The Learning to Learn Program
To develop, learn, and have meaningful relationships with other people, young learners need a core set of foundation skills on which to build. One of the first concerns expressed by parents of autistic children is that their child is not talking. As a pediatric speech-language pathologist, I am typically more concerned about supporting acquisition of key foundation skills that must develop before a child can learn to talk.
The Learning to Learn Program includes assessments and examples of goals and outcomes, along with specific intervention strategies for facilitating development of the following five foundation skills:
— Nonverbal imitation
— Joint attention and social referencing
— Sensory processing and self-regulation
— Early language development
Five assessment protocols are included with the book. Additional protocols may be purchased separately.
Children with weak foundation skills are struggling learners who are often difficult to engage in traditional play-based therapies and early childhood activities. The Learning to Learn Program provides specific guidelines for supporting the acquisition of these critical foundation skills through meaningful, playful interactions between young children and their caregivers.
This relationship-based program is designed for early intervention providers working with families of autistic toddlers and those who are undiagnosed but have social learning differences. Providers serving the 3- to 5-year old population in the education or clinical setting may find this information beneficial as well.
PRICE INCLUDES SHIPPING
(DUE TO COVID-19, ALL INTERNATIONAL SHIPMENTS MAY BE DELAYED BY SEVERAL WEEKS)
NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR DUTIES AND TAXES THAT MAY BE APPLIED TO INTERNATIONAL SHIPMENTS