Schools

 

Students with Asperger Syndrome and autism can be successfully integrated into mainstream or self-contained classrooms in ways that benefit the student, classmates and teachers.  Here are some approaches that have proved helpful:

  • Share techniques with teachers that help students on the autism spectrum modify challenging behaviors.  Work closely with parents to understand what works best for individual students.  

  • Consider providing individual or group social skills training.

  • Work with parents who wish to disclose their child's diagnosis to a class.  If the child and parents don't wish to disclose, provide general awareness education to help classmates understand students with neurological differences. Classmates who know the reasons for different behaviors tend to be more supportive and less likely to tease or bully.

  • Begin transition planning early to realistically prepare students for life after graduation.

 

Recommended for Educators, Counselors, and Health Professionals

 

Manners for the Real World: Basic Social Skills - DVD (Ages 8 through adult)

 

Asperger Syndrome At Work - DVD (Ages 12 - adult)

 

Asperger Syndrome: Transition To College and Work - DVD (Students who plan to attend college or enter the workforce)

 

Intricate Minds: Understanding Classmates with Asperger Syndrome - DVD (Grades 7-12)

 

Intricate Minds II: Understanding Elementary School Classmates with Asperger Syndrome - DVD (Grades 2-6)

 

Intricate Minds III: Understanding Elementary School Classmates Who Think Differently - DVD (Grades 2-6)

 

Asperger Syndrome: Success in the Mainstream Classroom - DVD (Education Professionals and Parents)

 

Life in the Asperger Lane: Dan Coulter's Collected Asperger Articles - Book (Ages 12 through adult)

 

Recommended for Students

 

Manners for the Real World: Basic Social Skills - DVD (Ages 8 through adult)

 

Asperger Syndrome At Work - DVD (Age 12 - adult)

 

Asperger Syndrome: Transition To College and Work - DVD (Students who plan to attend college or enter the workforce)

 

Intricate Minds: Understanding Classmates with Asperger Syndrome - DVD (Grades 7-12)

 

Intricate Minds II: Understanding Elementary School Classmates with Asperger Syndrome - DVD (Grades 2-6)

 

Intricate Minds III: Understanding Elementary School Classmates Who Think Differently - DVD (Grades 2-6)

 

Managing Puberty, Social Challenges, And (Almost) Everything: A Video Guide for Girls - DVD (Girls nearing or going through puberty - ages 9 to 19.)

 

The Puberty Video for Boys with Asperger Syndrome (and Autism Spectrum Disorder - Level 1) DVD (Boys ages 10 to 17 who are nearing or going through puberty and who have Asperger Syndrome.)

 

Recommended for  School Classmates

 

Manners for the Real World: Basic Social Skills - DVD (Ages 8 through adult)

 

Intricate Minds: Understanding Classmates with Asperger Syndrome - DVD (Grades 7-12)

 

Intricate Minds II: Understanding Elementary School Classmates with Asperger Syndrome - DVD (Grades 2-6)

 

Intricate Minds III: Understanding Elementary School Classmates Who Think Differently - DVD (Grades 2-6)

 

Coulter Video Product Catalog Page

  • Facebook Basic Black
  • Twitter Basic Black
  • Google+ Basic Black
  • Instagram Basic Black

coultervideo.com

© 2018 Coulter Video