The New Social Story Book : 10th Anniversary Edition
Carol Gray developed the Social Story in 1991 to promote social understanding in children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Now, nearly twenty years after their inception, Social Stories have become a standard approach for teachers and parents all over the globe, and the stories are more effective than ever. This 10th Anniversary Edition of The New Social Story Book offers over 150 of the most requested Social Stories, each one professionally written by Carol Gray. But it doesn't end there - Carol also teaches you how to write Social Stories yourself. Years of experience and trial-and-error have led to updated Story guidelines. Carol explains her fine-tuned process in the included ten-step learning module The Social Story' 10.1 Tutorials - perfect for parents and teachers. To jump-start your story-writing journey, this book comes with a CD containing each Social Story in ready-to-print PDFs and easy-to-edit Word files! With the CD, you can customize story content and insert images relevant to your child or student's individual experiences.
- Paperback | 254 pages
- 203.2 x 251.46 x 25.4mm | 725.74g
- 15 Feb 2010
- Future Horizons Incorporated
- Arlington, United States
- Revised & Expanded 10th Anniversary ed
- col. ill
"Genuine, commonsense advice that all parents and educators can quickly and easily use!" - Temple Grandin, autism expert, and author of The Way I See It: A Personal Look at Autism and Asperger's
About Carol Gray
Carol Gray, President, The Gray Center for Social Learning and Understanding / Consultant to Children and Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders and other Social Communication Challenges Carol Gray is a consultant, speaker, and author serving people with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and those who work on their behalf. She is best known for developing Social Stories' and her groundbreaking work on bullying, loss and learning, and the habits of effective educators. Carol is the recipient of several awards for her international contributions to the education and welfare of children with ASD.