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Future Horizons Ten Things Your Student with Autism Wishes You Knew Book

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Future Horizons Special Needs "Ten Things Your Student With Autism Wishes You Knew" Book by Ellen Notbohm is prefect for all teachers, relatives and therapists of children with autism. Book asserts that autism enforces no upper limits on achievement. Book offers a unique perspective of a child's voice to help you understand the thinking patterns that guide their actions, shape an environment favorable to their learning style and communicate with them in meaningful ways.
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  • Offers the unique perspective of a child's voice
  • Helps in understanding the thinking patterns that guide your student's actions
  • Learn to mold an environment to complement their learning style and communicate with them in meaningful ways
  • A must read for any teacher, counselor, therapist or parent