The New Social Story Book (TM)
Since the early 90s, Carol Gray's world-famous Social Stories have helped thousands of children with autism spectrum disorders. This 15th Anniversary Edition of her best-selling book offers over 180 ready-to-use stories that parents and educators have depended on for years, and new sections added are: How to most effectively use and apply the stories; How to improve the lives of younger children; and Social Stories for teens and adults with autism. Developed through years of experience, these strategically written stories explain social situations in ways children and adults with autism understand, while teaching social skills needed for them to be successful at home, school, work, and in the community.
- Paperback | 330 pages
- 152 x 229 x 17.78mm | 997.9g
- 28 Nov 2015
- Future Horizons Incorporated
- Arlington, United States
- Revised & Expanded 15th Anniversary Edition
"The New Social Story Book (TM) - Written by Carol Gray this book provides advice and examples of how to safely and meaningfully use and apply Social Stories (TM) to help some people with autism understand certain social situations. In terms of teaching children about emotions, this book is brilliant as it dedicates a whole chapter (chapter 6) to explaining what feelings are." - Special Educational Needs Resources Blog
About Carol Gray
Carol Gray is president of The Gray Center for Social Learning and Understanding in Zeeland, Michigan, USA a non-profit organization serving people with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and those working on their behalf. She is an internationally respected author and speaker with 30 years experience as a teacher and consultant working on behalf of children and adults with ASD. In 1991, Carol developed Social Stories (TM), a strategy used worldwide with children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). She has published several articles, chapters, and books addressing challenging issues ranging from how to teach social understanding and social skills; bullying; death and dying; loss and learning; and categorization and generalization. Carol is the recipient of several awards for her international contribution to the education and welfare of people with ASD.