How to Teach Life Skills to Kids with Autism or Asperger's is a book written by an author with Asperger’s Syndrome herself, and forwarded by world renowned autism advocate Temple Grandin, Ph.D.
Jennifer Mcilwee Myers, self-described “Aspie at Large,” offers a very unique and personal perspective on teaching basic life and social skills to children with autism spectrum disorders so that their lives can be better and more fulfilling.
No matter where someone is on the spectrum, it is important to learn essential skills like chores, choosing clothes, being polite, personal hygiene, time management, manners, learning about kindness or how to deal with mistakes and failures. Learning these essential skills will expand your child’s or teen’s world and lead them to greater success.
Let Jennifer’s cheerful and humorous stories guide you with real world experience. This practical book is a great resource for both parents and teachers.