FREE WEBINAR REPLAY – EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT TRANSITION
Everything you need to know about Transition
Including Back to School after Learning from Home & Preparing for 2022
Did you make it to my free webinar on Wednesday?? If you missed out, it’s not too late – you can still sign up to watch the replay (available until Wednesday 3rd November 2021)!
Don’t forget there are STILL prizes to be won by watching the replay!!!
Sign up now to watch it HERE and win FREE courses and resources!
Sign up includes these FREE timesavers and tipsheets:
👉 NEW Social Script – what to do when your teacher is away
👉 Handout with all slides
👉 Transition Ebook – including tips for separation anxiety, starting school and secondary school
👉 Key document to share with staff – Transition Programme
👉 10 Things to Know about Me
What this Webinar Covers:
✅ Transition Tips including – Back to School from Learning at Home, Preschool – Primary School, Primary to Secondary & more
✅ What to do if you can’t do on-site visits
✅ The KEY strategies for Teachers, Teacher Assistants, Families & More
✅ Sensory challenges to be aware of when returning to school from Learning at Home / Starting in a new classroom 2022
Resources Mentioned in the Webinar:
I’m Going to School
| by Anna Tullemans | A workbook for children who are beginning pre-school or school. This book helps them to create a visual guide for preparing for those first steps into a new environment. The children get to take photos and paste them into the book. They can also draw maps to help them find their way around a new school. Each year the book is updated to include the new calendar for that year. It can be used for new students or students who are moving into the next year of school so they can re-acquaint themselves with their new surroundings.
How to Stop Your Words Bumping into Someone Else’s
| by Anna Tullemans & Rhonda Dixon | This book has 18 great A4 clear pages with an excellent picture to explain so many of the common challenges students with an ASD face in social and school situations. They include: Getting Someone’s Attention, Starting a Conversation, Interrupting, Asking Someone to Play, What if a Person Says ‘No’?, Asking for Help, How loud or soft your voice should be, Waiting in Line, Waiting on the Mat and Waiting at your Desk.
Behavior Solutions for the Home and Community
| by Beth Aune | A tool for parents who have children whose behaviours are impeding their daily life. Once they see a particular behaviour, they can quickly look up an in the moment solution, and then read more about what could be causing that behaviour, and more importantly, how to overcome it. This helpful book is intended to provide general, practical solutions for busy (and often overwhelmed) parents who can benefit from a handy reference guide to help them address common behaviours at home and in the community. A must have for every home with a child with autism!
More behaviour solutions books here!
The Ultimate Guide to School and Home
| by Sue Larkey and Anna Tullemans | This book provides key strategies for all ages and stages. It offers over 500 practical strategies and timer savers for school and home from engaging disengaged students, what to do if you don’t have a teacher assistant to considerations for setting up a classroom for teachers; and from developing friends, to moving house and choosing a school for families. It is the ultimate guide for teachers, parents and all professionals supporting children with autism spectrum disorder, including Aspergers, ADD, ADHD, ODD and other developmental delays.
Content pages below.
The Essential Guide to Secondary School
| by Sue Larkey & Anna Tullemans | Revised and expanded in 2016. A practical guide to secondary school. Ideas for
all staff, from curriculum engagement, accommodations, group work, homework, using technology, behaviour support, organisational skills to building independence. Includes proformas to photocopy and save you time. This book has over 100 pages of proven ideas and strategies. MASSIVE TIME SAVER for busy Teachers & Parents