A Little Learning Book About... Talking In Class! A Social Story for All Students
eBook (PDF): $2.99
A Little Learning Book About... Talking In Class is a gentle but firm, logical reminder as to why it is important to talk at appropriate times. Written to be especially logical to students with... More > autism, the story explains the point in a way that makes good sense to all students. File includes a FREE sheet of reward bucks (in color), a FREE preview of another social story, entitled...Following Directions at School, as well as detailed information about the writer, Lorin Neikirk.< Less
The Learning Log: A reading log for teaching kids, including those on the Autism Spectrum - Mitigates processing/organizational issues related to ASD/Aspergers
eBook (PDF): $2.25
Kids don't like to fill them out, and parents don't like to hound their kids to fill them out. The well-known READING LOG! Teachers and parents alike know the value of the tool, but for kids on... More > the Autism Specturm of Disorders, such as Aspergers, HFA, PDD and autism, using a typical reading log is a challenge! Because autistic brains process information differently, it's difficult to understand why, by Aspergers expert Lorin Neikirk explains how, and mitigates some of the issues with her innovative Learning Log - A reading log for teaching. Download at the special price and included is a free preview of Jack's Fantastic World, a social story for pre-teens on the autism spectrum. Browse autism and Aspergers awareness apparel at www.CafePress.com/aPanopticLife< Less
Lorin Neikirk Promo Page
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Promotional brief on acclaimed writer, artist and autism consultant, Lorin Neikirk. Photo included.
Highly effective... Catch Me! Behavior Game - ADHD, Aspergers, Autism, PDD, ADD, and general ed kids all love to play!
eBook (PDF): $1.25
Catch those kids! They did something GREAT! Whether one or several are racing towards the finish line, this easy to use page keeps track of good behavior. The printable, paper gameboard is... More > behaviorally designed to encourage repeat behaviors, by intermittently rewarding the child. As the game is played, the frequency of the rewards decrease and the value of the rewards increase. Near the end of the game there is a lengthier span between higher rewards, with a small reward in between. This is a behavioral method to help the child motivate him or her self, by fostering a strong desire for the “BIG” (red) reward, while maintaining a sense of accomplishment. The Catch Me Behavior Game is very effective with all children, regardless of age, including those with developmental disabilities such as Autism, HFA, PDD and Aspergers. Designed and created by Lorin Neikirk, successful writer, illustrator and autism speaker and consultant.< Less
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