Autism and Appropriate Touch



(2015) by Abigail Werner James; Illustrated by Kaiyee Tay

A Photocopiable Resource for Helping Children and Teens on the Autism Spectrum Understand the Complexities of Physical Interaction

Looking at different groups of people that the child is likely to encounter, such as close family members, friends, teachers, medical professionals and strangers, the lessons in this book teach children about different types of touch and in what settings, where on the body, and for how long touch is appropriate.

Using photocopiable worksheets and activities, this book aims to keep children and young people with ASD safe and help them to understand the complicated social rules surrounding physical interactions in family, educational, and community situations.


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