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Explains the 9 ways girls with ASD differ from boys and recommends resources to help.
Ideas on how to set and achieve goals for children with an ASD.
Learn how to teach a child to ask for Help (Learn to ask for assistance from other People).
Explains Theory of Mind, Identifies the Signs and Strategies.
Identifies Strategies to Encourage Student Participation.
Time Savers to Promote Changing Mindsets.
Strategies to Teach Making Friends.
Ideas to Create Lunchtime Clubs/Inclusive Playgrounds.
Tips to Make Transition from School to Work Successful.
Brilliant Behaviour Solutions Ideas to Common Classroom Behaviours.
Sue Larkey is unashamedly passionate about her mission – to inspire parents and educators and teach them how to Make it a Success.
Sue Larkey is uniquely positioned within the education system having taught both as a primary school teacher and a special education teacher. She is a highly qualified educator who has taught students with autism spectrum disorder in the mainstream and special schools. She combines practical experience with extensive research having completed a Masters in Special Education and currently undertaking a Doctorate in Education.
Author of 16 Books on ASD
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– busy teachers in today’s complex classroom to create an environment where both the child with ASD and the neurotypical students thrive.
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