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For Parents: Books
, Social/Emotional Development: Peer Relations
, Social/Emotional Development: Social Values/Behavior
, Twice Exceptional: Asperger's/Autism Spectrum
||Helping the Child Who Doesn't Fit In
||Norwicki, S. & Duke, M.
||Written by Stephen Norwicki, Jr. Ph.D. and Marshall P. Duke, Ph.D., this book aims to help children who are "square pegs" in social circles. The authors, both of whom are clinical psychologists, offer parents strategies for helping their child improve his/her social relationships through improved non-verbal communication skills. Chapter titles include: Use of space and touch, gestures and postures, facial expressions, and the like.
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