co-authored with Lynne Gillis is a complete and practical guide enabling special students to make amazing developmental progress. The book is an extraordinary tool parents and educators can use to connect with children within the autism spectrum. It provides keys to unlock the learning potential of the child you yearn to help.~ Tom Wilson, Ph.D. SuperintendentThe book is structured into categories covering domains of development, such as motor skills, sensory skills, and critical thinking. The activities presented are very practical, and they underpin the brain hemispheric integration necessary for adaptive functioning. Parents of children with autism will find this book a useful guide for helping their children maximize their potential.~ Mark Steinberg, Ph.D., Clinical Neuropsychologist, Author of ADD: The 20-Hour Solution
|Publisher:||Robert Reed Publishers|
|Edition description:||First Edition|
|Product dimensions:||7.80(w) x 9.90(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Scott has a Master's in Elementary Education, taught second and third grades for seven years, and helped her son Roman recover from 45 symptoms of autism. (See Raindrops on Roman.) In a call for this manual, Gillis who has a BS in Occupational Therapy and worked 30 years specializing in pediatric OT, joined her.