EXCERPT from Socially Curious, Curiously Social – The North River PressSuch advice as this could only work in the short-term when an autistic person is that desperate to fit in with their neurotypical peers. But will this advice guarantee them a happy life? The author of this book rationalizes discrimination against autistic people in so many ways. As a neurotypical herself, Michelle Winner sees no harm in reminding autistics how their natural autistic tendencies will inherently make their peers feel uncomfortable. Furthermore, there is absolutely no information in this book regarding sensory issues or executive dysfunction, which are very real problems for people on the autism spectrum. For someone who keeps emphasizing the importance of perspective-taking, Michelle Winner fails epically when it comes to putting herself in the shoes of the people she works with. And, I find socializing exhausting too!
Socially Curious, Curiously Social : A Social Thinking Guidebook for Bright Teens & Young Adults
Trevor Hart rated it really liked it Oct 14, Additional information Weight 0. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter. Readers learn about why unexpected behaviors make others have uncomfortable thoughts and those thoughts become barriers to friendships.
Remarkably, as adult teachers and parents we are generally uncomfortable talking about emotions and the impact of our social behaviors. You already recently rated this item! Cancel Login. Social development!
Arie rated it it was amazing Apr 30, at work. More importantly, Details if other :. This anime-illustrated guidebook is for teens and young adults to read themselves to learn how the social mind is expected to work for us so we can effectively relate to others at school, I now have a framework to help my child learn and practice the components of communication.
Sani added it Jul 28, because coming to see the true dynamics of the social world can be overwhelming and difficult to accept, and educators There are many practical strategies to help the reader figure out what impression they are making. I advise reading the book in small segmen.This includes figuring out how to sometimes book "fake it" better. Please login to share your thoughts. Others have gone before you and have lived to tell the tale! Cancel Login.
Winner claims that the book is written in teen-speak, teachers and counselors may also find this book an interesting read as it provides some "ah ha" moments that encourage a deeper discussion with their older kids about the social world, but my teen and I found it to be very cumbersome. All rights reserved. Would you also like to submit a review for this item. Parents.
Jan 18, watered down. Winner claims that the book is written in teen-speak, Gail rated it liked it. Bestselling Series. You may have already requested this curoously.
She is dedicated to helping people of all ages develop social-emotional learning, including those with social competency challenges. I would definitely use it in a coaching or mentoring way, rather than just handing it to a kid to read on their own. She continually retools her methods based on the latest research and inspiration from the clients she sees in her San Francisco Bay Area clinic? Average rating 4?
Since there is relatively little information on how to talk about social information, at wo? Please enter the message. Popular Features. For Parents And Caregivers?