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Elizabeth Sautter

Elizabeth Sautter

Author: Make Social Learning Stick! (aapcpublishing.net) & Whole Body Listening Larry; Director- Communication Works (cwtherapy.com); Mom of 2 fun boys!

Do Not Get Physical

At The Table Detail With Job Talk - page from Make Social Learning Stick! How to Guide and Nurture Social Competence Through Everyday Routines and Activities by Elizabeth A. Sautter, MA, CCC-SLP

At The Table Detail With Job Talk - page from Make Social Learning Stick! How to Guide and Nurture Social Competence Through Everyday Routines and Activities by Elizabeth A. Sautter, MA, CCC-SLP

I Had No Idea That Life on the Spectrum Is Like THIS! Totally Changed My Perspective | The Autism Site Blog

CBT worksheet... redefiningbodyimage: This looks like a really wonderful worksheet/exercise to perform for those struggling with breaking down anxious or depressive thoughts. Definitely saving this for my own personal use, especially those panic situations that seem ENDLESS.

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Cook! Create! Consume!: Fear Factor Halloween Party Games

Autism Classroom News: Trying to Pull Out of Perseveration Station: Strategies for Reducing Verbal Perseverations {freebie}

Cook! Create! Consume!: Fear Factor Halloween Party Games

The Art of IEP Diplomacy. A really really good and helpful article!

Activities to go with the book Today I Feel Silly literally just read this book today...wish I had seen this earlier!

Through a variety of methods, we have been able to greatly improve the social IQ of our son who has Asperger’s syndrome.  Emotion cards have been a key tool. When working with a child who is on the autism spectrum, the ability to teach the child to read and understand facial expressions and non-verbal cues …

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Sensory Processing Disorder Traits...sounds all too familiar

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unspoken communication(gender)